|Alternative names||Twist(ed) potatoes, tornado fries|
|Place of origin||Korea|
|Main ingredients||Potatoes, cooking oil|
Tornado potatoes (Korean: 회오리 감자; hoeori gamja), also called twist potatoes or tornado fries, are a popular street food in South Korea, originally developed by Jeong Eun Suk of Agricultural Hoeori Inc. It is a deep fried spiral-cut whole potato on a skewer, brushed with various seasonings such as onion, cheese, or honey. Some varieties have spliced sausages in between.
Tornado potatoes with sausages in the middle, sold in Seoul
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