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2 May, 2018

Baked Potato Wedges

Posted in : appetizer, cheap, dinner, easy, food, lunch, potato, potatoes, snack on by : Jeanette Rueb Tags: , , , , , ,

I like french fries, but I don’t like how heavy they feel in my stomach after I eat them. If you’re also a fan of potatoes as a side dish, you’ll be pleased to know that they can be just as delicious without all the grease and calories that come from deep frying! These wedges are quick to prepare, satisfying to eat, and — my favorite — they can be adapted to any flavor profile you want! Play around with the spices and find your favorite combo!

Another fun twist you can take, instead of dipping them in ketchup (if you’re a dipper), try taking 2 1/2 tbsp of mayo, 1 tbsp of ketchup, and a dash of Frank’s Red Hot and mixing them together for a homemade fry sauce. I know it sounds weird, but trust me, it’s delicious (and that’s coming from someone who’s not a huge fan of mayo). Fry sauce is a big thing out here, and I never realized what I was missing out on until I tried it at my fiancé’s encouragement. Try something new and see how you like it!

Ingredients
4 large Red potatoes
1/4 cup Olive oil
1 tbsp Red wine vinegar
1 tsp Salt
1 tsp Dill
1/2 tsp Ground pepper
1/2 tsp Garlic powder
1 tsp Parsley

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F and line a pair of baking pans with aluminum foil.
Clean the potatoes and slice them into wedges. Pat them dry and place them in a large bowl. Drizzle olive oil and red wine vinegar over the potatoes and toss them until the potatoes are coated. Add the spices and toss again until the potatoes are evenly covered. Let the potatoes sit for a few minutes so the flavors have a chance to mingle. Spread over the lined baking pans so that none of the wedges are overlapping. Bake for 25 minutes on the middle rack. Serve with turkey burgers or any other fresh-off-the-grill dinner or lunch and enjoy!

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