Baked Potato Wedges

May 28, 2017 Bachelor Friendly RecipesKids BayPotato RecipesSnacks / Starters  17 comments

Is there anyone who says no to Potato Wedges?? I don’t think so… Potato Wedges is an universal favourite. Its easy to make and baking instead of frying is a guilt-free method to indulge in this delicious snack. It’s a great alternative to french fries.
As u know homemade is the best, enjoy making these crispy & delicious Potato Wedges as a snack/side dish and treat your kids..

I had posted this recipe long long ago. Now updated with new pics and video as well..

Here is the video…

 

Now to the recipe…

 

Baked Potato Wedges My Magic Pan

[Preparation Time-5 mins : Cooking Time- 30-40 mins]

Baked Potato Wedges Ingredients:

  • Potatoes – 2 to 3 (large)
  • Olive Oil – 4 tbsp
  • Cornflour – 2 tbsp
  • Garlic pods – 4 or Garlic powder – 1/2 tsp
  • Pepper powder – 1 tsp
  • Salt – as needed
  • Dried Mixed herbs – 1 tsp

 

Baked Potato Wedges My Magic Pan

Method:

  • Wash and scrub the potatoes without any black spots. Do not peel it. Cut them into wedges. Heat a pan with water and add the chopped potatoes and cook until they are half cooked (approx 5 – 7 mins). Once cooked drain the excess water and keep it aside and let it cool.

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  • In a wide bowl take olive oil, freshly crushed pepper powder, dried herbs, finely chopped garlic & required salt. Add the half-cooked potato wedges and toss so that it combines well. Now add cornflour and mix.

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  • Mix well gently, so that the potatoes get well coated with the cornflour. Don’t bother if it looks messy, because it will be 🙂  Meanwhile pre-heat oven to 200 deg Celsius. Line a baking tray with foil or parchment paper. Lay the pieces on the tray without over lapping. Bake it for 30 – 35 mins or until the potato wedges are crispy & golden brown.

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Slurp!!! Crunchy & delicious Baked Potato Wedges are ready.

Serve hot with ketchup or mayonnaise.

 

Baked Potato Wedges My Magic Pan

 

Tips:

  1. U can add chilly powder instead of pepper powder or both.
  2. U can add garlic powder instead of finely chopped garlic, or skip it as per your taste buds.
  3. U can use regular oil instead of olive oil too.
  4. Make sure to only half-cook the potatoes, they will not be crispy if over cooked.

 

Baked Potato Wedges My Magic Pan

17 comments to Baked Potato Wedges

  • Rani  says:

    super..going to try this today

  • veenashankar  says:

    looks so tasty love the spices also.. will try this weekend

  • nandoo  says:

    this looks tasty. Would definitely try this..

  • Uma  says:

    I have to try this Sundari. It luks very yummy.

  • Sony's kitchen  says:

    Tempting potato wedges….. looks yumm!

  • Rani Vijoo  says:

    wow…superb potato wedges..looks great!

  • jaspinder kaur  says:

    Yummy snacks recipe. easy to make nd tastes delicious.. too gud….

  • Priya  says:

    Crunchy munchy guilt free snacks, love to munch some rite now.

  • saranya Sethurathinam  says:

    Looks Yummy WIll give a try 🙂

  • Hema  says:

    Potato wedges look so tempting and yummy, you have done it perfectly..

  • sona  says:

    Potato wedges look delicious ans tempting..

  • gj  says:

    Tried it!!really good..

  • Moumita Malla  says:

    Woow so nice recipe..can you please help me by saying that which rack of oven did use for baking the wedges

    • Sundari Nathan  says:

      Thank u Moumita! 🙂 I used the top rack..

  • Hema  says:

    They look so tempting, crispy on the outside and soft in the inside..

  • Kanak Hagjer  says:

    You certainly can’t say ‘no’. Perfection!

  • Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen  says:

    Oh yum! Absolutely loving these potato wedges, and loving that the fact they are baked! 🙂

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