Baked Potato Wedges

  

  

Having a toddler at home means making more potatoes. It is one thing that they eat without much of a fuss. So I am always trying out different recipes with potatoes to keep the variety and health aspects intact. But once in a way, a little indulgence is allowed, right?
  

I found this amazing recipe here and these wedges turned out so awesome! I wanted to make some kind of dip to go with it but the husband and kiddo just grabbed it from the oven and I had to sacrifice the dip in order to fight for my share of the fries.

It’s a simple and less guilt version of fries since they are baked and not fried. 

So here goes –

WHAT WE NEED

Russet potatoes                         3, medium to large

Olive oil                                        3 tbsp

Salt                                                 2 tsp

Onion / garlic powder               2 tsp

Mixed dried herbs                      3 tsp

Parmesan cheese, grated         1/3 cup

Fresh herbs, optional                3 tsp

WHAT TO DO

  • Preheat the oven to 190C
  • Grease a baking tray lightly
  • Mix salt, seasoning and onion powder together and set aside
  • Wash and cut the potatoes into wedges
  • Place them in a large bowl, add olive oil and toss them well so that the oil coats all the wedges
  • Sprinkle the cheese and toss well to coat
  • Sprinkle the seasoning mixture and fresh herbs and toss to coat
  • Place the wedges in a single layer on the baking tray with the skin side down
  • Bake for 30-35 minutes till the wedges are golden brown in colour
  • Enjoy!

  

This is my entry for tea time snacks for the Blogging Marathon.

 
Check out the Blogging Marathon page for other marathoners doing this BM.
  

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