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If you like the taste of hot wings, you will enjoy these. I made exactly as written (using Frank's hot sauce); however, I wanted my potato wedges to be somewhat crispy, so I upped the temp to 425 and baked for the last 15 minutes. The crispy results I wanted were achieved. I could not eat as many of these as I could hot wings; but I was craving hot wings and didn't have any wings to make my own so I tried these. I'm not sure that I will make this often because my kids and my husband do not like spicy foods; but it was a nice change of pace. Thanks.

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5hungrykids February 08, 2010

I made these tonight and everyone loved them. This is unusual because out of the 5 of us usually not everyone agrees. I made them just like the recipe stated but the only difference was cooking them longer so they got a little crispy. Thanks this was a great recipe.

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JFitz June 01, 2009

These are wonderful! We used Frank's Red Hot for the hot pepper sauce and dipped them in ranch dressing. I plan on making them for our super bowl party!

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mrl21 October 26, 2008

These were good! I used Frank's hot sauce since (in my opinion) it lends the flavor of "buffalo" to any recipe...will make again.

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Jan Doty October 26, 2008

Very easy and tasty dish. It did take my potatoes alot longer to bake than 30 minutes, but that could be the size wedges I cut them into. The overwhelming flavor was the buffalo sauce (I used tabasco as my hot pepper sauce), so I'm afraid that the sprinkling off the s & p and garlic powder was a waste for me. I would definately make these again.

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Chef Edlear October 26, 2008
Buffalo Potato Wedges