I made these with chicken the other night. My kids actually ate them and liked them. We all enjoyed them alot. Thanks for recipe Dana!!!
i just love potatoes and these are fabulous..... i make something similar but these are easier to cut and much more finger friendly!!yum,yum,yum.....
Great kid pleaser! These were easy, ecomonical, and got "thumbs up" from my family. They came out creamy soft on the inside, crisp and seasoned on the outside. Thank you for sharing your version of this old favorite.
Wow! This was great! Couldn't find my brush, so I put everything except the potatoes in a large plastic baggie and the placed the potato wedges in the baggie to coat them. Then into the baking dish. My family loves them! Thank you, Dana!
These were very, very good! I put all of my potatoe wedges with the coating ingredients-minus the oil- in a bowl and stirred to coat the potatoes. Then I sprayed the baking pan with spray oil, tipped in the potatoes, sprayed again and baked. They were great and lower in fat without all the oil. Yummy!
Very, very good! Tasty and easy to make. Thanks Dana for posting this one, it's a keeper.
Incredible! These are so easy and tasty! I added some season salt and a wee bit of rosemary to the mix! Super! The family justed "MMM"ed in unison as they ate these! Another Dana dish that will be served often in our home! Thanks Dana!
seasonings were good, but overall the potatoes weren't raveable to me. They were easy yes, but I like crispiness & I didn't get any crunch at all with these.
On second try, I cut them thinner and was more happy with the result
I have similar versions of this recipe in two 'homegrown' charity cookbooks. The version I like calls for setting the potatoes wedges on paper toweling for half an hour to remove the moisture. Then place them in a plastic bag and toss with a splash of oil; just enough to coat. I don't like them dripping and you can always add more if needed. Then sprinkle the spices, pre-mixed with parmesan, into the bag and shake to coat. The spices and the parmesan can be adjusted or changed to suit your tastes or to complement your meal. Place skin down on a baking sheet and bake 45 minutes at 375 degrees.
WOW! Tickle my tastebuds :) Love this recipe. Hubby is not a huge potato lover but this even wowed him :) Definitely a keeper. The only thing that I did differently was add a small touch of cayenne pepper, added Mrs.Dash Garlic & Herb Seasoning, Onion Powder, and also Thyme. I sprinkled the Parm on top of potatoes after I coated them. I didn't bother brushing them. I just tossed in a bowl with my hands and coated each one very well. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I really enjoyed my dinner with this as the side :)