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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.
Five stars for these potatoes.What a perfect combination of spices. I served these with salmon patties and they were a big hit. Will be making them often. Thanks 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!
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!
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!
Dana you could not have posted a better recipe for this ole bird. These are so easy to make and down right delicious. I'll be makin these a lot now. Even as a munchy to watch tv with. Thanks for the recipe. Chuck
easy to make, and they tasted great! i left out the paprika because i didn't have any, and added a little balsamic vinegar. they were tasty and crispy!
These are great - they are easy and delicious. I love that there is fairly minimal prep (for potatoes), and then I can just stick them in the oven and forget about them. I make them at least once a week, without the parmesan because it's not something I always have, and I find we don't miss it. I get better results when I use less oil (like 1/8+ cup vs 1/4 cup)... too much and they seem a little soggy. Maybe that wouldn't be the case if they were cooked at a higher temperature. Anyway, these are really tasty and have a permanent place in my recipe book. Thank you! =)