Easy Roasted Potato Crisps

Total Time
1hr 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 hr

NO FAT, NO SALT, just like potato chips with terrific flavor.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 4 large potatoes
  • McCormick's salt-free all-purpose seasoning, Grill-Mates Steak Seasoning blend
  • non-fat cooking spray, butter flavor

Directions

  1. Use a roasting pan with a drip rack. Spray the pan, line it with tin foil, insert rack, spray the rack and interior tinfoil.
  2. Wash potatoes, then slice thinly lengthwise. Place potatoes (skin side down for end pieces) flat on drip rack, spray lightly with butter flavored fat-free cooking spray, then sprinkle generously with McCormick Grill Mates Salt-Free Steak Seasoning. Roast in 400 degree oven for 1 hour until wedges are tender and crispy. (Note: If McCormick's Salt-Free Steak Seasoning is too spicy for you, substitute Mrs. Dash Grilling Blend Steak Seasoning)
  3. Serve with grilled turkey-burgers (using McCormick's Salt Free Steak Seasoning) on wheat buns, and no salt added ketchup on the side if desired.
  4. You can also wrap these in tinfoil and cook on your grill if desired.
Most Helpful

Had an easy time making these wonderfully tasty potatoes! And, since I was curious, & a little concerned about the spicy McCormick's Salt-Free Steak Seasoning, I made half of them with that & the other half with Mrs. Dash Grilling Blend Steak Seasoning, kind of like doing my own taste test. Well, although I liked Mrs Dash's seasoning, my other half preferred McCormick's, so there you go ~ Everyone satisfied! Thanks for sharing a wonderful recipe! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Cookbook Tag]

Sydney Mike June 26, 2011

I had potatoes to use and found this recipe. So glad I did. Husband and son loved this recipe. Thanks for posting.

Ycooks2 April 24, 2008

I made an awful mess of this recipe. I carefully sliced the potatoes very thin and followed the directions for spraying and seasoning. After 30 minutes the potatoes were burned to a crisp and I was left with a difficult to clean roasting pan and rack. I wish I had known how thin to slice the potatoes. No stars for me!

Maryin Ala. April 15, 2008