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Couldn't be easier and packed with flavor. I went a bit too heavy on the cinnamon thinking 1/8 tsp just wasn't enough...but it probably was. And left out the cayenne as I don't like heat. Made with small red potatoes.
these are great - an easy way to spice up potatoes. I also tried with frozen fries and it worked well too. I do like to omit the cinnamon though.
Lots of flavor here! And easy to make. I cut the recipe down to one large potato, which was plenty for two of us, served with a chicken burger. Only thing I will change next time is to cut the amount of cayenne.
Yummy! I left the skin on the potatoes, and broiled them for a couple minutes. I also left out the cayenne. I think that they were a tad over spiced, but that's just my opinion. I'll make them again for sure though :) Thanks!
Grab a beer, dear! We absolutely loved these, and will forward the recipe to children. Yegads, I even selected an empty spice jar to store more of this seasoning. These were spicy hot after I doused the potato wedges uniformly. I, too, noticed that the few remaining wedges did not require the same time, so watch them if you aren't cooking a full batch. We find that a 12" pizza pan's worth produces just enough fries for two of us (less than 2 full-size russet baking potatoes). I left the skins on after washing, cuz that's how we roll. Made for Zaar Stars Tag.
I am a self confessed cumin addict, so it was no surprise to me that these fries tasted great.
I just love that smell and the wonderful flavour that it brings.
DH and I happily demolished a pile of them, and I am in no doubt that they will be made again and again.
Made and reviewed as a THANK YOU for tagging in PRMR during the recent TIC-TAC-TOE event.
I cut this down to one potato, and decreased all the other ingredients accordingly. I did decrease the cumin a bit, but just a tiny, tiny bit. I'm not sure if it was because I cut the potato down to one, the cook time was a little long. I noticed and reduced the cook time, so they turned out perfectly. Thanks for sharing!
We enjoyed these. I love oven fries, you get so much bang for your buck. I used just a sprinkle of salt. Served 3-4 for us.
Fabulous! This spice mixture really wakes up bland potatoes. Very very tasty. I used 4 smaller russet potatoes and they were cut into 8-10 wedges each. I also tossed in the juice of half a lemon which intensifies the spices. I only used 1/8 tsp of cayenne as I'm sensitive to heat. Mine were done at 20 minutes. I enjoyed these by themselves and dipped in sour cream although that kinda ruins the Ww thing. Made for kittencalskitchen.com tag.
We have made this many times now. We have even tried it with sweet potatoes. This is a go-to recipe for company or just us.