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Oopah! Greek Potato Wedges

Oopah!  Greek Potato Wedges created by CoffeeB

We love these with Greek Chicken or whatever else, for that matter!

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  • Preheat oven to 375.
  • Melt butter and lemon juice in microwave bowl and drizzle small amount to cover bottom of baking dish. Reserve butter mixture.
  • Peel and quarter baking potatoes.
  • In plastic bag, combine flour, oregano, salt and black pepper.
  • One at a time, place potato wedges in remaining melted butter. Save remainder for possible use later.
  • Place 1 or 2 wedges at a time in flour bag and shake to coat.
  • Place potato wedges in baking pan and sprinkle lightly with lemon pepper.
  • Bake for 45 minutes and check for doneness. If potatoes are not as brown as you'd like, drizzle with a small amount of leftover lemon butter.
  • Bake until tender and brown.
  • Enjoy!
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  1. CoffeeB
    Oopah!  Greek Potato Wedges Created by CoffeeB
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  2. CoffeeB
    These were just o.k. for us. The problem being that the flour breading was a bit much. I ended up having to broil for 5 minutes to brown them and make more crispy. Other than that I followed your recipe exactly. Added a t. of Greek seasoning to the flour mixture also. It was a nice side to the porkloin I made for sunday's dinner. Glad I tagged, thanks for sharing Mare~ Made for Feb. Cupids Bev. Tag 08.
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  3. twissis
    I halved this recipe, added garlic only which I see as a must & got 4 servings as shown in the pic. The potatoes I used were smaller than normal baking size & I just halved them. They did not appear to be browning well, so I used more of the reserved butter + the fan setting of my convection oven. Voila! We both loved the buttery-rich, lemon flavor! I felt the coating tasted more of flour than desired, but DH did not agree. It surprised me that they were even better the 2nd dy when rewarmed & crisped again in the oven. Thx for sharing this sure-to-be repeated recipe w/us. Yum!
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  4. twissis
    Oopah!  Greek Potato Wedges Created by twissis
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  5. Mareesme
    We love these with Greek Chicken or whatever else, for that matter!
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