Oven Potato Wedges

Oven Potato Wedges

"Nicely seasoned Oven Potato Wedges bake in the oven while you're preparing a main course."
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Directions

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  1. In a large bowl, combine all ingredients; stir to coat. Place in a single layer in an ungreased shallow baking pan.
  2. Bake, uncovered, at 425 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until the potatoes are tender and lightly browned.

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  • (C) 2002 Reiman Media Group, Inc.

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Mine also did not look like the picture; however, they were very good. I added a little fresh thyme and other Italian herbs and a sprinkle of Parmasan to the mix and I put it all in a zip bag i...

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These are okay as the recipe states, but for our family, I add seasoned bread crumbs, russett potatos and let them back about 1 hour. They come out crunchy outside and tender inside.

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Mine also did not look like the picture; however, they were very good. I added a little fresh thyme and other Italian herbs and a sprinkle of Parmasan to the mix and I put it all in a zip bag i...

I've made this twice now—once with regular baking potatoes, once with red potatoes—and it's turned out well both times. (No, it looks nothing like the photo.) I'd suggest some tweaks, though: us...

I thought that these potato wedges were easy and delicious. Mine, however, looked absolutely nothing like the picture. Also, I think that they could have cooked for a little longer: I bit int...

Very good recipe! I used Russet potatoes instead of red potatoes, cooked them for the same amount of time, but for half the time I kicked up the temperature to 450 degrees and flipped them half...

These are okay as the recipe states, but for our family, I add seasoned bread crumbs, russett potatos and let them back about 1 hour. They come out crunchy outside and tender inside.

These potato wedges are so good. I did make a few changes. I didn't have garlic powder, but I did have garlic salt. I used the garlic salt in place of the garlic powder and salt. I also didn't h...

This recipe was good, however I didn't feel that it was "amazing." Next time, I will chop the onions and garlic a lot smaller, because otherwise the chunks fall off while baking and turning in ...

I made these three days ago and the family is already asking for more. I added a bit more garlic salt. We love garlic in this house.

We liked this dish but I am puzzled as to why the instructions said not to grease the baking pan. Each time I made it that way, the onions stuck to the pan and so did some of the potatoes so th...

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