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Thread: Crispy Potato Wedges (Fix them in the Oven)

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    Thank you for the link. It's sounds yummy.

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    I love potatoes and this sounds yummy. Thanks for the link.

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    Can't wait to try these. Thanks for the link. They have a lot of great recipes.

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    Thank you!

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    Living in the heart of potato country, having worked for the potato farmers and living on them... we are always trying new things with our spuds. We even make our own chips. These are so yummy, and my entire family loves them. You can also not use seasonings at all on these. Just spray your pan with a little pam and cook. Leave the skins on, or peel them... either way... yummmy.

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    Thank you Crafty Bear!! Itís been way too long since Iíve made home made potato wedges. Will definitely try these soon!

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    yum! thanks!

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    I make something very similar using a spicy seasoning. I find that I don't need much oil at all, just enough to barely coat the wedges. They're a great healthy alternative to greasy french fries!

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    We do these on the grill

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    We do these on the grill

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    These sound really good. Plan to try them really soon!!!!

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    I made these the other day and hadn't made them in a while. I cut them in 8 wedges but next time I think I'll go for less potato and do 12 wedges. I also love to make my own french fries and potato chips. I gave a small sprinkling of Old Bay seafood seasoning on the wedges and um, um, goood!! :D :D ;-)

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    yummy, yummy

    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    I made these the other day and hadn't made them in a while. I cut them in 8 wedges but next time I think I'll go for less potato and do 12 wedges. I also love to make my own french fries and potato chips. I gave a small sprinkling of Old Bay seafood seasoning on the wedges and um, um, goood!! :D :D ;-)

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    Thank you, craftybear for the recipe! Allrecipes is my favorite site when no other recipe will do! You can always find what you need there! :D ;) ;)

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    Thanks so much!

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