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Potato Wedges

  • Veg
    • 55 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy



    Potato wedges are made using large, unpeeled potatoes which are fried or baked. Potato wedges are very popular in the US as well as some parts of Europe and Asia.

    However, you shouldn’t confuse this recipe with that of French fries or steak-cut chips. When potato wedges are done right, they are truly amazing because of the combination of spices used in making it.

    Potato wedges are healthier when baked in the oven. The dish is a true delight for both kids and adults.It is usually served as a light meal or snack.

    Health Benefits

    1. Nutritious potatoes are filled with vital organic compounds.Potatoes will supply your body with water and ions as a result of the potassium present in it. Potato skin is also a great source of this mineral. Also, they are a good source of iron, phosphorus, and calcium.
    2. This dish will give you vitamin C as potatoes are a great source of this nutrient. They also contain a good amount of Vitamin A and B.
    3. Also, many people believe that eating dishes made with potatoes will make them fat but this is not true. They may look big, butabout 80% of the weight of potatoes is filled with water.
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    How to make Potato Wedges

    1. Preheat oven to 400OF.
    2. Scrub the potatoes. Slice them in half vertically, then slice each half in thirds vertically to make 6 long wedges.
    3. In a large sheet pan, toss the potatoes well with theolive oil, rosemary, garlic, pepper, and salt. Spread potatoes in a single layer with one cut-side down.
    4. Bake for about 35 minutes, flipping them to the other cut-side after 20 minutes. Bake until the potatoes turn light-brown, tender on the inside and crisp on the outside.
    5. Your delicious Potato Wedges dish is finally ready. Sprinkle with salt, according to taste. Serve.


    1. Potato wedges are called Jojos in some parts of the US. It is also known as ‘mojos’ in areas such as Western Canada, Yukon (Canada) and the Western US.
    2. Fried potato wedges or ‘Jojo’ is said to originate from Ohio.
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