Find recipe ideas for baked crispy potato wedges and sweet potato wedges and discover the healthier alternative to fried chips!
Spicy chips, no effort needed. Sweet potatoes are tossed with spices and baked till crisp. Nice alternative to regular chips.
A recipe from my student days. Instead of buying wedges, why not make them yourself? Loads of different seasonings can be used and spuds are as cheap as chips . . . literally!
These savoury, crispy potato wedges are nice for a hearty Sunday breakfast, or they can also be served as a side dish to a whole range of meat dishes. Pan frying ensures they're nice and crisp without all the fat and hassle of deep frying.
Sweet potatoes are good for you and these are delicious with burgers, salad or on their own.
A delicious way of preparing humble potatoes. They are cut into wedges, tossed with herbed oil and roasted to perfection. Enjoy with whatever you fancy.
Crispy potato wedges served with a tomato salsa for dipping. You can try using sweet potatoes for a change!
Potatoes are par-cooked, then coated in olive oil, before being baked until crisp and sprinkled with herbs. These potato wedges are full of flavour and totally moreish. Serve as a side dish or as a snack.
If you want to really pack a punch then serve up a dish full of spicy nachos wedges. These chunky wedges are loaded with the tastes of mexico including smoky paprika, hot chilli, cumin and as many jalapeños as you dare!
A really tasty and delicious recipe perfect to be accompanied with chicken! My mum used to make this recipe for movie and football nights! Enjoy
Potato wedges are kicked up a notch in flavour with the addition of tandoori paste and chilli powder. The creamy raita dip tempers the heat!