Subject: ISO: Potatoe wedges
From: Constanze Tuchel <c.tuchel[at]t-online.de>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 22:35:00 +0200
I am looking for a recipe for potatoe wedges! Please help! I just love
Thanks in advance!
From: Sandy Dykes <SDykes[at]wam.umd.edu>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 22:59:31 GMT
Constanze Tuchel wrote:
> I am looking for a recipe for potatoe wedges!
You wouldn't happen to be a former Vice President by any chance, would
Subject: Re: Potatoe wedges
From: Jack Schidt <jack.schidt[at]attdotnet>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 20:54:34 GMT
Well, ya know, you cut a potato into, you know, wedges and
then you, you know, sprinkle spice on them, and then, you
know, ya put em in the oven and bake em.
you could also fry them.
From: Mrs.B <Mrs.B[at]cookerybook.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 22:45:55 +0100
Jack Schidt wrote:
> Well, ya know, you cut a potato into, you know, wedges and
> then you, you know, sprinkle spice on them, and then, you
> know, ya put em in the oven and bake em.
> you could also fry them.
Cajun seasoning is good with potato wedges. Just do as Jack says...........
From: Rhonda Anderson <rhonda.anderson[at]aqis.gov.au>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 18:25:44 +1000
Mmmm, what Jack says. Then you eat them with sour cream and sweet chilli
sauce for dipping. Yum! Don't know where this combination originated, but a
lot of coffee shops etc. have wedges with sour cream and sweet chilli sauce
on the menu. I love the combination.
Subject: Re: Potato wedges
From: pieJean <piejean[at]gte.net>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 08:32:19 GMT
Constanze Tuchel wrote
> I am looking for a recipe for potatoe wedges! Please help! I just love
Can you describe what you have in mind? This could be
anything from plain, "oven-fried" taters on.
Here's a recipe you might like:
Cut washed, unpeeled, (raw) taters into wedges. Place in a
large bowl. Coat with a mixture of olive oil and chipolte
hot sauce (Bufalo brand, for example), cracked pepper, salt,
and a clove or two chopped garlic. Let sit a while.
Pour some canned parmesan cheese (yes canned, not the real
stuff) onto a paper plate. Dredge the moist cut sides in
the wanna-be cheese. Place peel side down on a baking
Bake until done and crisp. The temp range and time can be
determined by whatever else you have baking at the same
Hope this is what you had in mind.
From: Bill <willy[at]cae.ca>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 09:35:48 -0400
Pretty much how we do them on the barbecue but a little fancier I think ill
try it this way for variety