Oven Baked Potato Wedges

5.09

Enjoy the yummy goodness of Oven Baked Potato Wedges without all the fat you find in the fried ones. These taste exceptionally good without the guilt!

Oven Baked Potato Wedges

I love to make these Oven Baked Potato Wedges when we have young people visit, it is very satisfying served with my  Potato Cheese sauce and my Ultimate Vegan Oatmeal Burger or just plain old ketchup.

To cut potatoes in wedges:

  1. Cut potato into half lengthwise.
  2. Cut one-half into half lengthwise, then each half into halves.
  3. Repeat with the other half of potato.

Go on and leave the skin on so you can receive the added nutritional benefits of vitamin B6, Vitamin C, iron, calcium, zinc, copper, and fiber.

Nutritional yeast flakes are deactivated yeast, a yellow powder or flakes similar in appearance to cornmeal. Found in the bulk sections of many health food stores and is popular with vegan/vegetarians to use in recipes for a creamy, nutty or cheesy taste. It is also popular as a source of protein and B vitamins especially Vitamin B12. I especially like it to make vegan cheese sauces, gravies, soups and on popcorn.

Oven Baked Potato Wedges

Ingredients

For: 6 people

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Scrub and wash potatoes, cut potatoes (including skin) into wedges by cutting each one in half lengthwise, then cutting each half into four wedges, having a total of 8 wedges per potatoes.
  2. Place wedges in a large bowl. Add olive oil, garlic, and seasonings, toss to coat. Arrange potato wedges on greased baking sheet (I used parchment paper to line sheet). Bake for 45 minutes, turning halfway or until golden brown. Garnish with parsley and serve with ketchup.

Recipe notes

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  1. Rach's Recipes
    5.09

    These potato wedges were really good and filling. I generously sprinkled some black pepper and dipped in homemade aioli, so good! Thank you for this recipe.

  2. I didn’t realise there was so many nutrients in the skin! Why does anyone ever take them off? I will be making these with the onion added I think

    5.09

    These potato wedges look DELISH! I could see myself pairing them with a nice steak or braised chicken. YUM!

    5.09

    I make some very similar. I use fresh diced garlic, diced onion, and parsley flakes. I also use half butter and half olive oil.

  3. Ana De- Jesus

    I would love nothing more than to stuff a bunch of potato wedges right now and enjoy its delicious flavor.

  4. Dawn gibson-thigpen
    5.09

    i love potato wedges. my granny used to make them all the time along with the best pork chops ever.

    5.09

    These potato wedges look so yummy and healthy! Great recipe and a good alternative to the fried ones!

  5. YUM! These sound like something we would eat everyday in our household, haha. We will have to try this recipe!

  6. KRYSTLE COOK

    These look so good. I always bake my potato wedges or squares. I don’t have the time to bring out the frier.

  7. Michelle Gwynn Jones

    Potatoes are so versatile – simply change the seasoning mix and they are the perfect side dish to any cuisine.

  8. Elizabeth O.

    Whenever I make homemade potato wedges or fries, I never take the skin off. I love that it has a lot of benefits and it adds to the texture of the fries as well. Thanks for the awesome recipe!

    5.09

    So yummy!, I believe in my hometown we call them “Rustic Potatoes” they are sooo good, i’ll be sure to give your recipe a try! ;)

  9. Ana Fernandez

    This looks so delicious! I just made baked potato wedges this weekend and after this post and want again haha

  10. Ooh! I like the look of these, my kids are fans of potato wedges to so know they’ll be happy to try them out :)

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