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Turned out great using pànko for the crumbs.
These were really good and after cooking bout 15 minutes longer than recipes calls for became crispy and delious....added parmasean and salt when pulled from overn
Great potato wedge recipe. I have never made them with the breadcrumbs before. We really liked the extra crunch. And it was a great way to incorporate my fresh herbs into our meal. Thank you for the recipe, we really loved them and plan on making them alot.
These were really good. I did up the oven temp to 450 after about 20 minutes because they just weren't browning the way I would like. The spice mix was good and I look forward to changing it up depending on my mood in the future since this recipe is so versatile. Thanks!!
I used sweet potatoes and swapped out the spice mix here for one more suited to them: cinnamon, cayenne, chili powder, and salt. The breadcrumbs really made this recipe. Thanks so much for sharing!
I was sure I had previously submitted a review for these potastoes! They are so good -- and can accompany just about any main dish. The variations that can be used are endless. Very nice recipe to have in my collection.
Very nice basic flavour. I will definitely be making this again but next time will spice it up a bit more. My husband and kids really enjoyed these.
I took the concept of this recipe and ran with it. I did not have most of the seasonings on hand, but wanted to spice up my oven baked potato wedges. I used salt, pepper, garlic powder, and Penzey's Bangkok seasoning. It was great! I will definitely be experimenting with this recipe again. Thanks!
Very easy to make. Great crunch from the breadcrumbs. I only used 2 potatoes, so I decreased the cooking time to 30 minutes. With the breadcrumbs, I threw in the chives, garlic & onion powder, black pepper & parmesan cheese. Right after I pulled them from the oven I sprinkled them with salt.
I used Italian bread crumbs and added parmesan cheese to the crumb mixture.