These Baked Potato Wedges are golden crisp on the outside, tender and flaky on the inside. A healthier alternative to French fries and so easy to make at home!
Baked Potato Wedges
Baked Potato Wedges are our family’s favorite version of French fries. We serve them with everything from burgers to steaks to fried chicken. They’re a bit healthier than regular fries, because they’re baked to crispy perfection rather than fried in oil. And they taste so much better than bags of frozen French fries that you get at the store. They’re simple to make and add such an elegant steakhouse feel to any meal!
Suggestions for Easy Potato Wedges
This is a great recipe for using up extra potatoes before they go bad. I love baked potatoes, and I always have potatoes left over in that 5 or 10 pound bag that need to be used. It takes just a few minutes to slice them up and then I have a side dish that everyone will love.
No need to peel these potatoes! Keep the skins on and they’ll bake up nice and crispy. Very flavorful too!
- Serve these crispy potato wedges with ketchup, Ranch dressing, or our delicious and easy fry sauce.
- I like using Johnny’s Seasoning Salt on my potatoes, but you can get as creative and use whatever you like best.Seasoning salts, Cajun seasoning, garlic salt, onion salt, and pepper seasoning are all delicious.
- Before I realized how easy these were to make, I would buy the frozen fries in a bag. These are so much better and cheaper! A bag of frozen potatoes can cost $3.00 to $4.00, when a 5 pound bag of fresh potatoes cost half that, and it makes this recipe twice.
More Tasty Ways to Use Potatoes
- Grilled Ranch Potatoes in Foil
- Loaded Potato Wedges
- Twice Baked Potatoes
- Parmesan Baked Potato Halves
- Loaded Mashed Potatoes
- Pesto Potatoes
- Parmesan Garlic Grilled Potatoes
How to Make Baked Potato Wedges
- Scrub potatoes well, slice into wedges and place in a large plastic bag. Add a little olive oil and toss to coat then transfer to a foil-lined baking sheet sprayed with non-stick cooking spray with the skin side down. Sprinkle potatoes generously with seasoning salt and parmesan cheese. Bake at 450-degrees for 30-35 minutes (or until cooked through and golden brown). Do not stir while cooking. Serve with ketchup, fry sauce, or ranch dressing.