Baked Potato Wedges Free PD Recipe

2013-04-11
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These are one of my favorite snack foods. I bake a few trays at dinner time and enjoy the leftovers packed in my lunch along with a salad and a dipping sauce or mustard. These are a perfect commuter food to tide anyone over. These wedges have assisted many people to drive right past their favorite fast food stop or waltz confidently past the fresh popcorn stand at the train station. They make a perfect replacement for energy bars pre- or post-workout. Tuck a few in your gym bag, in your purse or pocket and you will be prepared. These wedges, loaded with vitamin C, potassium and fiber, will satisfy you during detox and give your body clean fuel to sustain a long day at work or play.

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Comments (10)

  1. posted by Diane Richardson on December 22, 2014

    I put the spices in a baggy, dropped in the potato slices and shook them up, then dumped them out on the parchment paper. I used 4 potatoes and that was to much for one cookie sheet so I took my “holey” pizza pan and put the rest on it. They both came out great, but the ones on the parchment paper seemed crunchier, both pans did darken up though. This is such an easy recipe, will be doing it again!

  2. posted by Amy Montoya on April 6, 2014

    These are easy, delicious, and hearty!

  3. posted by Julie Marie on March 16, 2014

    Hi Marlene, Creating a User name allows access to 123 free recipes. We do not send out recipes in the form of emails to users of Protective Diet. They are all here and available for you to view or print at your leisure. There is also a payed portion of the site called PD-Ed and that includes live classes and exclusive weekly recipes.

  4. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

    These are a staple for me. I like cutting them really thin and adding the spices. I eat them plain, I like them so much. They remind me of the taste of Penn Station fries!

  5. posted by Jennifer on December 1, 2013

    These are great! I heat up the leftovers in the toaster oven and dip them in PD Creamy Ranch dressing for breakfast. They make an awesome & filling breakfast.

  6. posted by Julie Marie on November 12, 2013

    What is Jeff’s method or recipe? So curious about the differences? I’m glad you liked them so much and I enjoy them dipped in Creamy Ranch as well!

    • posted by Amy on February 6, 2014

      He suggests pre-baking the potato and starting with a cold, cooked potato as the base. Then, add spices and broil until golden brown.

  7. posted by Brittany on November 11, 2013

    Admittedly, I’ve been using Jeff Novick’s method for fries for several months now, but I just made a big batch of fries using this method. I love it! They are SO easy and come out perfectly!

    They’re amazing dipped in Creamy Ranch dressing or spicy brown mustard….mmm 🙂

  8. posted by PlantstronginTEXAS on August 14, 2013

    One word….delicious ! Who needs oil and all that extra fat? The parchment paper made the potatoes nice and crispy! I will make these over and over again!! 🙂

  9. posted by Denise on July 16, 2013

    I made these with white potatoes and garlic, oregano, basil, and sea salt. I dipped them in your Creamy Ranch Dressing and also in your Ketchup. SO good! Can’t wait to try them using sweet potatoes!

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