Potato Wedges with Dunn's River All Purpose Seasoning

Dunn's River all purpose seasoning is a mixture of salt, coriander, paprika, onion, chillies, celery, garlic and pimento - Marvellous stuff I say!
You can use it for so many things, with that in mind I wondered if it would taste nice as a seasoning for potato wedges.  The wedges turned out rather very nice indeedy!


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To make 2 good sized bowls you will need:
5 medium sized potatoes - skin on and washed and dried
a couple of glugs of olive oil
a tablespoon of Dunn's River seasoning
freshly snipped chives - say a tablespoon
a pinch of sea salt and some freshly ground black pepper

How to do it:
Get your self a nice big shallow baking tray (must be non stick) and put it to heat up in your oven while it Preheats to 220c/425f/Gas7

Mix together the oil, Dunn's River seasoning, a pinch of salt (as there's already a little salt in the seasoning) and pepper.
Cut the potatoes into wedges and throw them in the bowl, give them a good mix around with your hand so they coat nicely with the oily mixture.

When your oven and tray is nice and hot tip the potatoes on and evenly spread them out.  Put them in to cook on the middle shelf for about 20 minutes before turning.  Put them back in for say another 10 to 15 minutes or until they are nice and tender inside (insert a sharp knife) and crispy on the outside.
Scatter over the chives and serve with whatever else you fancy or simply on their own.


 

5 comments

  1. Look really great, beautiful color and crispy. I cooked the same way in my restaurant for breakfast or some lunch....;)

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  2. I agree that this sounds like a great seasoning!

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  3. Fab looking spuds, Jan...these will get you invited to the Prince William and Kate wedding!

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  4. WOW! Jan they look so tempting!!

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  5. Perfect looking wedges!

    Have seen but never tried that seasoning mix, might just have to pick some up now!

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