10 Flavorful Potato Wedge Recipes

10 Flavorful Potato Wedge Recipes ~ Tipsaholic.com

10 Flavorful Potato Wedge Recipes

Whether you eat them as a side dish or load them up and make them a meal, potato wedges are a great way to do potatoes. Try one of these ten incredible potato wedge recipes for your next barbecue, superbowl party, or midnight snack!

 

 

1. Basic Oven-Roasted Wedges

Banish boring potato sides and give your next party a punch by making one of these flavorful potato wedge recipes. 10 Flavorful Potato Wedge Recipes ~ Tipsaholic.com #sides #potato #fries
Use this recipe for a delicious, basic wedge you can pair with just about any barbeque entrée or salad. Roasting them in the oven makes it easy to make a large batch and feed a crowd.

 

 

2. Buffalo Wedges

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The buffalo taste you love on your wings can be just as great on a side of wedges. A little buffalo sauce is all you need. Serve these up with ranch or blue cheese dressing and you’re in for a treat!

 

 

3. Rosemary Garlic Roasted Wedges

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The savory flavors of garlic and rosemary are the perfect combination for a potato and these wedges are no exception. Pop them in the oven for around 30 minutes and chow down.

 

 

4. Salt and Vinegar Grilled Wedges

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Not only are these wedges flavored with salt and vinegar the way the British like to eat fries, they also get a taste boost by being grilled! A quick boil in a vinegar solution and a short time on the grill will have this mouthwatering side ready to serve.

 

 

5. Tex-Mex Wedges

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If you like your fries loaded, this Tex-Mex potato wedge recipe will be right up your alley. Top your dish with all your favorite Mexican flavors, melted cheese, and dip them in sour cream. Yum!

 

 

6. Spicy Ranch Wedges

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It’s hard to get enough of that classic ranch taste and this simple recipe capitalizes on just that. Toss your four ingredients into a bag, shake it up, and you’re ready to roast.

 

 

7. Copycat KFC Wedges

Banish boring potato sides and give your next party a punch by making one of these flavorful potato wedge recipes. 10 Flavorful Potato Wedge Recipes ~ Tipsaholic.com #sides #potato #fries

The Colonel must be doing something right, because battered, fried potato wedges have been a long-running success for KFC. If you haven’t tried them yet, there’s no better time than now!

 

 

8. Garlic Parmesan Wedges

Banish boring potato sides and give your next party a punch by making one of these flavorful potato wedge recipes. 10 Flavorful Potato Wedge Recipes ~ Tipsaholic.com #sides #potato #fries

Who doesn’t love a little cheese? These wedges take a basic recipe with Italian flavors to the next level with a sprinkling of Parmesan. Take note—this one is also great dipped in blue cheese dressing.

 

 

9. Chicken Fried Wedges

Banish boring potato sides and give your next party a punch by making one of these flavorful potato wedge recipes. 10 Flavorful Potato Wedge Recipes ~ Tipsaholic.com #sides #potato #fries

These wedges are similar to the KFC copycat wedges in that they are battered and fried, but they’ve got a flavor all their own. For added punch, try the spicy dipping sauce Mandy’s Recipe Box shares.

 

 

10. Cheesy Bacon Wedges

Banish boring potato sides and give your next party a punch by making one of these flavorful potato wedge recipes. 10 Flavorful Potato Wedge Recipes ~ Tipsaholic.com #sides #potato #fries

You just can’t go wrong with cheese and bacon. Load your fries with both and you know you’ve got it right, and don’t forget to try a few dips into the ranch sauce mentioned at Oh So Delicioso.

 

 

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Kayla Lilly is a photographer, writer, wife, and mama making a house a home in eastern Idaho. She met her mister while working at an amusement park and married him a year later after deciding there was no way to live without him. The amusement has continued as they’ve added three kids and a passel of pets to their lives while finishing college and starting a photography business. Drawing inspiration from the whirlwinds of marriage, parenthood, and the media, Kayla blogs at Utterly Inexperienced, and spends the rest of her time chasing chickens, organizing junk drawers, diapering toddlers, and photographing everyone willing to step in front of her lens.

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Hot Dog Hacks for Parties

Make hot dogs for your next gathering with less hassle and more flavor using these fantastic hot dog hacks! Hot Dog Hacks for Parties ~ Tipsaholic.com #hotdog #recipe #summerfamilyactivities

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A hot dog roasted over a fire or on the grill is a summer staple. But sometimes feeding a crowd needs to be quicker, easier, and tastier! Use these hot dog hacks and simple recipes to make hot dogs that will be the highlight of the table at your next backyard barbecue or neighborhood party.

 

Cook them in the oven

Put your oven to good use and cook many hot dogs at once. 400 degrees and 15 minutes ought to do the trick, and you can slice them and add cheese at the end for more flavor.

 

Slice and fill

Add flavor to plain hot dogs by slicing them lengthwise (not all the way through!) and filling the center with cheese and other goodies (like onions and peppers) before cooking. You can also wrap them in bacon!

 

Forego the bun

Get rid of some of the hassle of a hot dog meal by leaving out the bun! Grill your hot dogs, brushing them with barbecue sauce as you go. When they’re finished, pop them on sticks so guests can dip them in something delicious like this queso sauce.

 

Add flavor before grilling

If you do decide to go the traditional route and grill your dogs, you can take even the simplest variety and turn it into a gourmet bite with a few easy tricks. Start by slicing your hot dogs and marinate them before grilling. You can slice them in a crosshatch pattern or just make small cuts into the skin – either way, you’ll have the best grilled dogs in the neighborhood!

 

Cook them in a crockpot

A yard or house full of hungry guests is no match for a hot dog hack like this! Use your crockpot to cook all of your hot dogs at once, plus keep them warm while the party gets started. All you need is a slow cooker and enough dogs to feed an army.

 

Put a tasty twist on party hot dogs

If you’re looking for a tasty twist on the party dog, try these oven-baked chili dogs. You can make several at once and cook them up in the oven together, and guests are bound to love them!

 

Dip’em and fry’em

Try something new with hotdogs at home by turning them into party-friendly corndogs. Simply cut a regular sized hot dog in half, place it on a skewer, then dip it in batter and fry it. You may want to provide guests with convenient grab-and-go cups of ketchup and mustard.

 

A different take on the hot dog bun

Much of the holdup in a hotdog line can be caused by prepping the bun, so why not put the dog and bun together before the line gets backed up? Use refrigerated crescent roll dough to wrap your hot dogs and cook them in the oven, adding cheese and other hot dog toppings inside them if you like! Provide guests with a variety of condiments and watch the “crescent dogs” disappear from your party table.

 

 

Kayla Lilly is a photographer, writer, wife, and mama making a house a home in eastern Idaho. She met her mister while working at an amusement park and married him a year later after deciding there was no way to live without him. The amusement has continued as they’ve added four kids and a passel of pets to their lives while finishing college and starting a photography business. Drawing inspiration from the whirlwinds of marriage, parenthood, and the media, Kayla blogs at Utterly Inexperienced, and spends the rest of her time chasing chickens, organizing junk drawers, diapering toddlers, and photographing everyone willing to step in front of her lens.

 

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