Simple Baked Garlic Parmesan Potato Wedges - Plus Fantastic Flavor

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If you love potato recipes but worry about all those extra calories that come from deep frying, you are sure to love this simple baked garlic parmesan potato wedge recipe. This easy potato recipe has all the flavor of deep fried potatoes in a healthier version that is sure to become your new go to when you are craving some fries. This potato recipe for baked garlic parmesan potato wedges will blow you away with its simplicity and all the fantastic flavor. This potato recipe makes a great side dish recipe or appetizer food idea for parties. You can dip these fries in blue cheese dressing with some freshly chopped parsley. This potato recipe will save you the late night trip to your favorite take-out restaurant, in a potato recipe that doesn't take all that long to make, and is better than take out fries. These garlic and parmesan seasoned potato wedges are oven roasted to golden tender perfection. For this potato recipe, you will need russet potatoes, olive oil, salt, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, and shredded parmesan cheese. Optional additions to this potato recipe include fresh parsley (or cilantro), some ranch or blue cheese dressing for dipping. Sprinkle with some freshly chopped parsley and dressing for the perfect dipping idea. You will find the full step by step recipe on the Creme de la Crumb recipe site.

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You will find this potato recipe on the Creme de la Crumb site. On the site, you will find potato recipes, side dish food ideas, main dish recipes, dessert recipes, 30-minute recipes, appetizer recipes, soup recipes and more. **

Nutrition Facts of the Baked Garlic Parmesan Potato Wedges from Creme de la Crumb
Ingredients: Russet potatoes, olive oil, salt, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, parmesan cheese, fresh parsley (or cilantro), ranch or blue cheese dressing for dipping.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings* Per serving: Calories 388, Calories from Fat 172, Total Fat 19.1g 29%, Saturated Fat 5.3g 26%, Cholesterol 16mg 5%, Sodium 2552mg 106%, Potassium 1144mg 33%, Carbohydrates 45.3g 15%, Dietary Fiber 6.8g 27%, Sugars 3.5g, Protein 12.1g, Vitamin A 4% , Vitamin C 92%, Calcium 23%, Iron 8%

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