Garlic and Herb Potato Wedges

After a late breakfast, we wern't feeling all to hungry around lunch, only slightly peckish. So I made these garlic and herb potato wedges as a quick snack.

I can't provide a properly formatted recipe, because I just eyed everything, so I'll describe my process below, but firstly, pre-heat your oven to 375°F.

I used about six large russet potatoes, and sliced each one into eight wedges. After that, transfer the wedges into a large bowl and coat them with olive oil. Toss around to makes sure they all have an even coating.

After that I transferred the wedges to a large baking sheet, and spread them out evenly. I then proceeded to season them.

For these wedges, I used freshly ground sea salt as well as freshly ground black pepper, a generous dusting of both garlic powder and onion powder, followed by oregano, basil, parsley, and lastly I added a hefty sprinkling of parmesan cheese.

Once the wedges were all seasoned, I dumped them back into the large bow to give them a thorough tossing.

Dump the wedges back onto the baking sheet and spread evenly. Place in oven and bake for approximately 30 minutes, or until golden.

Give these a try, and drop me a comment letting me know what you thought!