Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Deep Fried Potato Wedges

(Edited: I added a little bit more milk than the directions on the box said to. I wanted my batter a tad more thinner.)
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My mother found this flour years ago and got me started on it also. I had not made any of these potatoes in forever and thought I would make some again for supper last night. I fixed fried chicken, potato wedges, cole slaw, baked beans and rolls. It was all good except as you know, I do not like baked beans so I left those for my husband.



The flour is more expensive then buying a 5 lb. bag of say White Lily. The flour cost $1.32 at Wal Mart for 10 oz. You can just follow the directions on the box and either bake or deep fry. Although, I did not follow the directions completely. I added the amount of milk I wanted to to get the consistency that I wanted. It's all about me you know! lol

Enjoy!

4 comments:

  1. I AM GOING TO TRY THIS I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO TRY THAT KIND OF FLOUR THANKS THIS SOUNDS WONDERFUL!! GINA

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  2. The potatoes look great!

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  3. Your potato wedges look great!
    I found your site by going a google search on fried potato wedges. I usually bake mine in the oven & call 'em oven fries. But we'd sure like to have some battered, deep fried potato wedges. I just have regular flour & I'm going to make a batter for them.
    Did you pre-boil your potatoes before deep frying?

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  4. Do I didn't. They did not take as long as I thought they would to deep fry. Hope you like them and thanks for visiting my blog!

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