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Rosemary Baked Potato Wedges

What a triple threat - perfect for lunch, dinner or a snack!

40 mins
3 ingredients
$0.68 / person
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Rosemary Baked Potato Wedges



Serves = 4

6 medium-large sized potatoes, no need to peel them

1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

1 tbsp fresh rosemary (or 2 tspn if dried), more if desired

It’s this easy

  1. Heat the oven to 220° C (200° C if fan-forced).
  2. Give the potatoes a good scrub, rinse with water and dry with paper towel or clean tea towel.
  3. Cut each potato in half, then cut each half in half again lengthways (you now have quarters), cut each quarter in half lengthways (you now have 8 wedges)*
  4. If using fresh rosemary, remove leaves from woody stem and chop.
  5. Place wedges, rosemary and oil in a bowl. Toss gently until all wedges are lightly coated with oil.
  6. Spread the wedges out on a baking tray lined with baking paper.
  7. Bake until wedges are golden brown on the outside, ~30-40 minutes**, or until your desired level of crispiness is achieved.


  • *For smaller potatoes, cut each potato in half lengthways, then cut each half into 2-3 wedges lengthways.
  • **Aim for wedges in the batch to be a similar size for even cooking. Cooking time varies depending on the size of wedge. Check regularly.


Nutrition information (per serve), based on medium size potatoes:

  • Energy (460.7 kJ)
  • Protein (3.4 g)
  • Total Fat (2.8 g)
  • Saturated Fat (0.4 g)
  • Carbohydrate (15.7 g) (Starch (13.2 g), Sugars (2.5 g) Added sugars
    (0 g), Free Sugars (0 g))
  • Dietary Fibre (2.8 g)
  • Sodium (7.4 mg)
  • Vitamin C (17.7mg)
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