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Cut potatoes leave on peel into 8 wedges each. Put in a mixing bowl and add 1 1/2 tablespoons of cooking oil. Add 1 tablespoon of sesame seeds, 1/4 teaspoon salt and a little pepper. Mix until wedges are coated. Put on a greased cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees F for 60 minutes, turning them occasionally until crisp and golden.
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By coville123 from Brockville, Ontario
Combine cheese and seasonings. Toss potatoes in oil, then in cheese mixture. Place wedges on baking sheet in single layer.
Source: I don't know where I got this recipe. It's on a dog-eared card in my recipe box, because it's one I got to often. It's a no-fail pleaser for all ages.
By Theodora from Lynden, WA
Seasoned potato wedges are always a hit. Scrub your favourite kind of potatoes and slice them into wedges. Roll them in 2 tsp. of Olive Oil and your favourite seasoning (Greek, Cajun, Oregano, Parmesan, etc. My fav is Italian with a sprinkle of Chili Pepper seeds). Bake them at 350 degrees F until they are soft in the middle and crispy on the outside. The length of cooking time depends of the thickness of the potato, usually 30-45 minutes.
Scrub potatoes and cut lengthwise into 8 wedges. Put on prepared baking sheet. Combine margarine and garlic in a small bowl. Combine Parmesan and paprika in another small bowl.
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Where is the recipe?
By Donna S from CA
Like Donna said where is the recipe for Jo Jo Potatoes I can not find it either.
Google jojo potatoes. You'll find a lot of recipes, some baked, some deep fried.
I was so excited to see this topic come in because my boyfriend absolutely loved these growing up and always got them from the convenience store by his house. I have a question though, does anyone have a recipe for these with breading? I'm pretty sure that the ones he used to get actually had a breading on them.
Go to the Idaho potato site they have several recipes for these.