Indulge your taste buds in a culinary adventure with our delectable Potato Wedges recipe. Whether you're hosting a gathering, enjoying a cozy night in, or simply craving a savory snack, these crispy delights are sure to satisfy. Bursting with flavor and visually appealing, this dish combines the simplicity of potatoes with a harmonious blend of spices. Follow our easy-to-follow steps, and you'll be on your way to creating a memorable treat.

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- Clean potatoes (quantity as desired)

- Oil (for frying)

- Salt (for boiling water and spice mix)

- Ground cumin (1/2 small spoon)

- Ground black pepper (1/4 small spoon)

- Cayenne pepper (1/4 small spoon)

- Paprika (1 small spoon)

- Finely ground thyme (1 small spoon)

Note: Adjust the quantity of spices according to personal preference.

1. Ingredient Preparation:

Start by gathering clean potatoes and cutting them into thick fingers. The desired shape resembles thick, uniform fingers.

2. Pre-Cooking Potatoes:

Boil the potato fingers in water for 5 minutes until they are halfway cooked. For added flavor, consider adding a small spoon of salt to the boiling water, catering to your personal taste preferences.

3. Draining and Frying:

After the brief boil, drain the potato fingers from the water. Heat a generous quantity of oil in a pan. Once hot, carefully add the potato fingers to the pan, ensuring they are spread apart to prevent sticking.

4. Spice Mix Preparation:

While the potatoes are frying, prepare a flavorful spice mix according to your taste preferences. In a bowl, combine a small spoon of salt, half a small spoon of ground cumin, a quarter of a small spoon each of ground black pepper, cayenne pepper, paprika, and finely ground thyme. Mix the spices thoroughly.

5. Flavor Infusion:

Once the potato fingers are crispy and golden, immediately toss them in the prepared spice mix. Ensure each finger is generously coated for maximum flavor.

6. Final Touch:

Serve the crispy potato fingers hot and enjoy the enticing blend of spices. The result is a visually appealing and mouthwatering dish perfect for any occasion.

In just a few simple steps, you can create a delightful and crispy potato fingers dish that's not only visually appealing but also bursting with flavor. Whether it's a casual dinner for two or a snack to share, this recipe is sure to satisfy your taste buds. Try it out today for a memorable culinary experience!

Nutrition Vaules

1. Clean Potatoes (quantity as desired):

  - Calories: Varies based on quantity and type of potato (approximately 110 calories per 100g for raw potatoes).

  - Carbs: Varies (around 26g per 100g for raw potatoes).

  - Protein: Varies (around 2g per 100g for raw potatoes).

  - Fat: Varies (virtually fat-free).

  - Sodium: Varies (minimal).

Nutritional value: Potatoes are a good source of complex carbohydrates, fiber, and various vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium, and B vitamins.

2. Oil (for frying):

  - Calories: 120 calories per tablespoon (approximately).

  - Carbs: 0g.

  - Protein: 0g.

  - Fat: 14g per tablespoon.

  - Sodium: 0mg.

Nutritional value: The nutritional values may vary based on the type of oil used. Common frying oils include vegetable oil, canola oil, or peanut oil.

3. Salt (for boiling water and spice mix):

  - Calories: 0g.

  - Carbs: 0g.

  - Protein: 0g.

  - Fat: 0g.

  - Sodium: 0g (However, the quantity used can significantly contribute to the overall sodium content of the dish).

Nutritional value: Salt is primarily used for flavoring, and while it doesn't provide any significant nutrients, it is high in sodium.

4. Ground Cumin (1/2 small spoon):

  - Calories: ~4 calories.

  - Carbs: ~0.6g.

  - Protein: ~0.2g.

  - Fat: ~0.2g.

  - Sodium: ~1mg.

Nutritional value: Cumin is used for flavor and has some health benefits, including being a good source of antioxidants and having anti-inflammatory properties.

5. Ground Black Pepper (1/4 small spoon):

  - Calories: ~1 calorie.

  - Carbs: ~0.2g.

  - Protein: ~0.1g.

  - Fat: ~0g.

  - Sodium: ~1mg.

Nutritional value: Black pepper is mainly used for flavor and contains small amounts of vitamins and minerals.

6. Cayenne Pepper (1/4 small spoon):

  - Calories: ~1 calorie.

  - Carbs: ~0.2g.

  - Protein: ~0.1g.

  - Fat: ~0g.

  - Sodium: ~1mg.

Nutritional value: Cayenne pepper is known for its spicy flavor and contains capsaicin, which may have metabolism-boosting properties.

7. Paprika (1 small spoon):

  - Calories: ~6 calories.

  - Carbs: ~1.3g.

  - Protein: ~0.3g.

  - Fat: ~0.2g.

  - Sodium: ~1mg.

Nutritional value: Paprika is a spice made from dried red peppers and contains antioxidants and small amounts of vitamins A and E.

8. Finely Ground Thyme (1 small spoon):

  - Calories: ~3 calories.

  - Carbs: ~0.6g.

  - Protein: ~0.1g.

  - Fat: ~0.1g.

  - Sodium: ~2mg.

Nutritional value: Thyme is an herb with some antioxidant and antibacterial properties. It also contains small amounts of vitamins and minerals.

Please note that these values are approximate and can vary based on the specific brands and types of ingredients used. Additionally, the cooking methods and preparation can also impact the nutritional content of the final dish.

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