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Frozen wedges offer a hearty and sturdy fry due to their thicker cut, which offers your customer more delicious potato per bite. They also stand up well to heavy sauces and toppings. Crispy on the outside but fluffy and tender on the inside makes these a mouthwatering pairing with any meal.
Quick & Easy Uses
A simple way to dress up frozen wedges is to play with the seasonings. There are endless options that take your wedges from basic to innovative. Such as, combining Everything Bagel Seasoning with Lemon Pepper Seasoning and bake in a convection oven for a zesty, crispy appetizer. You can also try grilling or using an air fryer to give your fries a different texture and taste to excite your customers.
Out of the box uses:
Looking for snacking inspiration for your menu? Look no further than these potato “wings.” Use frozen potato wedges to create a twist on an American favorite – buffalo wings. Crispy potato wedges that can be tossed with any fan-favorite sauce – honey mustard, lemon-pepper seasoning, BBQ, buffalo sauce – to create a delicious, plant-based shareable appetizer. Pair with extra sauce for dipping and you’ve got yourself a buzz-worthy starter!
Pro tip: for an extra crispy outer layer on the potato “wings”, during the last stages of boiling the potatoes, add baking soda to the water. For optimal results, freeze potatoes overnight before frying. For more info on this tip, go to Potato Wingsrecipe.
Chef’s Tips/Recipe Spotlight:
Potato wedges make a great canvas for global flavors and ingredients – plus, they provide a unique crispy outside and fluffy inside that’s hard to beat. Instead of using wedges as an alternative to the traditional side of fries, consider putting a Mexican spin on them and use wedges as a base for nachos. Pile high with grilled chicken, queso, pico de gallo, guac and sour cream and you’ve got a new take on an appetizer favorite. Or, try a Mediterranean play and top with shawarma, tzatziki, picked red onion, feta and cucumbers for a shareable Gyro platter.
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