With Christmas very nearly upon us, I was very happy when I was contacted and asked if I would like to try Rudolph Potatoes. They are great for roasting, baking and mashing, making them the ideal potato to accompany your Christmas dinner. The potatoes have red smooth skins with a creamy white inside.
As I have limited time at the moment, I have not had chance to test out the Rudolph potatoes roasting potential however as the advice I was given was to keep them in their skins, I decided to make potato wedges for an easy after work supper one night this week. I could not decide what to serve them with so ended up with a bowlful of them on their own with lots of garlic mayonnaise. The recipe below is loosely based on the recipe on the website but feel free to make up your own based on what is in your kitchen.
Spicy Potato Wedges
Ingredients (serves 2 people as a side or 1 hungry person on their own)
- 2 large or 3 small ruldolph potatoes (washed and skins left on) cut in half then into 4 wedges each half
- 1tsp hot chilli powder
- 1/2 tsp chilli flakes
- 1tsp paprika
- 1 tsp rosemary
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Couple of tablespoons olive oil
- Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix thoroughly until everything is evenly spread all over the potatoes
- Preheat the oven to 220 degrees (200 degrees fan oven)
- Put the potatoes, herbs, spices and oil onto a baking sheet in one even layer and place into the oven.
- Cook for 30 – 40 minutes until golden and crispy, turning at least a couple of times during cooking
- Once cooked, remove onto kitchen paper and allow to drain for 30 seconds. Add more salt and pepper if required and serve. Enjoy!!!
Overall, I was very impressed with Rudolph potatoes. They crisped up to perfection and they were some of the best potato wedges I have ever made. I will certainly be buying them when I next go to the supermarket!!
Disclosure: I recieved some Rudolph potatoes, a roasting tray and some oven gloves for the purpose of this review