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Peri peri potato wedges recipe with step by step photos – this one great for folks who love Potato wedges and French fries and its a spicy version and a vegan snack.

peri peri potato wedges recipe

In this recipe, the wedges are marinated in the Peri peri sauce for some good minutes and then fried.

Either you make the peri peri sauce at home like I have done or bought the ready sauce from outside. For those who are calorie conscious, you can even bake the wedges in the oven.

Peri peri potato wedges Is an easy recipe to make. Just remember to Serve them hot after they are done. They will be gone soon as they are served.

How to make peri peri potato wedges

1. peel and then rinse 3 large potatoes in water.

peel and then rinse 3 large potatoes in water

2. Chop them in wedges.

Chop the potatoes in wedges

3. In a bowl add the potatoes and 4 to 5 tablespoons of peri peri sauce.

In a bowl add the potatoes and 4 to 5 tablespoons of peri peri sauce

4. Rub the peri peri sauce very well on the wedges, so that the sauce coats them nicely.

Rub the peri peri sauce very well on the wedges

5. Cover the bowl and marinate the potatoes in the sauce for 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Cover the bowl and marinate the potatoes in the sauce for 45 minutes to 1 hour

6. Heat 1 cup oil or add as required in a pan or wok. Shallow or deep fry the marinated wedges in small batches.

Shallow or deep fry the marinated wedges in small batches in a pan

7. Fry them in the hot oil till they are crisp and golden browned.

frying marinated wedges in a pan

8. Remove the fried wedges with a slotted spoon.

removing fried wedges with a slotted spoon

9. Drain on paper kitchen tissues or kitchen napkins to remove excess oil. Similarly, fry the rest of the wedges till crisp and golden.

Drain Peri Peri Potato Wedges on paper kitchen tissues

10. Serve peri peri potato wedges Hot with either a mayonnaise dip or tomato ketchup or schezwan sauce. You could also sprinkle some dry herbs or red chili flakes or black pepper powder on them. Enjoy the Hot hot peri peri potato wedges.

 serving peri peri potato wedges in a plate

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Peri Peri Potato Wedges

Peri Peri Potato Wedges

5 from 2 votes
Hot and spicy fried peri peri potato wedges.
Prep Time 1 min
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 21 mins

Cuisine World
Course: Appetizers, Snacks

Servings 2 to 3
Units

Ingredients

  • 3 large potatoes
  • 4 to 5 tablespoon peri peri sauce
  • 1 cup oil for frying

Instructions

  • Peel and then rinse the potatoes.
  • Slice them in wedges.
  • Marinate the wedges with the peri peri sauce for 45 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Shallow or deep fry the marinated wedges till they become crisp and golden brown.
  • Serve hot with mayonnaise dip or tomato sauce or schezwan sauce. While serving you can also sprinkle some dry herbs or red chili flakes or black pepper powder 

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7 Comments

  1. Tornado Potatoes
    After spiral cutting and putting potatoes on skewers, they are immersed in some ” maida or besan solution” to get them crispy after frying. Want to know it’s recipe.

  2. Beautiful photos and great recipe!! New to your blog and I LOVE it Dassana!