I got a new Air Fryer that I've been dying to try. So, bring on the potatoes! This potato wedges recipe is super easy and delicious. Give it a try!

Air Fryer Potato Wedges Recipe

I got a new Air Fryer that I’ve been dying to try. So, bring on the potatoes! This potato wedges recipe is super easy and delicious. Give it a try!

 

Air Fryer Potato Wedges Recipe

A delicious side dish to any meal

 

These potato wedges are super easy to prep and let’s face it, air frying is much healthier than deep frying. And who doesn’t love potatoes, right?

The weather was warm and beautiful last week so, we had our potato wedges with burgers and bell peppers fresh off the grill — oh, yum! Since the potatoes take about 25 minutes of cooking time in the air fryer, I started my dinner prep with them. Then, went on to fix the remainder of the meal while the potatoes were cooking. The timing worked out perfectly. This is definitely an easy meal.

Let’s Get Cooking!

Ingredients:

  • 4-6 Russet Potatoes (you can use red or whatever type you like)
  • Olive Oil
  • Fresh Parsley
  • Salt
  • Pepper

Directions:

  1. Pre-heat Air  Fryer to 350° F
  2. Clean Potatoes

  1. Cut potatoes in half, so they sit flat to peel
  2. Once peeled, cut potatoes into wedges

  1. If you are cutting these ahead, place in water to keep them from turning gray
  2. When ready to use, coat potato wedges with a little bit of Olive Oil (drizzle or spray). Don’t use too much.

  1. Salt and Pepper to taste
  2. Place potatoes into the Air Fryer basket
  3. Cook for 25 minutes
  4. Take basket out of air fryer and shake or turn potatoes 2 or 3 times during cooking process
  5. Toss potato wedges with freshly chopped parsley and serve

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Air Fryer is healthier than deep frying, so, bring on the potatoes! This potato wedges recipe is super easy and delicious. Give it a try!
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Type: Side Dish
Ingredients:
  • 4-6 Russet Potatoes (you can use red or whatever type you like)
  • Olive Oil
  • Fresh Parsley
  • Salt
  • Pepper
Directions:
  1. Pre-heat Air Fryer to 350° F
  2. Clean Potatoes
  3. Cut potatoes in half, so they sit flat to peel
  4. Once peeled, cut potatoes into wedges
  5. If you are cutting these ahead, place in water to keep them from turning gray
  6. When ready to use, coat potato wedges with a little bit of Olive Oil (drizzle or spray). Don't use too much.
  7. Salt and Pepper to taste
  8. Place potatoes into the Air Fryer basket
  9. Cook for 25 minutes or until done
  10. Take basket out of air fryer and shake or turn potatoes 2 or 3 times during cooking process
  11. Toss potato wedges with freshly chopped parsley and serve
Notes
We served these potato wedges as a healthier alternative to French fries with our burgers and bell peppers fresh from the grill. YUM!
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This was such a much healthier alternative to regular French fries — tasty and delicious. The Avalon Bay Air Fryer from NewAir is amazing. It is easy to use and easy to clean (love that!). I am excited to try other recipes, and I’ll be sure to share them with you.

 

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22 thoughts on “Air Fryer Potato Wedges Recipe”

  1. I have had an air fryer for about a year and i love it. It is great for making foods the kids love but healthier. Susan @ Craftingafamily.com

  2. I didn’t know about air fryers! Wow this would be great to have a healthier alternative to french fries. Pinned your potato wedges recipe! #HomeMattersParty

  3. We love our AirFryer, albeit the old version but it still makes amazing food! I need to add this to my menu – they’d be perfect with burgers off the grill!

  4. I love fried food but I don’t eat much of it. If I had an air fryer though, that would definitely change!

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