How do you make potato wedges (and what are they good with?)

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Actually a very simple recipe that gives a dish an instant culinary upgrade: potato crisps. We see the small flavor and texture makers more and more on the menu. And we are happy about that. So: how do you make these potato crisps and what do you combine it with?

About the potato chips

Crispy, golden brown and slightly greasy. Typically one of those parts of your dish that you eat a little too much of while cooking. Even though they are small in size, they know exactly how to put that twist on a dish, making the whole thing one for the books.

Make your own potato wedges

Potato chips are easy to make, just cutting takes some time. Take a waxy or slightly crumbly potato, peel it and cut it brunoise , so into small cubes. If you are the lucky owner of a mandolin, it can be done a little faster. In this case, grate the potato into sticks with the toothed knife, after which you cut them into cubes.

Rinse the cubes well and pat them dry with kitchen paper for extra crispiness. Then fry them for 2-3 minutes at 150 degrees in sunflower oil or fry them crispy in a generous amount of butter (not too much at once in this case!). Remove the potato wedges with a slotted spoon, drain on kitchen paper and season with a little salt.

Dishes with potato crisps

The crispy structure and refined shape make the potato crisps the perfect partner for soft and creamy ingredients. Think of a mousse, puree or cream such as this cauliflower with Greek yogurt . It is also the perfect topping for your (vegetarian) stew, such as one with Parmesan  or this one with parsnip .

Honestly? We find potato crackers so addictively delicious that we prefer to plop down on the couch with a handful.

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