20 Reviews

Very nice flavor, and easy... although my potatoes took quite a bit longer than the stated time to get tender. I also doubled the seasonings, which I agree is the smart choice as it really boosted the flavor. :) Thanks for a great addition to my collection!

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Lynne the Pirate Queen February 15, 2009

These were very good! I seasoned the wedges very well with extra seasonings and added onion and garlic powders. Dipped them down in ketchup and they were perfect! I made these with WW Barbecue Meatloaf and they paired great together. Made up a salad on the side and you have a full complete meal for not many points at all. (4 points a sev. for these and 4 points a serv. for the meatloaf) I only cut up 3 large potatoes and it was plenty for the two of us. Thanks for pointing out this great WW recipe. While on WW Im sure I will make again.

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*pink* January 28, 2011

This is a nice change from oven fries. The sauce was really thick so I did add about one teaspoon of water. Then I used my pastry brush to just brush over the potatoes. It worked for me. Thanks for posting!

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DeDi September 01, 2009

These were so easy to prepare and perfectly delicious. While preparing these, I was a bit concerned about the amount of paprika and felt it would overwhelm the other flavors but that was not the case. The flavors were clean and simple and worked so nicely with the creaminess of my golden Yukon gold potatoes. Served this with pork tenderloin and steamed broccoli. Thanks!

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justcallmetoni September 27, 2007

I'm always looking for new ways to make potatoes. These turned out nicely. I used fingerling potatoes which made for easy wedges.

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ARathkamp April 20, 2013

I love this recipe. It's easy to half too since there are only 2 of us. I took your advice and doubled the ingredients except I only used 5 small potatoes. I had to cook for a little longer than the 30 minutes. I turned the over down to 400 but didn't cover them. They still turned out fine. Thanks for a great recipe!

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smartblonde #2 September 07, 2011

This was very good and my husband really liked it. You would never know it was Weight Watchers friendly. I will definitely make this again. It is a nice alternative to french fries.

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FCR Gal September 19, 2010

I have made these a couple of times now, exactly as stated, and they have been well liked by all. No one knows they are WW!

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etully April 08, 2010

These were good, but not completely done after 30 minutes even though I cut the potatoes into pretty small chunks. Will probably add about 10 minutes next time. The mustard mixture tasted very strong so I was surprised that after baking the potatoes there really wasn't a strong mustard flavor. I might try adding some additional spices next time. But overall, this is a good recipe and I will definitely give it another try.

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asabot January 22, 2008

These were great! Not too mustardy...just perfect. :) Will make again.

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SPKLady February 18, 2007
Dijon-Roasted Potatoes (Weight Watchers)