Seasoned Potato Wedges Recipe {Jo Jo’s}

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Some call them Seasoned Potato Wedges, some call them Jo Jo’s ~ whatever you call them they’re DELICIOUS and the perfect Potato Side Dish to your dinner tonight!

Go grab the Potatoes!!


Seasoned Potato Wedges Recipe {Jo Jo's}
  • 3 medium Russett Potatoes
  • 1 tbsp. Olive Oil {I use Extra Virgin}
  • 1 tbsp. Grated Parmesan Cheese
  • ¼ tsp. Garlic Powder
  • ¼ tsp. Salt {I use sea salt}
  • ⅛ tsp. Ground Pepper
  • Optional: Dashes of Paprika and Onion Powder or ¼ tsp. Red Robin Seasoning {can be purchased at Red Robin restaurants}
  1. Scrub potatoes {don’t peel}.
  2. Cut lengthwise into wedges, set aside.
  3. Combine all other ingredients and stir together in small bowl.
  4. Brush mixture onto potato wedges.
  5. Place potato wedges skin side down in shallow baking pan.
  6. Bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 1 hour or until tender.
  7. Serve as a snack, or a tasty side for dinner.
  8. Enjoy!!



  • Bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 1 hour or until tender.
  • Serve as a snack, or a tasty side for dinner.
  • Enjoy!!

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  1. Heidi @ The Frugal Girls! says

    Hi Amanda!

    For the homemade hashbrowns, I peel the potatoes, cube them, grill them up in some butter, and stir in plenty of Red Robin seasoning… mmm ~ yum! :)

    ~ Heidi

  2. Kim Bauer says

    After getting halfway through dinner plans last night, I realized I was missing an ingredient. So, I saw this recipe on your blog and decided to try it. My family LOVED it! So tasty and easy! We will be making these again! Thank you so much for posting!!!

  3. Heidi @ The Frugal Girls! says

    You're very welcome, Kim!

    I'm so glad to hear this recipe was a hit with your family! :)

    ~ Heidi

  4. Heidi @ The Frugal Girls! says

    Hi Lucky ~ we're actually in Arizona {although originally from Washington State ~ Seattle area}.

    Up in Washington, they are even sold at grocery store deli's as "Jo Jo's" :)

    ~ Heidi

  5. Yvonne @ StoneGable says

    I love this recipe, because I am always on the lookout for a great side dish. I like to roast veggies, so with all the great flavors, this is great!

  6. TRICIA @ The Zoo says

    Ooh, that looks delicious! We do something similar, but cut them really thin and eat them as oven fries. Who doesn't love a good potato recipe?! Thanks so much for sharing.

  7. Katie @ says

    I had seen this recipe on your site before, and I definitely have some potatoes to use up! May be in my menu plan next week!

  8. Angela says

    The other day I did similar spices & pan fried ’em… actually it was St. Patricks day, you got me in the mood for Corned beef so I made sandwiches & potato wedges! I will have to try this recipe though… yum!

  9. Catherine says

    This recipe was a hit with my family! My daughter who refuses to eat potato in any form other than MCD french fries gobbled these up! I will be baking these often! Thank you Frugal Girls!

  10. Amanda Cass says

    these are so yummy I have made them several times and the best part is the picky eaters in my home love them too! ;o)

  11. Chris W. says

    Bianca, yes! Just toss them into a skillet over medium heat. Stir occasionally to ensure they brown evenly.

  12. Chris W. says

    Mix the oil and spices together in a large bowl, add the potato wedges, then, using a large wooden spoon, toss the potato wedges to coat. Much quicker and easier than trying to brush the oil mixture onto each individual potato wedge!

  13. says

    I learned that if you soak cut potatoes in cold water for a half an hour then drain and bake, it makes them more crisp!
    It seems backwards, but soaking them removes the starch that makes them soggy and soft.
    It works and they are great!!

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