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RECIPE: The BEST Salt 'n' Pepper Wedges

It says a lot about me as a person that one of my best and only memories of sixth form is walking down to the chippy and getting salt and pepper chips for lunch - for that I have Georgios II to thank.  The first time I had them I think I nearly fell over from how good they were and I've been seeking out that sweet, salty, spicy flavour on everything ever since.


Anyway, clearly sensing my love of S&P from my Insta feed, KMC Seasonings got in touch and asked me if I wanted to try their salt and pepper seasoning so I thought I'd have a go of making my own s&p spuds. As always it was embarrassingly easy so not sure if I can quite call this a 'recipe' but here's what I did all the same.

You'll Need:
  • Some big potatoes, of course.
  • 2 peppers, finely diced
  • finely diced onion
  • a red or green chilli
  • a few cloves of crushed garlic
  • soy sauce
  • salt and pepper seasoning- I obviously used this one!

To Make it:
1. Wash and chop your potatoes into wedges. I put them in to a bowl of water to soak whilst I was prepping all the other bits.
2. Pat the wedges dry with a tea towel then spread out onto a baking tray, making sure they've got lots of space in between them. Coat generously in vegetable oil and put into a hot oven (about 210° ) for around 20 minutes until they're all brown and crispy.
3. Now here comes the good part. Throw your chopped onions, peppers and garlic into a wok or big frying pan with some vegetable oil and a dash of sesame oil. Cook for a few minutes until softened.
4. Add your cooked oven wedges into the pan along with a generously heaped teaspoon of the seasoning, a dash of soy sauce and fry it all for a couple more minutes until everything is crispy. 

Done!








That's it! You could literally do this with anything, too. Prawns, chicken strips, sui mai, whatever you want salt and peppered, really- all you need is the seasoning. Independent Liverpool have a fab list of ideas on their website if you're looking for some inspiration- just click here.


Just don't forget the curry sauce on the side! x

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*Thank you to KMC Seasonings for kindly sponsoring this post but as always I wouldn't promote anything I didn't genuinely love!
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