Buffalo Wild Wings Potato Wedges Recipe You’ll LOVE

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Everyone knows that Buffalo Wild Wings is an incredible place to go for some delicious food. No matter what you are in the mood for, it is likely that you will find something there to make you feel amazing. One of the most popular items on their menu is potato wedges. They are seriously addictive and downright perfect. As long as you have the dipping sauce, we have got with covered with the recipe.

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Buffalo Wild Wings Potato Wedges Recipe

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What are BWW Potato Wedges?

BWW potato wedges are a side dish that you can order at the popular food chain Buffalo Wild Wings in America. These wedges have been seasoned to perfection and will leave you craving more no matter how many you eat.

When looked at in-depth, they are honestly nothing incredibly complex or insane. They are just really well-made potato wedges. Sometimes less is more, and this recipe really shows it.

Are Buffalo Wild Wings Potato Wedges Fried?

Buffalo Wild Wings potato wedges are fried to make sure they have a perfectly crispy outer layer. This can be done in a deep fat fryer like it is in the restaurant or this can be done in an air fryer (like with air fryer curly fries or hash browns).

You can also use an oven to bake your wedges at home as this can be a much more accessible way of replicating the dish without leaving your house.

How To Make Buffalo Wild Wings Potato Wedges?

If you are wanting to make your own Buffalo Wild Wings potato wedges, then you are in luck. Whether you want to bake or fry them, you’ll find all that you need right here.

As for ingredients you are going to need;

  • 4 large potatoes
  • ¼ cup of melted butter
  • Cooking spray
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • Black pepper and salt, to taste
  • Salad dressing (¼ cup of ranch)
  • Hot pepper sauce (ideally, buffalo style 1 cup)
  1. To start off, you are going to want to preheat your oven to 430 degrees Fahrenheit. It is a good idea to preheat your oven as it will make it a lot easier to time the cooking process later on.
  2. While your oven is heating up, take the time to wash and rinse your potatoes. This can be done with running water and some gentle rubbing from your hands to remove any excess dirt. This is also a good time to take a sharp knife and quickly check for any weird growths that need to be removed.
  3. Once your potatoes are washed, place them on a cutting board and get ready to turn them into wedges. This is easily done by halving the potatoes once, laying them on the flat side, and evenly slicing each half into 4 equal potato wedges. If you have any experience in the past, you will know that it is easier to cut potatoes when they are laying on the flat side as they will wobble around a lot less.
  4. Now you will want to place them on a baking tray that is lined with aluminum foil. Spray the foil quite liberally so that the potatoes do not stick while they are cooking.
  5. Evenly spread your potatoes so that they are not touching. Then drizzle them with olive oil and sprinkle them with salt. If you are worried about them not being evenly covered, toss them around a bit using your hands or a spatula. As long as they are evenly oiled and salted, we can move on.
  6. Place the tray into your oven and bake the potato wedges for 18-20 minutes. You want to check on them periodically towards the end and take them out when they are golden in color and crispy. If your wedges are bigger, they will take longer. This is why it was so important to make sure that they are all evenly sized so that they cook at the same time.
  7. Once you are happy, take the potatoes out of the oven. Leave the tray on the side for a moment.
  8. Using a BBQ brush (or any alternative you can think of) lightly coat the potato wedges in your Buffalo Wing sauce. The coat can be as heavy or as light as you want. If you want them to be heavily flavored then you can coat them rather liberally. If you are feeling creative, you can take this opportunity to make your own mix of sauces. Using a buffalo wing sauce as the main base, add ingredients (such as soy sauce or tabasco sauce) to it to change the flavor a tiny bit.
  9. When you are happy with the coating of your wedges, place them back in the oven for 3-4 minutes. This will dry the coating of the sauce and make them even crispier.
  10. Once this time has passed, take the potatoes back out and serve them with your favorite dipping sauces.

If you are wanting to have even crispier potato wedges, try cutting each potato half into 6 wedges instead of 4. The smaller the wedges are, the crispier they will get.

Buffalo Wild Wings Potato Wedges Recipe

How Many Carbs are in Buffalo Wild Wings Potato Wedges?

In this homemade Buffalo Wild Wings potato wedges recipe, there are a lot of nutritional business going on. It can be helpful for one to take note of them.

There are roughly 530 calories per 8-servings. This is accompanied by 66 grams of carbohydrates, 27 grams of fat, and 8 grams of protein.

Buffalo Wild Wings Potato Wedges Recipe – FAQs

Are Buffalo Wild Wings potato wedges vegan?

When you go to Buffalo Wild Wings, the potato wedges you order are not vegan. The ingredients used in the sauces are not vegan and they are made in the same kitchen as other non-vegan products. You can easily make wedges at home using vegan alternatives. Depending on the recipes you find, you might be able to get very close to the actual product.

Are Buffalo Wild Wings potato wedges dairy free?

The potato wedges do contain dairy at Buffalo Wild Wings as they have been made with sauces that have dairy products in them. Also, in the same kitchen, they are made in there is a lot of cheese and other dairy products which could have touched the wedges.

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