Published Saturday, 24 January, 2009 by Fi
1. Slice the spud into BIG wedges
2. Pour a big glug of olive oil into a large bowl, add a good pinch of mixed herbs, garlic, paprika and chilli powder (to your desired taste!)
3. Chuck in the spud wedges and give it a good mix with your hands.
4. Poor the lot into an oven tin and put in a hot oven (Gas Mark 7) for about 40 minutes!
nice spicy nacho easy to make
Spicey tomatoe frankfurt/cherizo and pepperoni pasta
A very simple, filling recipe, sounds complicated but isn't (serves 1-5)