Nancy J. Patrykus Recipe

By Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin

Here is a different twist on those wonderful baked potato Wedges, or also known as Joe Joe 's!
With a clone of Lipton Onion Beef Soup mix...for you to make and store..or even for a quick bowl of soup.

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method:
Stove Top


**** lipton beef onion soup mix ****(recipe)
3/4 c
minced onions
1/3 c
beef bouillon, powdered or cube crushed
4 tsp
onion powder
1/4 tsp
crushed celery seed
1/4 tsp
sugar....directions: mix together all ingredients. store in an air-tight container.5 tablespoons of this mix is equal to 1(1.25-oz.) package.
*********onion roasted potatoes.. ingredients
4 medium
baking potatoes...for 2 people
1/3 c
olive oil
1/4 c
soup mix powder (from above recipe)
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Directions Step-By-Step

Quarter potatoes length wise, then in half.
Put in a bowl aand sprinkle olive oil on them.
Then sprinkle onion soup mix (from above) on them
Put on a ribbed cookie sheet.
Bake for 35 minutes...turn over one time.
****Potato recipe from LIPTON SOUP site.
Place on a napkin lined basket...and enjoy ..while warm.

About this Recipe

Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #Onion, #mix, #joes, #JOE, #taters, #wedges
  • Comments

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    Kelly Williams Wildflours - Dec 20, 2012
    LOVE this!!! Love making mixes from scratch! YOU control what goes in without all the extra additives! :) Thanks, Nancy!!! :)
  • user
    Rose Selvar potrose - Dec 20, 2012
    Look yummy! Sound easy! Gotta try it! 12/20/12
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    Deb Crane songchef - Dec 20, 2012
    Sounds good Nancy!
    I am assuming, for the onions, it is the "dried"(dehydrated) onions (?)
    ( I am betting yes!) ;)
    Perfect to make your own dry onion soup mix!
    Will be trying this very soon!
    And who does not love onion roasted potatoes! Yum!
    Pinched! :)
    Happy Holidays Nancy! Hope to talk to you soon. :) And if we dont, have the best Holiday season ever! O!
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    Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin - Dec 21, 2012
    Good morning Deb...

    In answer to your question...
    No ...not dried...I used fresh onions...
    If you use dried ...you are cooking them twice!
    I am afraid cooking the dried would make them very hard...???
    Holiday Greetings to you...
    HUgs, Nancy.....12/21/12
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    Pat Duran kitchenchatter - Dec 21, 2012
    I use the dehydrated onions thanks for this great recipe Nancy hugs, Pat
    and Merry Christmas !