KFC is one of the few fast food restaurants that I do miss. The biscuits, popcorn chicken and potatoes are all amazing. It use to be one of my schools hot lunches. I went to a small (22 in my graduating class) Christian school. Three or four days a week we had a hot lunch choice from one of the few local restaurants. Not the healthiest but a nice change from a brown bag lunch or so I thought back then. Now it explains why I just wanted to sleep and couldnt focus after lunch Gluten overload.
Ive really been missing the potato wedges lately so I knew I had to try and make them gluten free. I also wanted to try baking them instead of deep frying. The less I have to have a giant pot of hot oil out around a crazy 3 yr old the better. I baked them in more oil then I normally use for potatoes because I want to make sure the flour coating is nice and moist.
They were sooooooo good! Could have used a bit more cook time but pretty close to KFC.
I mixed the egg & milk together. Then I tossed all the dry ingredients into a ziploc bag.
I sliced up a few potatoes and put them into the egg/milk mixture. Then I put a few at a time into the bag of dry ingredients, giving them a shake to coat them.
I placed them on a tray that had oiled parchment paper on it. After they had been sitting in the oil for a bit a minute I flipped them over so that all sides were coated in oil. I was trying them close to how they would be if I actually deep fried them.
Photos arent the best quality as weve hit PA winter and the lighting is awful around here past 4pm.