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Whenever I have leftover potatoes, I love to make my own potato chips! They`re fast and super easy to make - they`re the perfect little snack! Here, I`ll show you how I make them :)
-Non-stick cooking spray
1. Rinse and Cut Potatoes
I used golden potatoes for this batch (see picture 2) but almost any potato works (especially russet!). Rinse your potatoes to wash away dirt and then slice in half. Slice in half again and then begin to cut into slices. The thickness of the slices is up to you - for chewier chips, keep them a little thick. For crispy, make them thin! I like to have a mix of both :)
2. Grease The Pan
Before putting your potato slices on your baking sheet, put down some foil (for easy clean-up) and spray it with non-stick cooking spray (see picture 3). This will keep your potatoes from sticking to the pan/foil after they cook.
3. Place Slices on Pan
Once your pan is nice and non-stick, place the potato slices on it. Each slice should have it`s own individual spot since they need to cook evenly. Try not to overlap them!
4. Coat With Oil and Seasoning
The trick to nice chips is the oil - make sure to coat your potato slices with a little bit of oil (see picture 3). Next, add your seasonings! I always add salt to mine and then I use whatever seasonings I have on hand, which tends to be garlic powder. Garlic chips? Yes! (See picture 4)
5. Bake at 400 for 15 Mins
Depending on your oven and the width of your slices, you may have to vary the time. Fifteen minutes at 400 degrees normally does it for me, though. It gets my thin slices nice and crispy and keeps the thicker ones a bit chewier. Take them out when you begin to see golden/brown edges (picture 5).
Let your potato slices cool, then slide them off with a spatula. Enjoy! It`s so cool to make your own potato chips, and they`re a lot healthier this way, too! The same method works for fries, as well :) Just make the slices a bit thicker!
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*Images are my own!*