Recipe for How to Make Potato Chips in the MicrowaveHave you always wanted to make your own Potato Chips? Potato chips are extremely over-priced. Everyone knows that! So, how do you make potato chips in the microwave at home? This recipe for homemade potato chips is healthier, fresher, and cheaper than store bought. So, how many potato chips can you get from just one potato? Let's find out. Enjoy!
|Homemade Potato Chips Microwave Oven.|
If you've ever made fried potatoes, you know it is tempting to turn them into chips, but how does that work? Fried Potatoes are often greasy, slimy, and squishy. Baking potatoes dries them out, but they still aren't chips. If you want to make chips at home, the microwave is your best friend.
How to Make Potato Chips in the Microwave.
We found a recipe at AllRecipes.com, but tweaked it to make our own version of homemade potato chips.
Homemade Potato Chips Recipe Microwave
1. Slice 1 potato very thin. We use a Pampered Chef Chip Slicer on the thinnest setting.
|Slice potatoes very thin.|
2. Soak the potato slices in salt water for about 10 minutes.
|Soak potaotes in salt water.|
3. Arrange the potato slices in a single layer on a microwave safe plate.
|Spray with cooking oil.|
5. Microwave the potato slices until golden and crispy. Our microwave requires about 7 minutes. Start with 5 minutes until you figure out what your microwave requires. Also, thicker slices will take longer.
|Make microwave potato chips at home.|
6. Carefully remove the plate. It will be hot. Once it has cooled slightly, you can peel off the potato chips.
7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 until all the potato slices are cooked.
We got about half of a regular sized bag of chips from one potato! Plus they are healthier since they are not fried. You can dress them up with toppings like ranch dressing, shredded cheese, barbecue sauce, sour cream dip- whatever your heart desires... maybe some chocolate dip? Ketchup works too!
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