Microwave Potato Chips

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Microwave Potato Chips
 

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Ryan Goodwin avatar
Ryan GoodwinPublished on 30 days ago

Looking for a quick snack? You can make potato chips that are healthier and tastier than any name brand using just a slicer and your microwave.

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What you will need

yukon gold potatoes

salt

black pepper

olive oil

How to cook

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You should have a mandolin slicer for this recipe in order to get consistently thin slices. Slice a potato almost thin enough to be transparent. It may take a little experimenting to find a thickness you like.

You should have a mandolin slicer for this recipe in order to get consistently thin slices. Slice a potato almost thin enough to be transparent. It may take a little experimenting to find a thickness you like.

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Toss the potato slices with a little olive oil.

Toss the potato slices with a little olive oil.

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Season lightly with salt and pepper.

Season lightly with salt and pepper.

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Place the potato slices on a plate. Spread them out so they're not touching.

Place the potato slices on a plate. Spread them out so they're not touching.

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Microwave on high for about 3 minutes.

Microwave on high for about 3 minutes.

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They tend to stick to the plate. It helps a little to flip them half way through cooking. You might need a knife to scrape some of them from the plate.

They tend to stick to the plate. It helps a little to flip them half way through cooking. You might need a knife to scrape some of them from the plate.

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One more minute on high and they should be ready to go. They still might stick a little.

One more minute on high and they should be ready to go. They still might stick a little.

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Julia Lynn Winfield27 days ago ☰
I'm glad you posted this. It's such a fast way to have a tasty, healthy snack! I only discovered it a few years ago. I do this anytime I'm feeling a bit too lazy to make chips in the oven. :)
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Julia Lynn Winfield27 days ago ☰
Also can you please tell me your favorite mandolin. I forgot the name. I know it started with a B. Thank you!
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Rafael Sanches26 days ago ☰
It was crazy crunchy!!! So good!
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