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Microwave Potato Chips

January/February 2009, January/February 1997

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You don't need a deep fryer to make crispy potato chips. We toss thinly sliced potatoes with just a touch of olive oil, pop them in the microwave and voilà! Crispy, crunchy homemade potato chips with 8 grams less fat per serving than regular chips.



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"Amazing! I made them for the first time today, I had to use virgin olive oil because I had no spray on, took a little longer but the crunch was still there. So much cheaper than buying chips and better than waiting an hour for them to...
Microwave Potato Chips

15 Reviews for Microwave Potato Chips

10/24/2010
Anonymous

Amazing! I made them for the first time today, I had to use virgin olive oil because I had no spray on, took a little longer but the crunch was still there. So much cheaper than buying chips and better than waiting an hour for them to bake in the oven.

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10/20/2010

The chips turned out great but it's very time consuming if you're doing very many.

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09/07/2010
Anonymous

Does anyone have any suggestions for added flavouring such as ketchup or bbq etc?

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 13 weeks ago

I sprinkle on popcorn

I sprinkle on popcorn seasoning (I buy it at Bulk Barn) before cooking. There are many different flavours available.

09/07/2010
Anonymous

These are fantastic! Great discovery. We use these as wonderful side dishes. If you want to spice these up, grab some popcorn flavor shakers from the store. Sprinkle in a ziploc bag and after fully cooking, coat them. Barbeque is my favorite.

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08/12/2010
Anonymous

mmmm cant wait to try it!!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 30 weeks ago

I never thought of making

I never thought of making them in the mic. what a great idea(( can't wait to make them, and just a few in a bag for a snack is what I would do for a treat(:

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