Are you one of those people that just have to have a crunchy chip to go with your lunchtime sandwich? I am. It must be all those school year lunch boxes that my mother packed for me. Sandwich, chips, fruit and a cookie. Classic. The beauty of these chips are that they ‘bake’ in about 3 minutes so you can make them in a flash (just be sure to keep your eyes on them at all times or there will be a flash of fire in your microwave-trust me I know).

Kristy

Ingredients:

  • 1 medium sized red potato, the rounder the better
  • 1-2 tsp olive oil or Garlic Gold Oil
  • sea salt to taste
  • seasoning of your choice (garlic, curry, chili powder, etc)

Preparation:

  1. Slice the potato into very thin slices. I used a mandolin to get a paper thin slice for a crispier chip.

    Cut the potato into thin slices

  2. Place a piece of parchment paper on a paper plate.
  3. Spray or brush the potato slices with oil.
  4. Place 8 - 12 slices (this will depend on the size of your potato) on the parchment making sure not to overlap the slices.

    Place the potato slices on the parchment paper without overlapping

  5. Sprinkle with sea salt and other seasoning of your choice.
  6. Cook on high in the microwave for 2 minutes (watching all the time). The chips should still be white and soft.
  7. Turn the slices over and cook again for about 1 minute more. Here you will have to watch VERY carefully because the cooking time will vary by microwave and the thickness of the slice. When you see the chip begin to brown, stop the microwave. The chips go from lightly brown and done to burned or worse in seconds.
  8. Your chips should be warm and crunchy. Serve along with your favorite sandwich and enjoy.

Nutritional Info:

Makes about 30 chips from a medium size potato.

Serving size 15 chips.

Nutritional info will vary depending on the seasonings that are used.

Notes:

These chips are best when eaten right away. They can be kept in a sealed container but they do get softer the longer they sit.

 

 

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4 Comments

 
  1. Margaret says:

    I don’t use a microwave. What are the directions for a conventional oven please? xoML

    • Sarah says:

      Hi Margaret,

      This recipe is specifically for use in the microwave. You will not get the same results using another method. Sorry!

      ~Sarah

  2. Susan says:

    These are wonderful!!!! My whole family loved them, even my husband who never eats healthy.

    • Kristy says:

      Hi Susan, thanks for writing to let us know you liked the chips. Healthy chips today and who knows what nutritious little morsel tomorrow? You may win your husband over to healthy eating one bite at a time! Kristy

 
 

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