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Homemade chips are an easy alternative to your average ever day packaged potato chip. These instructions will give step by step directions on how to make this tasteful ...
The materials one will need in order to make homemade chips are 1. Deep Fat Fryer (Any brand will work) 2. Vegetable Oil (canola oil and peanut oil ...
Before starting the process wash the Red Idaho Potatoes under some water to clean them off. Make sure to clean all potatoes.
Using a cutting knife, cut the ends of the potatoes off and any eyes. The eyes are the holes in the potatoes. Peeling the potatoes is optional. Caution: ...
Using the mandoline slicer, cut the potatoes into thin slices. Caution: Mandolin Slicer is sharp
Use the oil of choice (canola, peanut, vegetable) and pour two quarts into deep fat fryer.
Turn the fryer to 375 degrees. Put the cut potato slices into the fryer. Caution: Oil may splatter
Let the potatoes sit in the fryer until golden brown. Make sure to stir potatoes once to ensure that they do not stick together.
Obtain a bowl and line it with a paper towel. So that grease will not go all over.
Once the chips are golden brown take the fryer basket out and dump the chips into the bowl lined with a paper towel.
Once the chips are in the lined bowl, added some salt and shake it up so that the salt reaches all the chips. Don't put to much on ...
Once the chips cool down they are ready to eat. For more chips repeat steps 1-11.
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