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Oven Baked Potato Chips - Salt and Vinegar - Video

Ingredients: (for one medium size bowl of chips)

2 medium sized potatoes (skin on)
2 cups of vinegar
2 tablespoons of salt

For plain potato chips or flavoured:

After you have sliced the potatoes, rinse and soak to remove excess starch. Dry off and place on baking paper lined tray. Then sprinkle with either salt, chill flakes, bbq rub, garlic salt or any desired herbs and spices. Bake as per instructions.

*NOTE* As each oven is different make sure you keep an eye on them, if they are browning too quickly, simply lower the temperature.

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Mouth watering!

Can't wait to try them! Thanks for sharing!

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Bump for the morning folks.

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Even healthier...

..Seaweed Chips

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We made nori chips this weekend.

Wow. Very tasty. Simple and fun. Thanks for the idea!

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Right on! Thank you.

Right on! Thank you.

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That nifty slicer

Those chips look fantastic.

Those chips look fantastic. Thanks!

Of course we're trying to do it without the oil and the corn flour is out for me. But I bet we could do this with minimal oil and pull it off.

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chickpea or garbanzo bean flour

It's not corn.. it's a legume, not a grain.. it's totally awesome.. now.. here's a good trick.. spray your baking pan with flavored "pan-release" PAM, product.. instead of brushing the chips with butter (ghee) or oil, use the spray your raw chips lightly, seasoning taste better for it too. Oh dips great with hummus.

The recipe calls for corn

The recipe calls for corn flour in addition to chickpea flour and rice flour. However, it's easy to sub for the corn flour.

Yeah, ghee would be fantastic for this!


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I should have looked more carefully

I don't use corn flour..the garbanzo bean flour is like a powder, and I don't know exactly how to describe it, but it makes the chips extra xrispy in a flaky way.. and they are very satisfying so you can eat less but feel totally treated.

Yeah they look

Yeah they look heavenly.

Wonder if sweet potatoes would work too?

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I never thought of that

I just found this recipe looking to see if there was one as you suggested.. there was not one as you suggested, but I think I'm going to try this one http://www.365daysofkale.com/2012/03/recipe-baked-sweet-pota...

That looks good too! :-)

That looks good too! :-)

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Here's the consensus...

Keeping in mind that this was our first time trying to do this. The consensus was that of the flavored ones, the salt and black pepper was best and the lime, serrano, garlic and cilantro was second. The others weren't bad, but I think lack of oil involved to cook those spices properly may keep them from giving up the goods. And course plain with a dash of Louisianan hot sauce was really good too. Next time will try her actual recipe for salt and vinegar.

When you other folks try this, please post your results.


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In the near future...


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Pairs with salt&vinegar?

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I would think something like

I would think something like a brown ale or an Oktoberfest would do quite nicely.

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Black Pepper and serrano

Black Pepper and serrano pepper powder sounds great! I didn't know you could get serrano pepper powder. I suppose I could make my own. (edit) Garlic powder too...

On the topic of black pepper, I try to consume a teaspoon a day. Black pepper and turmeric (actually, turmeric chips might be good!) are good spices.

Thanks for the OP.

Sure thing. I didn't know

Sure thing.

I didn't know either. Was surprised to find lime powder as well.

Check this place - http://www.spiceace.com/

Very cool on the black pepper. Yes I'll try turmeric as well. Thanks!

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Cool Post Musicians and Hotties

Thanks for all your health and recipe posts. I had a lot of fun with the Indian Fusion recipes you posted a while ago, I'll probably make the chips this weekend.

My pleasure.

I'm jazzed about these. I try to stay away from fried stuff and am intolerant to so many things that there are no fun snack things that I can have. Need something to dip in salsa and guacamole! Plus you can season them and not have the sugar or msg that most of the store bought ones have.

We setting the oven to 300F and backing for about 30min. I think we should up it to 325F and see if we can decrease the time some.

Next going to do salt and curry powder...


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My mother made these and they are called "chips" to me (Irish)

but she fried them and I will look forward to trying them baked. Thanks for posting!


We just made these for the first time. They come out great for being baked with no oil. You cold brush them with oil if you wanted. Cool thing is that you can control exactly what goes on them.

We did not soak them in vinegar due to impatience. We've tried just salt. Some also with black pepper. Some with serrano chile powder, garlic, lime powder and garlic powder. And some with Aleppo pepper. All have been fantastic. But we learned to resist the urge to start eating them right out of the oven. They need to time to sit out a crisp up.

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FYI, once a week I make potato wedges

simply slice a red potato into six wedges and spice them up - it only takes a tad bit of oil and I use only 2 tablespoons for about 4 lbs of potatoes and bake them at 350 for about 45 mins. I usually use dill and paprika but I've been looking for ways to include the taste of lime in our meals so I will try your lovely spice mixture on them. Thx again.

Cool beans. And I'll try

Cool beans. And I'll try your potato wedges. Thanks!

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