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It sounded so ridiculous to me that I had to give it a try. I had the feeling these would turn out chewy and disgusting, but since it was a close friend of mine who recommended these, I wanted to see what she was talking about.
Oh, my, goodness. Who would have thought you could make such crispy chips in the microwave?! I’ve made these several times already, with different seasonings, and they are totally amazing! Plus, I have better portion control now that I make these myself, instead of just picking some up from the grocery store!
Olive oil (or sunflower oil)
Salt to taste
Slice 1 to 2 potatoes, depending on size, VERY thin!
Put the slices in a small bowl and drizzle with some olive oil.
Sprinkle on some salt to taste.
Arrange potato slices in a single layer on a microwave-safe plate.
Microwave on high for 2-3 minutes (timing will vary depending on the power of the microwave and the thickness of the slices).
Turn the slices over (careful…they’re HOT!)
Microwave again for another 2-3 minutes or until they start to brown and get crispy on the edges.
Remove from microwave and allow to cool completely.
Repeat process for as many potatoes as you like!
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Quick tip: Use a mandolin to get even slices.