Potato Chips, who can resist these scrumptious crunchy salty savory treats! And what could be better?
Homemade potato chips!
Making homemade potato chips is culinary therapy! With just three ingredients and a couple of kitchen tools, homemade chips become thin crips of potatoes filled with love. No wonder they are so delicious!
StoneGable Homemade Potato Chips
oil~ I use half corn and half canola
potatoes, not baking
regular table salt
Slice potatoes one 16th inch thick with a Mandolin. Put slices in ice water.
Using a large dutch oven add 2-3 inches of oil. Using a candy thermometer heat oil over medium high heat to 350 degrees.
Dry a handful of potato slices with paper towels. When the oil is 350 degrees GENTLY drop one slice of potato at a time into the oil. Don’t crowd the pan.
Using a metal slotted spoon gently flip the chips when they have slightly browned on one side. This should take only a minute or so.
Be careful to watch the thermometer, adjust the flame so the oil remains at or near 350 degrees.
When potato chips are done, remove them with a slotted spoon to a baking sheet lined with paper towels.
Salt to taste.

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  1. says

    My kids are hooked on homemade potato chips and tortilla chips. They just gobble them up. You should try sprinkling a little ranch dressing dry mix on them. Mmmm mmmmm! I am figuring out my post for your linky party right now!

  2. says

    I used to make homemade plantain chips this way…so yummy. You use green plantains, though, not the ripened ones. Nutritious too!

  3. says

    I did not need to see this post at 10:30 at night…lol đŸ˜‰ Chips are a “little” weekness of mine! Those do look delish!!! Nancy

  4. says

    OOO, these look out of this world…You won’t believe it but I have a post in draft about my little grandgirl and….potato chips..:))
    xo bj

  5. says

    ♫♫ La-La-La ♫♫ ~~I can’t hear you! I can’t see these! ~~ I have my fingers in my ears & my eyes covered. ♫♫ La-La-La ♫♫ You can’t tempt me~You can’t tempt me.

    :/ Wanna bet? LOL I folded……….They look & sound AWESOME!!!

  6. says

    Mouth watering!
    I don’t think I could sleep at night if there were any left in the bowl ;o)

    Happy Fourth to you and your family, Yvonne!

  7. says

    I must say though it seems like a lot of work, they do look incredibly good and the sea salt would be the crowning touch for me. I don’t know if I would be capable of showing any willpower and would have to surrender myself helpless! Happy 4th….

  8. says

    I can’t believe that I’ve never made crisps like these before. What a yummy treat! Will you be serving them this weekend? I bet whatever you serve will be delicious! I hope you have a wonderful long weekend for Independence day.

    Best wishes,

  9. Anonymous says

    These look better than any store bought chip I have ever had! Thanks for sharing, and Happy Independence Day!

    Kim in MD

  10. Pam G says

    I just wanted to let you know that the Midnight Bloom China arrived today. I have had a really bad week, my 86 year old mom has been in the hospital since Sat. and together with my 2 sisters we have been with her constantly. On the way home, I talked with the sister at the hospital and she reported that she was seeing some improvement, then I called my husband that some big boxes had arrived. Thank you so much!

  11. says

    I made these to go with our Reuben sandwiches the other night, and everyone loved them. I also made some sweet potato chips at the same time. They were so easy to make and they tasted great! Thanks for sharing.

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