4 Reviews

For a different flavour, try seasoning with 1 tsp chili powder instead of thyme :)

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Alison J. March 22, 2008

The chips were good but I had some difficulty getting an even degree of browning. This was probably due to factors other than the recipe. I'll keep trying. Thanks for the recipe.

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iris5555 August 05, 2005

These worked amazingly well. Never would have thought you could make chips on the grill, but you can. I LOVED the thyme seasoning. I, too, used the mandoline and a grill pan. I let the potatoes thoroughly dry after boiling and before grilling. Fifteen minutes was just right on my grill.

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sugarpea July 31, 2005

this is a good bbq side dish. i sliced my potatoes on the mandoline and did use a grill tray. they are light and crunchy, and make a great snack too. i seasoned them with pepper, salt, and chili powder, yummy.

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chia September 12, 2004
Grilled Potato Chips