20 Reviews

So delicious! Much easier and less messy than deep-frying. I love the clean taste of the sunflower oil, Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl November 27, 2011

A slight oops on my part when selecting this recipe, this family normally loves garlic but I forgot for some abscure reason the DH does not like it in his potatoes and due to circumstances if things had come together when they should have I believe these would have been cooked to perfection but we had a 20 minute delay and I had to turn the temp down so they didn't burn but they turned out a little rubbery but they still had good flavour (except to the DH). Thank you Lalaloula for a recipe I will make again when the DH is not about and may even explore using sweet potatoe, made for ZAAR Stars.

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I'mPat April 25, 2010

These were absolutely delicious. I left out the garlic and subbed with chopped mixed herbs. They were easy to do and cooked fast - we loved them. I served them with sweet chili philly !! I also left the skin on and was generous with the salt - so thanks Loula.

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katew December 28, 2009

Healthy, low fat and garlicky. Some good reasons to make a dish inviting. And I liked them more than chips. A keeper, for sure!

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littlemafia November 29, 2009

These were really easy and yummy flavorful chips! However next time I'll skip the garlic because it burned on the chips which was probably my fault since I didn't use pressed garlic. I recommend using garlic salt for that reason. I also opted not to peel the potatoes. This is definitely a keeper! Made for the VIP in Veg N Swap #16.

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AcadiaTwo November 09, 2009

Lovely oven chips. I omitted the garlic I always seem to burn it. LOL Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag

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wicked cook 46 November 08, 2009

Such an easy way to make chips and such splendid results. :) Like some others, I cooked them just that bit longer so that the chips were wonderully crisped. Loved the inclusion of garlic and shall add a sprinkling of rosemary, sage and thyme next time I make these as I love a blend of herbs with chips. Everyone loved them - and looked for more when they were gone - so, when you make these, you'd be wise to make considerably more than you think you'll need! Thanks for sharing another super recipe, Lalaloula!

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bluemoon downunder November 06, 2009

These chips turned out so very well! I had run out of garlic, so didnt get to use any, otherwise followed the recipe and these chips tasted fantastic. I did peel the potatoes and the family just loved these. Very easy to make and will be making these again. Thanks Lalaloula.

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Tisme September 27, 2009

These turned out really nice. Very simple and very easy. I used garlic infused olive oil, and the dish took care of itself! I did turn down my oven temp a little, and cut the second half cooking time a bit....my oven seems to cook really hot and fast. Great addition to a steak cooked on the grill! Thanks for sharing your recipe! Potluck Tag Game!

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breezermom September 20, 2009

Great great, we love taters' here & these came out beautifullly! Like others, I left the peel on too, and just enjoyed the rustic nature and taste such as this. I liberally added some thick sea salt at the end wich gave it just a nice hit of salt taste and a bit of crunch. Very yummy, indeed! Made for Everyday is a Holiday. May 2009.

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm May 25, 2009
Homemade Oven Chips