Thank you so much for posting this recipe!!! These were easy and dElish!!! I bet my husband will like them too! I ran out of chips for his lunches and didn't feel like running to the store just for chips so I decided to make these! For homemade chips these couldn't get any easier or better. I will be extra carefull next time though to cut the potatoes VERY thinly! ONly a few came out not right b/c I didn't cut it thin enough. Definitely will make these again!
I made these chips and they were a hit with my husband. I added kosher salt to the water during soaking and they were already nicely salted when they came out of the oil. Trying to cut them thin was a feat. Next time I will use a large mandolin.
Very good. I made these for me and my hubby and we liked them a lot. Along with our doggy. We just put salt and dipped in chilli cheese dip.
super fast and easy and way cheaper and tastier than store bought. I used olive oil once and peanut oil second and always after.. I like my chips crunchy lol Thanks for posting
I'm making these right now and having a hard time staying out of them as I cook the next batch in my tiny deep fryer.... Oh so good!
So delicious and so easy to make! I like them better than a bag of potato chips. Anytime I deep fry, I might as well make some potato chips on the side.
so easy! will make them always, forget store bought...after making these you will never want any other type of chip:)
I made these to go along with my sandwich for lunch and they were great! Now I can make my own anytime. They are really easy to make, just make sure you have your oil hot enough before you fry them. I wasn't quite sure what you meant by floury potatoes, but I used Russet and they worked fine. Thank you for sharing. Christina
woo hoo now i can make potato chips :D
I gave this 5 stars. My friend Sue used to make her potato chipps just like this recipe with the exception of the cold water. She would cut them then fry until crisp. Thanks for posting a great recipe brings back memories. Christine (internetnut)