WHAT DID YOU SAY? SORRY, I CAN'T HEAR YOU OVER THIS BIG PLATE OF CRISPY CHIPS. (Diet friendly a la Sugar Busters-esque.)
So addictive! I'm new to using a mandolin, so I'm not sure I sliced them thin enough. They were still rather soft in the middle after they cooled. They still tasted incredibly good though. I used a mister for the olive oil and added just a little salt to them. I'll be making this OFTEN. Thanks for posting!
It seems like the cook time and temp would vary quite a bit depending on the thickness of the slices...we sliced ours at the 1.5 mark in our food processor. Using the given temp and turning them after 10 minutes, the potatoes cooked unevenly (there were soft spots in the final product). I think next time for us we will try a lower temp (maybe even 250) and cook them turning every 10 minutes and see how long it takes to cook to see if they will cook more evenly for us.
A nice healthy and very flavorful snack! Using a mandolin made nice thin chips quickly, but every time I checked they were not crisping up or burning and yes I checked often. This was a problem with every single tray I put in the oven. Thanks for the post.
Great and healthy way to have sweet potato chips! I loved the pepper addition. So yummy. I did have a problem with them burning. I checked them often and they were not getting crispy, then the last time I checked some of them had burned. I experimented by using the mandolin for some and slicing some by hand. The mandolin slices were too thin (I couldn't adjust mine) and the hand-sliced were a little too thick. I'm not giving up. I'm determined to make this work, because I can tell that the chips would be delicious. If you have any tips, please pass them along! Thanks for the great idea. :)
Really easy, really healthy and really delicious...that's three out of three...making it a winner!
Made for PRMR.
Absolutely great, although this first batch served only one, & that was ME! So, when my other half managed to get a couple before they all gone, I decided I'd better make more, so doubled the batch for a 2nd go-round! Definitely a recipe worth keeping! Thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed as a THANK YOU for playing with us in Please Review My Recipe during the recent tour]