This is something that I’ve played with to fix my cravings for potato chips. You can basically put in whatever you like for flavor. I like to switch up my herbs and sometimes I even add apple cider vinegar for a salt & vinegar chip!
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I use a potato peeler and peel across the top, the narrow part. It makes really thin, nice round chips. I have also used the flat, long part on a regular cheese grater; it makes for a slightly thicker chip which needs to dehydrate a little longer.
I basically drizzle olive oil over the bowl and mix it with my hand until the chips are thinly coated. Then I sprinkle the other ingredients and mix too. Really fine minced garlic adds a really nice zing too!
I lay them on my dehydrator trays and dehydrate at about 100 degrees from anywhere from 5 hours to 8 hours. I just keep checking on them because I like them super crispy!

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This is something that I’ve played with to fix my cravings for potato chips. You can basically put in whatever you like for flavor. I like to switch up my herbs and sometimes I even add apple cider vinegar for a salt & vinegar chip!

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I'm going to try these tomorrow. Thanks for the recipe! I've tried another recipe w/vinegar and they turned all brown & spotted -- yuck!

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i make these regularly using sweet potato and zucchini. i marinate the thin slices in a mixture of tamari/shoyu, lemon juice and olive oil and season them with either paprika (sweet potatoes) or curry (zucchini) powder. will try with regular potatoes very soon!

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If you can find a Presto Chip Maker, it will cut the potatoes very very thin. I don't think they are made any more, but you can find them on ebay.

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Its ok. The more and more I make them the more and more I learn to make them better. I believe it is the size of the slice. I just use a potato peeling, pretty standard. But even though they are getting more and more crispier each time, I love these!

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Hmm, I'm not sure why they didn't come out crispy. I slice them pretty paper thin, maybe that's why? I even kept them in a container for up to a week afterwards, and they were still crisp. Maybe it was the amount of oil? I'm sorry. =(

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Did I do something wrong? My potatos have been in my dehydrator for almost 16+ hours, and each time I check they look crisp, but they are very chewy.

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I'm going to have to try this. I read that potatoes are actually really good for you and that they cure stomach problems if the enzymes aren't killed in them. I am still trying to get some things that my boyfriend really likes. So this should fit the bill!

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This is great, I don't care for sweet pots and it seems that's what most use for chips. I was a chip junky when I was on the SAD & this can curb that desire--thanks!

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