Recipe Directions

1. Slice the potatoes as thin as possible. Juice your lemon and lime.

2. Toss everything in a bowl along with the herbs. Top with olive oil and set in the fridge overnight or until you feel the potatoes have absorbed the flavors.

3. Take potatoes out of the bowl and place in dehydrator set to 95 Fahrenheit.

Chakra essence's Thoughts

By chakra essence

This photo is before they went into the dehydrator. Unfortunately, there’s no after picture!

I can tell you I thought they would come out a bit discolored and and gross looking, but they didn’t.

Keep your leftover juice and either do the same recipe again or be creative and create something new!

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Looks interesting! How long did you end up dehydrating these for?

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I ate raw potatoes all the time when I was a kid and never had any problems --- just don't eat any green parts!!

I've not had good luck making potato chips and miss them! I'm definitely going to try this recipe -- sounds delish!

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Did anyone actually ever make this? How did it turn out?

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I love potato chips!

Lately I have read that potatoes are not the great for us, has anyone else read the same thing? I would love to try these soon. Thank you for sharing and they look delicious. :)

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I think when u compare a regular store bought,grease,salt sarurated chip to a potatoe prepared with herbs n spices,it might not be quite as good,health wise but definetly better compaired to a regular chip.

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Agreed, Klausa!

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Did anyone actually ever make this? How did it turn out?

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I ate raw potatoes all the time when I was a kid and never had any problems --- just don't eat any green parts!!

I've not had good luck making potato chips and miss them! I'm definitely going to try this recipe -- sounds delish!

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May be the type of potato will effect the outcome as well. These fingerling potatoes look like Kipfler potatoes, but pink ones might be better for this as they are good for normal chips.

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Raw potatoes? arn't they toxic or something like that before cooking them? I know in Israel many people eat them raw to get a fever that way they can get a few days off the army..

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hey kinestry5, what about soaking the potato slices in water to take some of the starch out first, then rinsing well and drying on a clean dry tea towel. thats how i would go about making fried chips crispier. worth a try maybe

Chakra, this has got me excited as potatos and tofu are the two last things im having trouble giving up. Im going to sound like a numb nuts here but this is ok right, cos they are still raw, and i thought it was bad to eat raw potatos. Also can i use normal potatos like spuds that ive got growing in my garden, or does it have to be the fingerling potatos, i dont recall seeing them here altho i saw them in england, but i do have 7/8ths of my potatos still under soil waiting to be harvested :)

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whenever I dehydrate anything potato, it comes out starchy and has the texture of cardboard. does the citrus and oil help? any ideas welcome :)

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*happy2bmickey*, I was just browsing and noticed no one had answered your question. EVO is Extra Virgin Olive Oil. We really need a listing of frequently used abbreviations on this site.

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I am new to this website and the recipe sounds great but I have a question...what is EVO?

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Wicked! I've been looking for a recipe like this for a while.... I'm going to do them up with sweet potatoes!

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I think the way the picture is so close on the potatoes makes them look larger than they actually are. I did slice them as thin as I could with the type of knife I used. I didn't eat these, but my boyfriend did and he loved them. They were definitely crispy!!

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Ohhhhhhh, dill pickle potato chips are my big weak spot, I WILL try these!!

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lol Chris! Yes, BBQ chips!!

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Hey your picture looks great! Yeah, they do look thick. That is great that they still turned out crispy!

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As somebody whom actually consumed these, they came out very very good. They are very reminiscent of Dill Pickle potato chips, in which if you know me, I'm quite the fan of the pickle second only to the bagel. Do not question the thinness. The thinness should not be questioned! I condemn the questioning of the thinness. The said thinness was thin and delightful, leading to a even more delightful and lovely crispy nature. The herbs and flavors absorbed really well and translated very well in dehydrated form. I seriously highly recommend this dish to any whom doubt the power of the dehydrated citrus-based potato chip!

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Raw potatoes have been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. It's sort of a comfort food for me. I can't wait to give this recipe a try!

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looks great except i've read a significant amount of very convincing evidence that states raw potato in large quantities can cause gastrointestinal, heart, and liver problems. i would make this same thing with sweet potato.

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Ok now we want BBQ chips next time :).

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Really? they don't look sliced thin as you said. So, we could slice not-so-thin, and they'll still be crisp?! I've had bad experiences trying to dehydrate potatoes...I dunnoo..

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Whoops, sorry!! I'd say somewhere between 8-10 hours. They came out very crispy.

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Looks interesting! How long did you end up dehydrating these for?

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how do they turn out?

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