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Making Healthy Potato Chips

by Claudia Berger-Ayer 07/28/2019

Have you ever tried making potato chips? Those delicious fried thin slices of potatoes. According to research on snack food folklore, potato chip was invented by Chef George Crum at Moon's Lakehouse Restaurant in Saratoga Spring, New York. Homemade crunchy potato chips are healthier when compared to their store-bought counterparts because they have less cholesterol. Below are some steps on how to make quick and easy homemade potato chips. The shared secret in making potato chips is the thinner your slice, the more beautiful it becomes. The best tool used in achieving a better cut is a mandoline.

Ingredients for making healthy potato chips:

- 3 large russet potatoes

- 2 tablespoon olive oil

- Salt

- Pepper

Procedure:

- Slice your potatoes into thin slices using a mandoline or a spiralizer to get desirable shapes

- Soak your sliced potatoes in clean cold water for 30 minutes

- Rinse thoroughly, and pat dry entirely using a clean paper towel or cotton towel

- Preheat the oven to 350F

- Line a large baking pan with baking paper

- Arrange potato slices in a single layer on the baking pan evenly without overlapping or touching each other

- Use a pastry brush to coat potato slices with olive oil on both sides lightly and then sprinkle with salt and pepper

- Bake for 7-10 minutes then turn potato slices and bake for additional 8-10 minutes or when the chips are light golden color or until crispy. Make sure potato does not overcook

- Allow chips to cool down for a few minutes before serving. You can serve with sprinkles of herbs or any other dressing of your choice

Benefits of eating healthy potato chips:

- It controls the blood pressure

- It aids in digestion

- It keeps the skin healthy

- It boosts the immune system

- It keeps the brain active

- It relieves stress

So, instead of avoiding potato chips in general due to the unhealthy side effects of processed store-bought options, go ahead and make your own!

About the Author
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Claudia Berger-Ayer

I am a bilingual English/German Real Estate agent and I provide full time real estate service for multi and single family homes. My expertise include certified buyers representation for relocations buyers, investment properties, resale purchase and first time home buyers as well as new construction specialist in Jacksonville and its surroundings. As a listing agent I leverage Berkshire Hathaway marketing strategies and resources as well as my knowledge as a Certified Real Estate Negotiator to touch all marketing options of exposure and maximize the seller’s net worth. My professional Real Estate experience also include extensive knowledge about short sales and foreclosure bid and purchase process. My strong leadership skills were developed due to my extensive national and international work experience within the United States and as flight attendant/On Board leader working for the German Air Force in Cologne Germany, Lufthansa AG in Munich, Berlin, and Frankfurt Germany, and Delta Air Lines Inc. in Boston and New York. So I understand the challenges and uncertainties relocation clients face. Living in Jacksonville Florida the last 19 years I call this my home and love the beauty of Northeast Florida. Sehr geehrter Immobilien Kunden, bitte schreiben Sie mir eine kurze e-mail und ich kann Ihnen gerne mehr Information von Jacksonville Florida zusenden! Ich lebe seit 18 Jahren hier in dieser wunderschoenen Stadt direkt am atlantischen Ozean und kenne alle Nachbarschaften fuer Einfamilienhaeuser and Eigentumswohnungen.