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These taste just like Pringles!
These are a lot healthier than store bought ones because you can control how much salt/oil you add. Plus, they taste delicious :)

Posted by Judy from Berkeley, California, United States • Published See Judy's 31 projects »
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  • How to cook potato chips. Homemade Microwave Potato Chips - Step 1
    Step 1

    Wash your potato and slice it.

  • How to cook potato chips. Homemade Microwave Potato Chips - Step 2
    Step 2

    Prepare your oil/ seasoning. Here is what I used for my seasoning:
    olive oil, sea salt, pepper, chili powder, Italian seasoning, and garlic salt. Add a pinch of each seasoning to the oil and mix together. You can also just use oil and salt.

  • How to cook potato chips. Homemade Microwave Potato Chips - Step 3
    Step 3

    Oil your microwave-safe plate! This step is important because you don't want the potatoes to stick. Now, place your potato slices onto the plate and brush on the seasoning oil. The more oil you put, the crispier the chips.

  • How to cook potato chips. Homemade Microwave Potato Chips - Step 4
    Step 4

    Microwave for 2-5 minutes, depending on the thickness of your slices. I recommend putting it in the microwave for intervals of 1 minute then checking. After the chips become crispy you can peel them off the plate and they are ready to eat! :)

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blurrymind
blurrymind · Alameda, California, US · 32 projects
This sounds so good but I don't know if I should attempt to try it. If I try it and it doesn't work then I'll feel like I just wasted money =/ But now I'm craving these
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Andrea K.
Andrea K. · Erlen, Thurgau, CH · 9 projects
They turned out veeeery tasty! =D thank you for the easy recipe
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Juliet J.
Juliet J. · Cuneo, Piemonte, IT · 63 projects
I tried and for me it worked! Thanks for the how to Happy
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EndureThyRath
EndureThyRath · Homeland, California, US
I wish it worked out like yours did :/ I seriosuly tried twice (different sets) and it never worked or came out even a little crispy Happy
Judy
Judy · Berkeley, California, US · 37 projects
aww, so sorry Happy I did do some experimenting beforehand and it usually worked for me... I found that more oil made it less soggy, and thicker chips worked better but it took longer. I guess our microwaves are different... Happy sorry I hope it works for other people!
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Juliet J.
Juliet J. · Cuneo, Piemonte, IT · 63 projects
Gotta try it!
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