Another How to Make Your Own Potato Chips in the Microwave
The internet has no shortage of fun and useful cooking and recipe tips and tricks to use and make your life a little easier or to just try something new. This "Another How to Make Your Own Potato Chips in the Microwave," recreates your favorite snack recipe in the microwave.
Who knew you could make your own potato chips in a microwave so easily. This potato chip recipe is fun to do if you are having a potato chip craving and you don't want to leave the house. All you need is a potato, and some olive oil, a microwave safe plate and a vegetable slicer, and of course a microwave. To start you will want to slice the potato thinly. For the full recipe details you'll want to watch this fun video.
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The potato is a starchy, tuberous crop from the perennial nightshade family. In the Andes, where the potato is indigenous there are some other closely related cultivated potato species. Potatoes were introduced outside the Andes region approximately four centuries ago, and have since become an important part of much of the world's food supply. Potatoes are the world's fourth largest food crop, followed by maize, wheat, and rice. Potatoes are often classified as high on the glycemic index and are often excluded from the diets of individuals trying to follow a low GI diet. The GI of potatoes can vary considerably depending on type (such as red, russet, or white), origin, preparation methods, whether they are eaten hot or cold, whether it is mashed or cubed or consumed whole, and with what it is consumed.
Popular potato dishes include mashed potatoes, whole baked potatoes,boiled or steamed potatoes, French fried potatoes or chips, cut into cubes and roasted potatoes, scalloped, diced, or sliced and fried (home fries), grated into small thin strips and fried (hash browns), grated and formed into dumplings, Rösti or potato pancakes.
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