Video: make potato chips yourself - delicious & healthy

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Sometimes the hieper is pretty big on something salty and greasy. Most people then prefer to grab a bag of potato chips. Mmmh delicious, but unfortunately quite unhealthy. Purchased chips are full of flavor enhancers, preservatives, and dyes. As it always is. You can feast the potato chips without guilty conscience, if they are homemade. Too expensive? Not at all! Of course, you have to do something more than tearing open the bag and reaching in, but it's not that hard.

Anyone who has often toyed with the homemade potato chips should not wait any longer. On his YouTube Channel, I cook today... a very simple guide to delicious potato chips that you would like to access at once. Depending on the taste you can experiment with the spices a bit. If you like it spicy, add some chilli powder or cayenne pepper, if you like it more classic, then pepper and salt is the right choice. Onion and garlic powder are also suitable spices for delicious chips. Just try a little bit around.

My advice:

To avoid the nasty fat, you can also make the chips in the oven or in the microwave.

" Preparation in the oven: Preheat the oven to a temperature of 220 degrees Celsius (top and bottom heat). Meanwhile, coat the baking tray with oil and spread the potato slices on top. Brush them again with oil and then put in the oven. If the crisps are crispy brown, you can take them out and let them cool on a grid. Then season as desired.

»Preparation in the microwave: When preparing in the microwave you do without oil. Here, the potato slices are put on shashlik skewers and then placed in the microwave at about 700 watts for 10 minutes. Make sure that the potato slices do not touch each other when plugging in, and in the meantime stop the microwave oven to prevent the chips from burning. If the crisps are crispy enough, then just let cool briefly, remove from the skewer and refine with spices as desired.

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