Homemade Potato Chips with Murray River Salt

Jan 29th
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This is the perfect snack for your Super Bowl Party. For those of you that have been reading my Facebook page, I made these before I started my exercise regimen! There is nothing better than a homemade potato chip, sprinkled with Murray River Salt. The potato chips and the salt are light, delicate, and crunchy! You can serve these with onion dip or the dip of your preference. I just like them plain. If you don’t have this type of salt, any salt will do. This particular one comes from the basin of Australia’s largest river. I also recommend using a mandolin slicer on the thinnest setting. If you don’t have one, you should invest in one of the best kitchen gadgets ever. They are not very expensive anymore, and can be used for a number of ingredients. I also used Yukon gold potatoes for this recipe, but any Idaho potato will do.

gawker1I really am trying to eat healthier, and as I mentioned before, I started an exercise program for myself. I’m walking three miles a day, five days a week! I’m also trying to cut carbs, but every once in a while it’s okay to indulge, like for instance these fabulous Potato chips! Let me know what your making for this big Super Bowl Sunday! Thanks for reading and thanks so much for the comments, love, Stacey

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Homemade Potato Chips with Murray River Salt

Ingredients:

Recipe by Stacey Evans
Serves 4 to 6
• 5 Yukon Gold Potatoes peeled
• 1 quart of peanut oil
• Murry River Salt, or any salt


Directions:

1. With a Mandolin slicer on the thinnest setting, slice all the potatoes. And place in a large bowl.
2. Heat oil in a wok or deep frying pan over medium high heat. When it starts to smoke, add potatoes in small batches, turning over as they get brown, when brown on both sides remove to paper towel to drain and sprinkle with salt. Add remaining potatoes, and be sure to cook in small batches, don't overcrowd. Sprinkle with salt while hot and serve with your favorite dip.

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