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Top Rated Potato Chip Recipes

Chilaques
Chilaquiles is a Mexican dish that uses leftover tortillas, crisped, as the base for a topping of a sauce, cheese, and eggs (or chicken). Just as a frittata uses up extra sautéed vegetables and yesterday’s pasta, or as fried rice makes the most of Sunday night’s dried-out takeout, Chilaquiles takes these ingredients and makes them each transcend their individual taste value into a dish that you would never think was composed of leftovers. I’d had in mind, actually, to make something more like Migas, a Spanish dish of leftovers — stale tortilla chips specifically. In Migas, the tortilla chips (or tortillas or just bread) are scrambled with the eggs, but there was no way I was scrambling my chips in with my eggs. Why? Because, wanting to make use of the mandoline I got for Christmas, I decided to make fresh, homemade potato chips. (I had neither tortillas nor tortilla chips, incidentally. I can’t figure out where the decision to make Chilaquiles or Migas came from in the first place.) The chips were warm, thin, salty — so good — and I didn’t want to sacrifice their crispness to the eggs. So I subverted tradition, made chips solely for the purpose of using them in a leftover-inspired plate of food, and enjoyed the fresh fried-ness of my lunch. — Cara Click here to see 7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Make with Potato Chips.
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The Accidental Locavore was thinking about prepared foods you could make on your own, when it occurred to me that I'd seen a recipe somewhere for making potato chips in the microwave. Since there were a few Yukon Golds lurking in the fridge, why not give it a try? It gave me an excuse to get out my favorite piece of kitchen gear — my mandoline. While it’s not something I use very often it holds a special place in my heart, as it was the very first gift I got from my husband — pretty cool, right?  Other than the mandoline (or some really great knife skills), these don’t require any gear and are really easy.  Click here to see 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make in a Microwave
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The ideal potato chip is the combination of salty flavor, crunchy texture, and a hint of oil for taste. Being diligent about the width of your chip and exactly how you fry it is the only way you'll achieve that. For the non-traditional, a little barbecue or sour cream and onion seasoning is the perfect way to spice it up in addition to some salt. 
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Potato-Chip Chicken
This recipe sounds like it might be a joke, but it’s really dynamite. Chicken drumsticks with a potato chip crust—what could be bad? Crunchcrunchcrunch, with tender succulent chicken under the crunch. After I tasted it at my friend Dorothy Lee’s house, I had to get the recipe. It’s fun to make, fun to eat, and as addictive as potato chips. And, of course, kids just love it.You have to use rippled potato chips, and not low-salt or no-salt. Then you’ll salt it all again—but don’t worry, it’s not too salty in the end.Excerpted from A Real Southern Cook in Her Savannah Kitchen, © 2015 by Dora Charles. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved. 
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Fresh Potato Chips
There is absolutely no reason to buy potato chips from the grocery store. The ones you make at home are fresher, healthier, and far more flavorful. Taters are so good naturally, they really don’t need much embellishment. This simple recipe relies on salt and pepper, but it can easily be customized for those with a more adventurous palate. If you are like me — and enjoy your chips at both extremes (crazy mushy and a little bit burnt) — just take them out a bit early or leave them in a little longer. Click here to see Potato Recipes That Aren't Boring.
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Potato Chip Pasta
We love potato chips. We use them in a variety of preparations, from stuffings to ice cream, so making the leap to pasta dough wasn’t as crazy as it may sound. After all, potato chips go with almost anything. Think of all those dips. Although we originally tried to make this with actual potato chips, the dough was too greasy. Using toasted, ground potato flakes gives it that nutty flavor without the added fat. The potato flakes, sometimes labeled instant mashed potatoes, are easily found in the supermarket. It doesn’t take much effort to toast the flakes and grind them into flour, and the results will make you feel like a kid again. The dough can be cut into noodles or used to make ravioli. The potato chip pasta is delicious tossed with brown butter, parsley, and lemon, perhaps served alongside soft-shell crabs or sweet Maine lobster. Adapted from "Ideas in Food" by Aki Kamozawa and H. Alexander Talbot
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Potato Chip Cookies
For me, I love the crunch factor that is added to this cookie that is reminiscent of shortbread. And it does seem that something old is new again, as these potato chip cookies find themselves on the cutting-edge of the trend of having a salt component added to a sweet treat. Might I add fair warning… they are addictive. Don't mumble through a mouthful that I didn't warn you! Click here to see 7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Make with Potato Chips.
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Potato Chip Crusted Flounder
What's the secret to the fantastic crust in this easy fish dish? Why, crushed potato chips. There's nothing wrong with having a little fun in the kitchen, and this dish, currently on the menu at The Shed at Glenwood in Atlanta, is definitely fun to make. Click here to see 7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Make with Potato Chips.
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Coconut Oil Sweet Potato Chips
A healthy alternative to store-bought potato chips, make these sweet potato chips with coconut oil and a guilt-free snack. For the spice blend, use a combination of spices like garlic powder, onion powder, and thyme, or whatever you’re in the mood for! Recipe courtesy of Vita Coco.
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Barbecue Beef Brisket and Sweet Potato Chips
I really enjoyed making this brisket. Not sure I've ever had brisket before, but it's really tasty! I will say that this is on the spicy side, but a lot of that had to do with the barbecue sauce I used. If you don't want it quite as spicy, eliminate some of the spicy spices below and use a sweeter BBQ sauce. See all beef recipes.
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Potato Chip Frittata
Have I gone off the deep end? Perhaps, a little. But this actually kind of works. High-brow meets low-brow in this quick and dirty brunch dish that takes just minutes to prepare. Grana and Lay's? Match made in heaven. Who knows, though — perhaps it's just the salt. Click here to see 7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Make with Potato Chips.
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Sweet Potato Chips
Grocery store aisles are now packed with snacks claiming to be healthy, but there's nothing quite like making your own snacks at home. These chips are a twist on the classic that add a little spice to the already sweet flavor of sweet potatoes. You can make a large batch and then store them for whenever you want a quick and healthy treat.
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