7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Make with Potato Chips Slideshow
Trout almondine may be a classic, but it's time for an update. Try this Potato Chip-Crusted Flounder recipe from chef Todd Richards at The Shed at Glenwood in Atlanta.
Nobody's going to tout the potato chip as a healthy alternative to anything, but it is a decent alternative to bacon if you want to add a little crunch to your morning brunch.
This one's been a long time coming — the ultimate hangover cure is much improved with the use of potato chips.
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OK, OK, so strictly speaking, Fritos aren't potato chips — they're made from corn. But, we thought that this recipe was just too fun not too include.
Ditch plain fried corn tortilla strips and instead turn up the volume on flavor with some Fritos in this Tex-Mex-style salad.
This frozen dessert has a little surprise in the middle but we won't spoil it for you.
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.
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Can't get enough of potato chips? It’s not difficult to create the perfect chip at home, you just have to respect the science behind it.
Feeling adventurous now? Bet you never thought of using ketchup like how it's used in these recipes.
Just as potato chips go great in your cooking, they also go great with dip.
If you love your potato chips with dip, check out these five awesome platters to serve them in.