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Cooking Chips

Post  wimplebum on 19.01.10 20:28

This is copied from our member Mo's post in another part of the forum. Thanks Mo, I am sure others will benefit from this recipe

I cooked chips (thicker than french fries) for the first time yesterday and they were gorgeous! This is what I did:
Preheat oven to 250C for 6 minutes
Slice potatoes into chips
Spread out evenly in a 9" non-stick baking pan
Toss with a small amount of virgin olive oil (you can omit this but makes them crisper)
Reduce oven heat to 200 and put pan on high rack
Cook for 10 minutes, turn them over then reduce temperature to 180 and cook 5 minutes more. Perfect!!

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Post  Bizzy Bee on 26.02.10 12:18

sounds good i will give it a go thanks x

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Post  cazone on 06.03.10 21:03

I have also tried cooking chips, I bought one of those mesh trays for cooking oven chips in, and this is how I cooked my chips.
First, I cut potatoes into chips, then I microwaved them for 10 minutes, preheat the oven for approx 5-10 mins, while chips are in microwave, after that, I tossed in a little oil (any oil you like, I prefer olive oil), then spread them out on the mesh tray.
Next, place on the top rack of the oven, and cook for approx 15 mins at 250c, turning halfway through, result, delicious, crispy chips!!

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Post  silversurfer on 29.03.10 19:05

I was cooking egg and chips for dinner tonight so tried one potato in the HO. I cut chips and put in microwave for 5 minutes first the drained and patted dry. I brushed with oil and put on top rack of HO but with the extender ring in place. I had them on about 175C while the other chips were cooking in the pan. They needed slightly longer but were sort of okay. I will definitely try them again.

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Post  fredabuk on 02.04.10 18:37

can I ask those ladies that say cook in micowave first do they put them in a bowl of water
thanks so much
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Post  silversurfer on 02.04.10 19:18

Yes I put mine in a bowl of water with some salt in.

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Post  mentalmickey on 14.04.12 10:15

many thanks just printing all info out you are a star

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Post  mo on 16.04.12 16:46

I put mine in a casserole with some water, put on the lid, and microwave, then dry, oil and halogen.

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Post  teapot on 27.04.12 15:08

i will give chips ago in mine now thank you all xx

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Post  june on 26.10.14 13:27

I have made lovely chips just by putting them in halo for 20 sprinkled with a little oil.

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