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How to Make Homemade Low Calorie Potato Chips

Almost everyone loves to eat potato chips despite high calorie they contain. For those who love to enjoy potato chips but don’t want to eat them in high calorie, you can try to make homemade low calorie potato chips. As the suggests, you don’t need to worry to eat high calorie in each potato chip since this recipe will teach you how to make low calorie potato chips.
How to Make Homemade Low Calorie Potato Chips

Ingredients to Make Homemade Low Calorie Potato Chips
In order to make homemade low calorie potato chips, you don’t need to spend much time and you don’t need to prepare many ingredients, too. You just need to spend 5 minutes to prepare the ingredients and 8 minutes to cook it. For one serving low calorie potato chips, you need to prepare 1 large potato. You don’t need to peel the potato but you only need to scrub and slice it thinly. Then, you also need to prepare ½ tsp of olive oil and salt or seasoning.

Directions to Make Homemade Low Calorie Potato Chips
The first stage to make homemade low calorie potato chips is pouring the olive oil in a plastic Ziploc bag with your preferred seasoning or spice. Then, put sliced potato in the plastic bag along with the seasoning, blow it up and shake it until all sliced potato is mixed with the seasoning.
Prepare a microwave-proof plate and arrange the sliced potato on it. Put the sliced potato in the microwave for 4 minutes. After 4 minutes, turn the potato chips over and oven them for 2 more minutes. Watch the chips until all of them turn into brown. If 6 minutes hasn’t changed the color of the chips, add 2 more minutes until all of them start to brown. Do it for all sliced potato you have.

The purpose to wait for them to brown is that they will crisp up after they turn into brown and if they haven’t means you potato chips fail. Take them out from the oven and let them cool before eating.

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