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Baked Red Potato Chips

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Have you ever tried the “air bake” method? I discovered it a couple years ago while watching some healthy cooking shows and it’s really pretty brilliant. You basically set a cooling/baking rack into a cookie sheet and whatever food (potatoes, veggies, breaded chicken) bakes up on all side making it a little more crisp then if it was just laying in the the baking dish itself.

I have made these baked potato chips several times using this method and I love how they turn out. Crisp on the outside but still “potatoey” if you know what I mean. The thinner you slice them the crisper they get. They make a great “no guilt” side to any burger or sandwich.

Red potatoes are my favorite because they are low in starch and hold their shape well so they stay firmer. I love leaving the skins on for the nutrition and the more rustic look and taste…and to be honest, I’m just too lazy to peel potatoes so I pretty much never do.

Serve these alongside my super simple Blackened Fish Sandwich with Cilantro-Lime Mayonnaise for a great meal!

Enjoy!

Homemade Baked Red Potato Chips

Recipe from Aggie’s Kitchen

6-8 medium red potatoes, sliced thin
1-2 tsp olive oil
salt and pepper

In a medium bowl, gently toss potatoes with olive oil and salt and pepper. Place potato slices on baking/cooling rack placed into a cookie sheet**. Bake in 425 degree oven for approximately 15-20 minutes or until golden brown and crisp.

**using a baking/cooling rack placed into a cookie sheet is important for air baking and keeping both sides of potato slices crisp**

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Aggie Goodman was a regular contributor to Babble's Family Kitchen. Her staples included some gorgeous dishes — like salmon with tropical fruit salsa or a kicked-up cucumber salad — as well as behind-the-scenes looks at what goes into making them. More of her recipes can be found on her personal blog, Aggie's Kitchen. Read bio and latest posts → Read aggieskitchen's latest posts →

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  1. ALison @ Ingredients, Inc. says:

    These look wonderful!

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