You might want to prepare yourselves for this, folks. Because I'm about to introduce something revolutionary to you. And I'm sure everyone and their mother have been making these for years, but it's new to me. Fat-free potato chips. And I'm not talking those little potato-eque wafers you get at the grocery store. I'm talking straight up potato chips, just as good as the full fat ones, just as crispy, and definitely just as tasty.
Follow me on this - potatoes, made in the microwave, with just a smidgen of cooking spray. Flavored with whatever spice combination floats your boat. I'm talking Old Bay, I'm talking chili powder with fresh lime, I'm talking freshly cracked black pepper and sea salt.
*This is also my entry in Sweetnick's Tuesday Anti-Oxidant Rich Food Roundup*
2 large potatoes, freshly scrubbed
parchment paper or wax paper
Thinly slice potatoes, using either a mandolin, or a regular vegetable peeler. Spray a sheet of parchment paper (or wax paper) lightly with cooking spray, and lay potatoes out in a single layer. Season with desired seasoning, and place in the microwave. Microwave on high, 5-7 minutes, until chips start to brown. Remove from the oven, and cool for a few seconds. Enjoy!
*And if you do make these, I'd love to know some more seasonings that worked for you