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sexy chips

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Serves 2

we call these sexy chips, there healthy & hearty & there chips!!!

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  • two large baking potatos
  • olive oil
  • freshly ground sea salt & pepper to taste


    1. oil your baking tray lightly with some olive oil & place in a hot oven at 180C, fan 160C gas5
    2. cut the baking potato's into chips the thickness of your fingers, good sized even chips work best. I try to leave the skin on but they can be peeled either works well.
    3. plunge the chips into boiling water for about 3 to 5 minutes. drain the chips off and tip straigth onto the oiled baking tray from the oven.
    4. brush over all the chips with oil in the tray, sprinkle with a little salt & pepper to taste, then place in the oven for 30 minutes
    5. check on the chips from time to time give them a little brush of oil & turn them.
    6. the chips are done when they are golden brown & soft to the give.

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5th Jul, 2008
you can add all different spices to this, cajun etc, sometimes I place a few crush cloves of garlic with the chips to flavor them as they cook, the trick is to get the oil hot! they are a cross between chips, wedges, roast & jacket potato
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