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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Windowpane Potato Chips

I had been perusing the September issue Cooking Light and came across the Windowpane potato chips so decided to make them for dinner instead of my standard mashed potatoes. They were a hit so will be making them again......soon. The best part is they are baked and not deep fried. Try them and I will bet you will be hooked, too!













Windowpane Potato Chips

2 medium baking potatoes
Cooking spray
Assorted fresh herb sprigs (such as dill, chives, and sage)
1/2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat oven to 400°.

2. Set mandoline on thinnest slicing setting. Cut each potato lengthwise into 28 slices using mandoline. Arrange potato slices in a single layer on several layers of paper towels; cover with additional paper towels, and press lightly. Let stand 5 minutes.

3. Arrange 14 potato slices in a single layer on each of 2 baking sheets coated with cooking spray. Place a small herb sprig on each potato slice; cover with another potato slice. Press gently to adhere. Coat potato stacks with cooking spray. Sprinkle evenly with salt. Working with one sheet at a time, cover potato stacks with parchment paper. Place an empty baking sheet on top of parchment paper; set a cast-iron or heavy ovenproof skillet on second baking sheet. Bake at 400° for 25 minutes.

4. Remove skillet. Remove baking sheets from oven; remove top baking sheet and parchment paper. Remove browned potato chips from pan; place on a wire rack. Turn any unbrowned potato chips over on sheet. Replace parchment paper and top baking sheet; return pan to oven. Replace skillet on top of baking sheet. Bake 5 minutes or until browned. Cool chips on wire racks. Repeat procedure with remaining potatoes. Store chips in an airtight container up to 2 days.

Yield: 7 servings (serving size: 4 chips)

CALORIES 53 FAT 0.3g FIBER 1.4g

Cooking Light, SEPTEMBER 2009









13 comments:

Debbie at Mountain Breaths said...

Now those sound wonderful, and very different from what I would normally serve. As soon as saw the herbs, I knew it was something I would make.

Jayne said...

Oh, wow, are those ever pretty! Nice job, M.

Dishesdone said...

Those look great! Very elegant looking potatoes!
Kind of similar to the Tattooed Potatoes that Monique had made on the CF? but yours are thin, I'd love them!

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Wow, Mimi! Those are beautiful! You should join Designs by Gollum for Foodie Friday. I LOVE your header! What a beautiful kitty! You've got me beat...I only have four! lol Happy week!...Debbie

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

PS...I forgot to say that I scrolled down and enjoyed having a peek at your dish stash! lol

Michelle said...

OH MY...so pretty! Love it that they are baked and not fried.

BTW, orange kitties are my favorite!

Karine said...

These potato chips look delish! thanks for sharing:)

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

This are too fun!! I bookmarked this one as I will definitely have to try these!! thank you for sharing! And thank you so much for coming over and saying hi!!

blessings
mary

Gail said...

Wow you have quite a collection of dishes. Loved your fall tablescape. Enjoyed your blog....it made me hungry. Thanks for visiting mine an leaving such a nice comment.

Blessings,
Gail

Kathleen said...

They look great! But 4? Come on, I need 6..
:)

Barbara said...

Those are beautiful! That's a marvelous idea- layering the herbs; they must be delicious. What a treat!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

I need to try this again before all of my herbs are frozen! Yours are beautiful!

Sean K. Sullivan said...

I saw these long ago in a very posh restaurant and wondered how they did it. Thanks for sharing the secret.