Terra Blues My Arse


I made my own blue potato chips last night and they came out quite good… and low fat. I think they would be better if higher in fat (read: fried) but mine came out pretty tasty none the less.

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Place cookie sheet in oven to warm.
  3. Slice blue potatoes very thin, preferably using a mandolin for uniform thickness.
  4. Lay out on paper towels and pat dry to remove all moisture.
  5. Remove warm cookie sheet and coat with non-stick cooking spray, (I like the PAM Professional High Heat).
  6. Place potato slices in single layer on sheet.
  7. Lightly spray top of slices with a little more PAM.
  8. Sprinkle with fresh ground sea salt and finely chopped fresh sage.
  9. Bake on lower rack for 10 minutes or until light brown (may be less time depending on how thin your slices are… be careful).
  10. Turn slices over, sprinkle with more salt and bake for another 5 minutes (again, watch for done-ness).
  11. EAT!

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