I love wafers.. May it be Lays or Pringles or Uncle Chips… “Bole mere lips I love chips…”:) SO I tried making some myself, not the usual oily fried one’s but something healthier in a microwave.. and guess what they were just lovely and very addictive..:)
Preparation Time:- 10 mins | Cooking Time:– 5 mins | Serves:- 2 people (Me and my husband could not stop..:))
- 2-3 medium/large sized Potato (Aaloo)
- 1/2 tea spoon salt
- 1 tea spoon Refined Oil (May increase depending upon the size of the microwave safe dish)
Peel and chop the potatoes as we do for chips. Make sure you chop them really thin, as the thinner the potatoes are chopped the more crispy the chips will turn out.
Soak the chopped potatoes in water and add the salt to the water for about 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes remove the chips from the water and pat them dry on a clean cloth.
Grease a flat microwave safe dish with oil and spread the potatoes on it, one at a time. Do not stack the potatoes.
Now sprinkle any seasoning of your choice on the potatoes, chaat masala, oregano, chilli flakes can be used.
On the Highest power (100%) of the microwave bake them for around 5 mins. If the chips are not thinly sliced then it might take 6 mins.
The time may also vary on the maximum power of the microwave. My Microwave has maximum of 750 W.
Once done remove the layer of chips and repeat the same for others as well.
- Enjoy at tea time along with a hot cup of tea or coffee.
Sending this recipe to Virtual Birthday Party Event:
And to Fun-Fair Food Event