Every one loves to eat potato wafers. Here is the tested recipe for homemade potato chips. Once you try this, you would stop buying it from outside. Have a look at how to make tasty potato wafers at home
I don’t know a single person who does not love Potato chips (If we keep the calories aside). It is a very thin slice of potato which is usually fried and mixed with salt / masala. My kids love this snack, though I keep a control on it, but still I used to purchase the family pack after every 3-4 days.
Just last month, one of my friend who owns a farm and grows her own organic vegetables, gave me a bag full of brown potatoes. Like every one of us, I refused to take so much of these starch-filled vegetables but then my friend suggested making potato wafers / chips out of it which of course I can keep for the next few months. I liked the idea.
Viola! The next day, I called up my mom to ask the recipe ( my favourite reference for traditional recipes ), and she gave me two recipes. I tried it and both types of chips came out really well.
So, I thought of sharing with you.
The first type of chips is when you slice them and immediately fry them. They taste really good and the shelf life is at the most 1 week depending how humid your area is.
The other type is when you completely dry the chips and store them nicely in an air-tight box. You can fry them whenever you need them. The dry chips can be kept for almost a year if they have been dried properly.
The initial steps are same for both the potato chips recipes.
So far, steps for the first type when you immediately fry them.
These potato chips are good as a snack or go very well with a meal. Instead of frying, you can try the baking method also. Try out today at home, you and your kids would love them.
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