By far one of my favorite recipes from this site. Store bought chips pale in comparison. Here are some tips:
1. Use PAM to spray the plate you will cook on. Compared to just oiling the plate, PAM guaranteed a no-stick situation. If you want to oil the plate instead, stop the cooking midway through to pry the chips a bit from the plate with a fork and then let them cook through.
2. Dipping the chips in a small saucer with oil worked better than the bag method.
3. The power of your microwave determines the cooking time. I have a 1200w oven - it takes about 5 1/2 minutes, with each successive batch taking a bit less time. Check often! They go from pale to burnt quick quickly.
4. Don't be afraid to let them get a bit brown and wait for them to cool to get really crispy.
Have fun with the toppings. A little brown sugar, smoked paprika, onion powder, mustard powder, garlic salt and pepper mix tossed with the chips fresh out of the microwave gives you a nice BBQ chip flavor.
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By far one of my favorite recipes from this site. Store bought chips pale in comparison. ...