OMG, what a great recipe! And so simple too. After purchasing a mandoline the other day, I went searching for a recipe to try it out. I took the suggestions about the parchment paper and used the setting just under 1/8" for crinkle cut. I used a paper towel to dry the slices and sprayed the paper with PAM, laid out the slices, and sprayed again, then added some salt and garlic powder(I like garlic chips). After about 7 minutes I took them from the microwave as they started to brown as others recommended, but they didn't crisp up after a few minutes(the front was crisp but the side next to the paper was a little soggy, so I turned them over and put them back in for another 3 minutes. They came out perfect!! I will definitely make these again.
**UPDATE** My husband suggested using the microwave plate we use for bacon(the kind with raised ridges),and the chips really came out well. It is probably because they were able to crisp underneath due to the raised surface. I did about 9 1/2 minutes in the microwave to get the right consistency, but I am sure it will vary.
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OMG, what a great recipe! And so simple too. After purchasing a mandoline the other day, I...