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Baked Potato Chips

Recipe photo courtesy of Krause, Johansen

Potato chips are the natural accompaniment to our Tuna Nicoise Sandwiches; ours are sliced russets that are baked, not fried.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2005
Total Time Prep Servings



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  • wingsonwater
    24 JAN, 2017
    I DON'T THINK SO, SCOOTER. 10 minutes at 375 just burned mine black. I'm thinking that somewhere I saw 200 degrees or 225 for 25-30 minutes, turning once. Still looking for confirmation on that. But this is excessive time at excessive heat.
    • songbirdm3
      11 MAR, 2019
      I made these exactly as directed and had to cook them for 40 minutes. I would cut the salt at least in half as they were so salty I couldn’t eat them. I love the idea though and will make them again with some changes 😋
  • whereismemama
    18 SEP, 2018
    Good but my potato chips came out very burnt!Would recommend soaking to rid of the starch beforehand.
  • Sarah Girton
    1 FEB, 2015
    I followed this recipe to a T: oven temp, ingredients, slice width, and all, and they were all burnt in 20 minutes when I went to check on them. I have no idea what I did wrong!
    • karinaandrade2
      1 AUG, 2018
      Okay.... my bad..... I just realized my oven does not work... it does not heat up properly!
    • karinaandrade2
      1 AUG, 2018
      While the potato chips are amazing. The timing was way off for me. They have been in there for 37 minuets now and counting and they aren’t golden yet!! I took out a couple to try them and they are good but not even slightly golden! So I upped the temperature to 400 degrees.
    • nnatkl
      7 AUG, 2017
      i wonder 400'C or F , My guessing is 400F = 204 degree Celcus
  • kyjere
    4 NOV, 2014
    I used Yukon potatoes and paprika as this is what I had on hand. I cooked it about 25 minutes on each side, a total of 50 minutes. I served them with ranch dressing. Very good, my picky kids even ate them up. Definitely a keeper recipe.
  • ECJFLA44
    16 MAR, 2014
    Martha has a convection oven, so your timing may be quite different. Also I use a veg peeler to slice my chips thinner.
  • Lauren W
    29 JAN, 2014
    My oven is EXTREMELY true to temperature, but my "chips" were nowhere near done at the 30-minute mark. I had to double the time and then some, probably close to 1 hour, 15 minutes for them to be crispy like chips. The potatoes really need to be sliced with a mandolin to get them as thin as they need to be to be done in a half hour. 1/4 inch is far too thick.
  • arabrab26
    18 OCT, 2013
    Love Martha Stewart recipes....HATE the fact that I cannot print them!!!!!
  • KittyKittyHomo
    22 SEP, 2013
    The crisps burnt before the timer was done. I was disappointed by that.
  • MimiStarr
    2 SEP, 2013
    I would so love you folks to let us easily print a recipe. Most of your formats - even this new Beta one does not show an icon to print. I have read comments from other people on the same subject. It is frustrating.!!!
  • Andre Amisy
    19 MAR, 2013
    Lightly coat 2 rimmed baking sheets with cooking spray; set aside. Put potatoes, oil, 1 tablespoon salt, and the cayenne in a large bowl; season with pepper. Toss to combine.

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