Garlic Parmesan Potato chips. With only 5 ingredients Garlic Parmesan Potato Chips are super easy to make at home. Perfect for a snack, with lunch or a party! everyone will love these easy to make homemade potato chips.
Garlic Parmesan Potato Chips
When I was on vacation a few years ago I had these amazing garlic Parmesan fries. I loved them so much that I came up with quite a few different garlic parmesan recipes including garlic parmesan chicken wings, garlic parmesan sweet potato fries and garlic parmesan chicken. I love homemade potato chips and thought what an amazing flavor it would be to make some homemade garlic parmesan chips. Boy was I right and everyone in my house devoured these easy homemade potato chips.
Easy Potato Recipes
- Easy Baked Potato
- Classic Potato Salad
- Hasselback potatoes
- Baked Sweet Potatoes
- Microwave Sweet Potatoes
- Bacon Ranch Potato Salad
- Smashed Sweet Potatoes
Tips for the Best Homemade Potato Chips
- Be sure to slice them evenly – and thinly. Use a mandolin for the easiest way to get even sliced potatoes.
- Don’t skip the water soak. You want to remove any excess starch so they fry up nicely.
- Keep an even frying temperature to avoid burning the chips. Allow the oil to return to temperature between each batch of potatoes you put in.
- Dry the potatoes to remove excess moisture before frying.
- Do not over crowd the chips in the pan while you are frying them.
- Do not stack hot chips on top of cooled chips.
- Sprinkle toppings while the chips are still warm.
How much oil is needed for making potato chips?
The oil needs to be 1.5 inches deep in your pan. For my 10 inch pan I used just a little less than half of a 61 oz bottle of Peanut oil. It will vary based on the size of the pan you are using to fry in.
What are the best potatoes to use for homemade chips?
Potatoes that are fresh, firm and not sprouted are a must for making homemade chips. You can use either russet potatoes, red potatoes or Idaho potatoes.
Why do you soak potatoes in water before frying to make chips?
It is important not to skip the water soaking step. This step in the chip making process removes the sugars and starch from the potato and makes them fry-able. If you skip this step you will end up with soggy, uncrispy chips.
Why are my homemade potato chips greasy?
Leaving the potato slices in the oil too long when cooking will make them greasy. Be careful not to leave them in the oil when cooking for too long. When the potato runs out of moisture inside while cooking this will cause them to become greasy.
What is the best oil for frying potato chips?
I personally prefer using peanut oil, I like the flavor that they get however you can also use canola oil.
How to Store Garlic Parmesan Homemade Potato Chips
These chips are best enjoyed right away, the day they’re made. Since they’re made with no preservatives, they do not last as long as a regular bag of chips. Any chips not eaten immediately show be stored in an airtight container at room temperature. They’ll last for up to 2 days.
What to Serve with Homemade Potato Chips
You can serve your homemade chips with virtually any dip – or none at all! Depending on the flavor you add, you might just find yourself eating these by the handful with no dip at all.
If serving these for a party, I’ll usually add a dip or two. A few of my favorite chip dips are:
Garlic Parmesan Potato Chips Ingredients
- Idaho or red potatoes
- Peanut oil
- Popcorn Salt
- Garlic powder
- Parmesan cheese
Garlic Parmesan Potato Chips Directions
Slice your potatoes so they are a 1/8 thick.
In a large mixing bowl fill it up with ice cold water place your potatoes in the water and let them soak for an hour.
Remove your potatoes from the water and let them dry in between paper towels or dishcloth. Making sure they are extra dry.
Heat your oil to 400° in a cast iron pan or fryer.
Working in small batches add your potatoes to the oil to create an layer of chips. When they start getting golden brown along the edges turn over and cook until their golden brown on each side.
Remove the potatoes from the oil and place them onto a sheet pan lined with a cooling rack let them sit for a minute and then transfer them to a bowl and season liberally with salt, garlic powder and cheese.
Continue this with the remainder of the potatoes.
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- Air Fryer Frozen Mozzarella sticks
- Air Fried Pierogies
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Garlic Parmesan Potato Chips
- Slice your potatoes so they are a 1/8 thick.
- In a large mixing bowl fill it up with ice cold water place your potatoes in the water and let them soak for an hour.
- Remove your potatoes from the water and let them dry in between paper towels or dishcloth. Making sure they are extra dry.
- Heat your oil to 400° in a cast iron pan or fryer.
- Working in small batches add your potatoes to the oil to create an layer of chips. When they start getting golden brown along the edges turn over and cook until their golden brown on each side.
- Remove the potatoes from the oil and place them onto a sheet pan lined with a cooling rack let them sit for a minute and then transfer them to a bowl and season liberally with salt, garlic powder and cheese.
- Continue this with the remainder of the potatoes.
Approximately 9 Weight Watchers SmartPoints