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    Chips!!!

    Am addicted to chips, has anyone any healthy recipes for home made chips? Really appreciate your help, thankies ? xxx

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    Bake them instead of frying? Or try using sweet potato instead, different but delicious and good for you!x

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    Yes you should try to cook them , you can cut the potatoes round very slim and the add some nice condiments about them ..

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    Get an actifry. Honestly, I love mine to distraction!

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    Bake them and use frylight?

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    Sweet potato with a few sprays of fry light baked!

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    I'm not a fan of sweet potato fries but my mum loves them.


    A quick and simple 'recipie' is to cut a large potato into reasonably similar sized chips, wedges or even square types and boil them for about 8 or so minutes till it starts to get soft (but not so soft that they fall apart) and preheat the oven on GM7 whilst they boil.

    Drain them and line a baking tray with greaseproof paper, spray liberally with frylight (shake them around the paper for a bit so the bottoms are coated too) and then sprinkle with paprika and mixed herbs over the top. Bake for about 40 mins, shaking them around a bit again around halfway through so they're cooked through both sides.

    Tastes the same as chips to me and much healthier than frying or lathering in oil.

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    Definitely an acitfry! Taste amazing.





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