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SW chips!

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We have these after weigh in every tuesday as they feel a little naughty :) Delicious sprinkled with tomato and chilli herbs with grated cheese and loadsssss of vinegar! My favourite :) Only 12 hours to wait....xx
 

Mrs V

Loves Life!
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I love SW chips! I do these for my 4 year old now instead of anything else when she fancies chips too.
 

alwyn

Silver Member
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I love these, but found I had better results with them when I didn't parboil them, just bunged them in the oven for half an hour!
 

tarka

Full Member
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I do these at least once a week now - I tend to leave the skin on and cut them into wedge shapes though as they brown better in the oven (and less turning!). Always boil/steam them first though and then just cook them for as long as they take and turn mid-way through. Yum indeed! An extra spritz of fry light as needed and seasoning them helps imho :)
 
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Can S/W chips be frozen at any stage (ie part boil then spray and freeze etc)?

Just be nice to get a box from the freezer and bung in the oven when in a hurry!
 

dudette2001uk

I will be a Princess!
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There's no reason why you couldn't part boil them, then allow them to dry out before freezing. I'd probably freeze them in a single layer on a tray to stop them sticking together, then transfer them into abag or box! xx

P.S. SW chips for me tonight, mmmmmmmmmmm! :D
 
#11
I love SW chips! Love to have them with poached eggs with runny yolks of course - makes me feel like am eating something naughty.

Really different option is to drizzle some marmite over about half way through roasting them in the oven! Lovely - if you like marmite that is.
 


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