Roasted Potato Chips


We are all aware of the health risks of deep-fried food. But who can resist a plate of French fries? What if I tell you there is a way you can enjoy your potato chips without feeling guilty about those stubborn pimples or putting your heart at risk? Yes, I am talking about these roasted potatoes. They are perfectly crisp on the outside and do not come out soggy. The only downside to this dish compared to the fried one is that it takes longer time. But trust me, this will be worth the wait both for your health and taste buds.

2 large potatoes, peeled and sliced
1 teaspoon of garlic powder
½ teaspoon of red chili powder (more if u like)
½ teaspoon of pizza seasoning ( you can use only oregano as well)
1 teaspoon of salt (to taste) {*Start with little. You can always sprinkle salt after it comes out of the oven.}
½ teaspoon of ground black pepper
2-3 tablespoons of olive oil (enough to coat the potatoes)


1. Slice the potatoes thinly just like French fries.
2. Spread the potato slices on two separate plates and microwave each plate for 2 minutes. (This draws out the moisture and helps them crisp up — a trick, I learned from the youtuber Laura Vitale)
3. In a large bowl combine all the spices and mix in the oil.
4. Take the potatoes out of the microwave and coat them in the spice mixture.
5. Lay them out on a lined baking tray and put it inside the preheated (200 degree Celsius) oven.
6. Keep it in for 20 minutes. Check them after 15 minutes and make sure you don’t burn them.
7. Take it out and taste.
8. Sprinkle some salt if you feel like it needs more while it is still hot.

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