I made these and I do not have a mandolin but a cheese shredder with a long slot side worked. I also did one I sliced thin by hand. (They were so good this gave me a reason to use the other half the potato!)These are really good too. One slice was a little too thick and it was chewy. Oh, it did increase the time to 3 minutes each side in my microwave for the handsliced ones since they were not as thin.
Did you wait until they started to turn brown? I have noticed that sometimes it takes a LONG time for that to happen and sometimes a short time. Depends on how many I do and what I cook them on. Maybe that would help?
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You make these in the microwave and I was VERY skeptical. I am a potato chip fanatic and I LOVE Lays. The baked variety just don't do it for me. But WAIT until you try these!! I only made them once and in the experimental stages, but I am going to try JUST cooking spray and maybe BBQ seasonings? Anyway, these ARE the real deal. You will be so happy!!! They are sooooo crispy and delish!
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