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1/15/13 1:51 A

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Yes you have to cut them very thin,, bake at 350.....Watch.Watch....So Good ....yumyum

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10/18/12 5:56 P

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You can also cook them in the microwave, you have to watch them though or they will burn as well.

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10/15/12 11:34 A

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I'll give that a try. Thanks!

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10/13/12 5:58 P

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The trick is to cut them extremely thin like a potato chip. Also decrease oven to 375 degrees. You can also spray a little olive or canola oil. Hope this helps.

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10/13/12 10:56 A

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Does anyone have any suggestions/how-to's on how to make sweet potato chips? I tried last night and it was an utter failure. Sliced them thin, sprinkled with cinnamon and VERY little sugar. Most of them burned (oven was 400) even though I was watching. (Ok, maybe not watching well enough. I was grilling BBQ chicken as well.) The ones that didn't weren't chip-like and more dry on the outside and gooey on the inside.

Thanks everyone!

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