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How to make greatcrispy/dry potato chips/crisps?

I've tried frying chips a few times, but, even though it's fun and taste'stastes relatively good, I was left wondering how do you make your Chips be morethey did not turn out like Lay'scommercial potato chips for example(such as Lay's). In contrast, myMy homemade chips soaked up too much oil, making them slightly too 'wet', for the lack of a better word. Commercial chips in general are much drier than my homemadeshomemade chips, and I presume less oil per chip correlates to less calories per chip. How do you

So how can I make great potato chips that are more like the commercial kind?

How to make great potato chips/crisps?

I've tried frying chips a few times, but, even though it's fun and taste's relatively good, I was left wondering how do you make your Chips be more like Lay's chips for example. In contrast, my homemade chips soaked up too much oil, making them slightly too 'wet', for the lack of a better word. Commercial chips in general are much drier than my homemades, and I presume less oil per chip correlates to less calories per chip. How do you make great potato chips?

How to make crispy/dry potato chips/crisps?

I've tried frying chips a few times, but, even though it's fun and tastes relatively good, they did not turn out like commercial potato chips (such as Lay's). My homemade chips soaked up too much oil, making them slightly too 'wet', for the lack of a better word. Commercial chips in general are much drier than my homemade chips, and I presume less oil per chip correlates to less calories per chip.

So how can I make potato chips that are more like the commercial kind?

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How to make great potato chips/crisps?

I've tried frying chips a few times, but, even though it's fun and taste's relatively good, I was left wondering how do you make your Chips be more like Lay's chips for example. In contrast, my homemade chips soaked up too much oil, making them slightly too 'wet', for the lack of a better word. Commercial chips in general are much drier than my homemades, and I presume less oil per chip correlates to less calories per chip. How do you make great potato chips?