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Potatoes need to be cooked before they are edible (or at least palatable). Dehydrators only remove water from food, it does not cook the food. So if you want to crisp potato chips, without frying it in oil, you might try steaming potato slices (slice them thicker than normal so that they will hold shape after steaming. About 10 minutes of strong steaming ...


I'm not clear on what you are trying to achieve with the dehydrator. I see three options for you. Option 1: no dehydrator, just deep fry in oil. This is probably the most traditional. Option 2: use the dehydrator briefly (a matter of 10 - 30 minutes) to dry the potato slices. This would create less splattering when frying. Option 3: Cook the potato ...

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