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Old 08-08-2008, 09:00 AM   #1
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ISO Korean sweet potato chips

I'm searching for a recipe for sweet potato chips with honey. My daughter thinks it's a Korean snack but it may very well be from another Asian country. Does anyone know how to make these or has a recipe to share? Thanks.

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Old 08-08-2008, 10:33 AM   #2
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You mean just like potato chips? Or something else? I guess it wouldn't be as simple as frying them up like potato chips and drizzling with honey
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Yes. Amanda says their just like potato chips with a touch of honey. I'm not sure if they're baked or fried. I guess I could try making them both ways to see what she likes better.
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That's a good idea to try both ways. And, did you get my PM?
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Hmmm, I just slice up my sweet potatoes and regular potatoes and put them in to my dehydrator to make chips. Microwave could be used too I hear. Very easy to brush on a thin coating of honey before being dried. It's done with bananas so why not sweet potatoes.
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I sliced the sweet potato very thin and my daughter fried them in vegetable oil, brushed them with honey and sprinkled them with salt. They are a very tasty snack. I'm going to stick some in the microwave oven and try them that way too.
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