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Unread 04-03-2009, 11:14 AM   #1
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Default Smoked Fried Potato Chips

I usually do these with plain potatoes, but wanted to try some smoked ones.
Also usually do this with raw potatoes and slice them thin.

I smoked some potatoes with a small bit of mesquite.



Sliced and dipped into flour...then into a beer batter. (any onion ring batter works)

Batter
1 cup flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
enough of 1 beer to make it the consistancy you like



Fried til golden...





Sprinkled with kosher salt.. dry rubs are good too..



They are crunchy on the outside and tender in the middle.



They were tasty! I couldn't taste the smokey flavor as much as I would have liked.
I like mine slced thin..the thinner the better.

Thanks for checking out my taters.
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As usual looking good that would be a good batter for pickle slices too.....
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...and good for fried jalapeno "bottlecaps", too.
Thanks for the recipe and outstanding photos.
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Very nice.............
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Thank you! I think I like anything battered and fried.
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Thumbs up Very Nice!

I'm going to try those next week!
I love smoked Taters. Great idea Cowgirl.

I have smoked a lot of Taters and I have found that if I Wave them for 3 minutes on High.
Let them cool, then slice. They will take on more smoke.
It must be a texture and pore thing. I'm not sure.

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PS: When are you going to do some Melons? I'd like to see those.


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Weiser, thanks for the tip! I will give that a try next time.
Melons huh....now ya got me thinking.

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Thanks for the recipe Cowgirl and you are a good photographer!!

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