- Adjustable mandoline included
- Nonstick silicone surface
- Ventilation holes for two-sided cooking
- Hand protector for safety when slicing
- Dishwasher safe
- Compatible with standard microwave ovens
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This is a great product to use. Makes chips quickly and naturally, no chemicals needed and you control the sodium content if any. My only issue with the product itself is that I wish the mandolin were slightly wider to actually accomodate larger new potatoes. It sill gets the job done though. My second issue is that I wish I had gone to the product website first to check the pricing. You can get two for the price of one and since they are stackable it would have been a better option. If you aren't interested in two you could always give one as a gift.
The Chips Maker set works well, though getting the best results requires a little experimentation. Microwave ovens vary in power, and mine took an extra minute to fully cook the chips. The little slicer works well, but is a little difficult to hold, and is not adjustable. I have a Bron mandoline, so can make chip slices of varying thickness, and easier, but most cooks probably don't have one. More trials are needed to season the chips after cooking, whether or not to spray with oil, etc. The silicone plate will make only about 12 chips at a time, so producing a good amount is tedious, though more than one can be used. The device should also be sold without the slicer. I bought this to avoid the high fat and salt store-bought chips, and this is does, and eventually will learn to get the best results. Generally a good product.
Works as advertised--healthy, no oil chips. Recommend using maximum three trays to minimize cooking time. Eat chips right away as they lose their crunch quickly.
4 out of 5 stars, based on 72 ratings
79% of reviewers recommend this product
80% say this is a "good value"
It works exactly as advertised once I adjusted the cooking time to the power of my microwave. I've recommended the product to several friends who, like me, are trying to keep a low fat lifestyle.
In order to get any seasoning to stick to the chips, apply it to the raw potato.
I used it for the first time and it works fine. Working the slicer is awkward but I think in time I'll get used to it. I sliced up a sweet potato, which worked great. However when I stored them in a zip lock bag, they were no longer crisp. Any suggestions on keeping them crisp in the storing process? Thanks! Vickie Mauro
The first tray full of potatoes worked great. They were crisp and tasty. It was hard to get the salt to stick to them though. The second tray full were a little soggy. I had noticed the inside of the microwave had condensation on it after the first tray full and didn't wipe it out before the second tray. I am wondering if that was why they were soggy. It didn't say anything about that in the instructions. I would be interessted in getting another tray or two, so I could cook more at one time.
This is the best tool. The chips came out very crispy and in my opinion were better than store bought baked chips. I sprayed a very light layer of pam over them when I took them out of the microwave so the season would stick. Excellent!! It says you can use 3 trays at once in the microwave which would be great since you only get about a dozen chips every 3 minutes.
I saw this product on a TV show and was skeptical that it would produce as advertised but it does work well. The box recommends drying the potato slices and salting after cooking but I don't dry the slices and also lightly salt before cooking with good results. The key is knowing the size and power of your microwave. When using sweet potatoes, I cook for less time and watch them carefully. I have been pleased with the crispness of the chips and the thin slices but you might want to experiment with the slice sizes. And no oil needed!
I was really pleasantly surprised that the chips were so tasty. They came out of the microwave crispy and yummy. So far I have only tried yukon gold potatoes and sweet potatoes, but I plan to try some of the other suggestions. If you are on a limited calorie diet, you can make just enough to satisfy that craving.
My son was recently put on a low-sodium diet and he loves his potato chips. I got one of these to make him saltless chips. They taste just like regular potato chips just without the salt and oil. I recomond you are at least get of 2 these (though you can use 3 at a time),if you're making them for more than 1 person. I ended up buying 2 more sets, so I could cook enough at one time for us both to eat.
This worked as advertised. I will order the additional 2 trays so that I can make more at a time. The chips are crispy - I placed them in a plastic container with lid and days later are still just as crisp. With the tray loaded, I had to cook 15 seconds longer than the 3 minuets suggested. With fewer the time was less than 3 minuets. I used white potatoes.