- 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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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.
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!
It is a pleasure to try this product with different vegetables. I tried turnips but they were too bitter. the sweet potaotes are great. Now I will try white potatoes. haven't had time to do all of the items I want to yet.
I put them in the regular oven to crisp them after the micro.
4 out of 5 stars, based on 58 ratings
75% of reviewers recommend this product
79% say this is a "good value"
Although the chips maker does everything as advertised and I was not disappointed in the results, the chips are just not as good as fried chips. Given that I recently had a stent put into my heart artery I guess I shouldn't complain too much. Overall a pretty good product and a good price.
I heard a review of this product on 'The Test Kitchen' radio program and ordered three; one for myself and two as gifts. When I tried mine, I found the rubber that the vegetables laid on actually burned in the microwave. The surface is so small that by the time the liquid evaporates, the leftover vegetable is very small, and I could not get them to be crispy. You can stack the rubber pads to cook more vegetables at one time, but that means investing in additional rubber pads. Even so, you would have to microwave at least 10 pads in order to get even a small bowl of vegetables. The slicer was awkward to use and I cut my finger on the slicer. Overall, it was a big disappointment, especially as it was recommended on a radio program that is usually very reliable.
It works great! I like the slicer that comes with it - it's the only one I have that slices that thinly, but I can tell it's not well made and probably won't be as durable as I would like. I use the Top Chips with jicama - it takes longer, but jicama doesn't have the starch content of potatoes, and it's zero points plus values in weight watchers1
The Top Ships Maker and it's component parts are very nice and easy to work with. My only complaint was the chips were not "crunchy" I left them overnight and it was much better. Will try it again with a different type of potato, I used a russet.
On the slicer - the food pusher doesn't grip the food well enough. It caused my thumb to come in contact with the very sharp blade.
Microwaving the chips were good but did not come out as crispy as we would have liked, I did an apple.
It was good, but did not have consistency desired.
This is a great way to make delicious chips without frying and added calories. My microwave has lower wattage than noted on the instruction sheet so it takes almost twice as long to get the chips crispy. I would definitely recommend getting more trays to cut down on the cooking time.
Have tried white potatoes, sweet potatoes and apples. The sweet potatoes definitely were superior in flavor and texture. Can't wait to try more fruits and veggies!
The slicer if a little lacking and hard to use. (to small) The cooking times given are not right on, to the food. Added time has to be added. The size of the tray is to limited for the number of pieces. But is does work with a little trial and error. Not as crisp are a real chip.
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