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Subject: recipe using potatoe chips
Newsgroups: rec.food.cooking

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From: dbrowninnj[at]aol.com (DBrowninNJ)
Date: 25 Feb 1998 21:43:16 GMT
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What else can you think of that potatoe chips may be used for?  All I know is
to eat them with sandwiches and as a snack.  I am doing research on this and
just wanted to know what you thought.  What I really want to know is the
different uses for potatoe chips.

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From: Elizabeth Falkner 
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 17:12:38 -0500
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You can make cookies:

http://www.goodcooking.com/pchipcok.htm

http://www.express-news.net/kguckian/gen/d-pc.htm


You can make brownies:

http://www.deter.com/flora/mxp/choco3/201.html

You can use them as crumbs on chicken:

http://www.sleh.com/sleh-recipes_15.html


You can make Governor Nelson's Potato Chip Casserole:

http://www.virtualcities.com/ons/ne/gov/negov94.htm

You can put them on a Beef casserole as a topping:

http://www.ichef.com/ichef-recipes/Meats/36021.html

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From: Bill 
Date: 25 Feb 1998 23:16:04 GMT
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Another use for potato chips: Float them in soup?

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From: grau[at]uic.edu (Barry Grau)
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 16:20:34 GMT
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Last week at a Thai restaurant in Orlando, a dinner companion was served 
something called "Thai salad." It was topped with potato chips. In 
fact, what finally made it Thai, I think, is that the dressing was peanut 
sauce of the sort served with sate. She was on the Atkins diet and couldn't 
eat them. 

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From: grau[at]uic.edu (Barry Grau)
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 22:28:05 GMT
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The White Trash Cookbook includes a recipe for Potato Chip Sandwich. If I 
recall, spread mayo on white bread and top with chips. Anyone actually eat 
these?

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From: sue[at]interport.net (Curly Sue)
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 23:21:41 GMT
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Eat them *in* a sandwich.  Two slices of buttered white bread.  Pile
chips on the bottom slice, put the top slice over this, and press
down- crunch, crackle!

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From: Timo A. Nieminen 
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 09:45:45 +1000
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Uses for potato crisps:
Potato nachos.
A side dish with dinner.
Crumble them up as a topping for spicy mince.
A good garnish for spag bol.
Probably go very well with spud mash, sauerkraut and knackwurst.

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From: damsel[at]dacmail.net (Damsel in dis Dress)
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 00:14:39 GMT
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Potato chips are an essential topping for tuna noodle hotdish!

Cook yer wide noodles, add a can of tuna and a can of cream of mushroom
soup.  Place this mixture in a casserole dish, top with crushed potato
chips, and bake at 350 for about a half hour.  Peas optional.

Carol, da gourmet

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From: shacra 
Date: 25 Feb 1998 16:16:39 -0800
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toppings on casseroles (tuna noodle comes to mind)
I have a recipe for potato chip cookies that I have never had the nerve to try
but I will post it if you want.

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From: Lisa Smith 
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 19:44:47 -0600
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Crush 'em up for topping tuna casserole, use them to bread fried chicken.

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From: Mary K. Davis 
Date: 26 Feb 1998 12:12:10 GMT
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Prepare and cook cheeseburgers. Grill two slices of bread. Place
cheeseburgers on bread, top with catsup then potato chips and cover
with other slice of grilled bread. Great!
Chips are good inside any burger/bun also.

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From: xeney[at]webtv.net
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 20:59:54 -0500
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Tuna Casserole. Not as a topping, but as the casserole base.

I had a roommate (Milicent of the salt in the sugar canister tale in the
"My Most Horrendous Cooking Mistake" thread) who made tuna casserole
with potato chips instead of noodles. The first time she made it I
thought that she was quite ingenious to think of potato chips for a
noodle substitute. Sometime later I made a tuna casserole and used
noodles. Milicent thought that I was quite clever to have thought to
substitute noodles for potato chips. It seems that she didn't know how
to make it any other way; she had never had it any other way.

Actually, potato chips work very well. You certainly don't have to add
salt.

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From: Suzie Higgins 
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 21:15:15 -0600
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one of my co-workers makes to-die-for potato chip cookies--i'll see if i
can strong arm the recipe out of him.

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From: Brewer 
Date: 26 Feb 98 00:49:35 -0800
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I like potato chips on tuna sandwiches.

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From: maryf 
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 20:19:22 -0500
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Potato chips and onion dip.  The only recipe I like potato chips with
:-).

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From: Liam 
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 02:09:34 -0800
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Somewhere in my recipe piles I have a recipe for scalloped potato 
chips. They are very good. I just looked in the usual places but
can't find it. When (or if) I do find it I'll post it.

Liam, who has a floor somewhere under the stacks of recipes and 
books. :(

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From: William Fitzgerald 
Date: 26 Feb 1998 15:13:44 GMT
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Crush them and use them as a topping on a casserole. (Crushed tortilla
chips go well on Mexican-style casseroles.)

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Subject: Potato Chip recipes
From: Lisa Smith 
Date: Sun, 1 Mar 1998 23:21:51 -0600
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Someone a few days ago was asking about different things to do with potato
chips.
Here's a recipe I got from Deranged Spuds web page.

http://www.inficad.com/~andspud/recipe.htm

Potato Chip Chicken

Serves 4

Medium package - Potato chips, plain or your favorite flavor
4 - Chicken breasts halves, skinless and boned
1 stick - butter or margarine
1 tsp - Garlic powder (omit if you are not using "plain" chips)

Open package of chips and crush, transfer to a plate or flat surface.

Melt 1 stick butter in skillet and add garlic powder.
Dip chicken in butter and garlic mixture.

Next press chicken in crushed chips on both sides.
Place the chicken on a foil lined cookie sheet.

Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for approximately 30 to 35 minutes until
cooked through.

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Subject: Recipe:-using potatoe chips - Chicken a la Lisa
From: ynnuf[at]clear.net.nz (Doreen Randal)
Date: Mon, 02 Mar 1998 06:12:56 GMT
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This is easy and really tasty

CHICKEN a la LISA

1 cooked chicken, meat removed and diced
3 Tbs lemon juice
1 large onion, chopped
3 Tbs mayonnaise
1 tin Condensed Chicken Soup
salt & pepper to taste
plain potato crisps

Mix together all ingredients, except the crisps.  Put into a
casserole. 
Crush sufficient crisps to cover and scatter over the top.  Cook in
preheated oven 200 C (400 F) for about 30 minutes.


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