How do you repurpose potato chips?
- ipsedixit Oct 21, 2012 12:07 PM
Other than eating them au naturel, how else do you use potato chips in either your dishes or cooking methods.
Obvious ones I can think of:
1. Squished into sandwiches
2. Crumbled into baked goods (like cookies or pie crust)
3. Crumbled and mixed into breading (along with breadcrumbs or Panko, for example)
4. Mixed into GORP or trail mix
How, or what ways, do you potato chips other than eating them straight out of the bag (not that there's anything wrong with that).
chocolate-covered, but they need to be sturdy, like ruffles, for this.
crushed on top of tomato soup.
SQUISHED into the gonna be grilled cheese sandwiches.
CRUMBLED,never into bread crumbs,but into panko or oyster crackers YES for breading
SMASHED 50/50 with day old rice,one poached egg and raw grated onion
The quintessential Midwestern version of tuna noodle casserole is not complete without a topping of crushed potato chips.
I wonder how PCs would do as scalloped potatoes if you treated them like the dehydrated potatoes in the boxed side dish mixes. Spread them evenly in a casserole dish, then soak them in a very loose seasoned cream sauce before baking. Might need to let the first chips soak, then add another layer and more sauce, and perhaps a third time, to get enough into the dish. If you included whipped egg whites you could create something souffle-like.
In green bean casserole (instead of using the French's onions in the can)
In broccoli casserole (mixed with Ritz crackers)
In hamburger mix
IN the onion dip (not served with)