Video of How to Make the BEST Baked Potato Bites ... YUM!

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In this video, you will learn how to make the potato recipe for crispy potato bites. This easy to make potatoes recipe makes enough potatoes for two to four people, depending on the serving size. This is an easy potato recipe the whole family is sure to love and makes a great side dish food idea any day of the week. Start by preheating your oven to 400 degrees F. Start by peeling ten medium-sized potatoes of any variety. Use a knife to slice the potatoes into thin slices, or better yet use a mandolin slicer if you have one available. A mandolin slicer is a great addition to any kitchen and will save you time, and slice the potatoes into even slices. Next, line the baking sheet with parchment paper, and drizzle with olive oil.

For this potato recipe, you will then place all of the potato slices onto the baking sheet with parchment paper. It doesn't matter the size of baking sheet that you use for this potato recipe if you have room enough for two baking sheets you can use two. Layering the potatoes in a single layer will help to ensure that the potato bites are extra crispy. For smaller baking pans, you can layer the potatoes, and just be sure to drizzle olive oil between the layers, and season the potatoes with salt and pepper. You can also season this potato recipe with chili flakes for a bit of spice. For this easy to make potatoes recipe video, they use both a large baking pan and a smaller baking pan so that you can see the difference in the potato recipe. Place the potatoes in the oven, and bake for 30 to 40 minutes. The time that you keep this potatoes recipe in the oven will depend on how crispy you like them. It's important to remember that if you slice the potatoes really thin, that you want to keep a closer eye on the potatoes, so they don't burn. This potatoes recipe is quick and easy, and one you are sure to love. You will want to take a look at this potatoes recipe video; it might just become a family favorite.

When buying potatoes to use in potatoes recipes, you want to look for clean, smooth, firm-textured potatoes that have no cuts, bruises or discoloration. You want to store potatoes in a well-ventilated, cool place. Colder temperatures, such as in the refrigerator, cause the starch in a potato to convert to sugar, which results in a sweet taste and discoloration when cooked. If you refrigerate potatoes, be sure to let the potato warm gradually to room temperature before cooking to help reduce the discoloration. Avoid areas to store potatoes that reach high temperatures such as beneath the sink or beside large sized appliances or areas that receive too much sunlight such as the countertop. Paper bags and perforated plastic bags offer the best environment for extending potato shelf-life. Make sure to keep potatoes out of the light. You don't want to wash potatoes or any produce, for that matter before you store it. Dampness in produce promotes early spoilage. When you find green on the skin of a potato, that is build-up of a chemical that is known as Solanine. This is a natural reaction to the potato being exposed to too much light. The solanine produces a bitter taste and if eaten in large quantities can cause illness. If there is slight greening, you wan to cut away the green portions of the potato skin before you cook or eat in potatoes recipes.

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