Triple-Cooked Sweet Potato Chips
recipe for Triple-Cooked Sweet Potato Chips by Chef Felice
Tocchini comes from www.lovesweetpotatoes.com.
Felice owns two award-winning restaurants in Worcestershire,
works at the Novelli Academy alongside Jean Christophe
Novelli, and has appeared on a number of TV programmes such
as The One Show.
Sweet Potato Triple Cooked Chips make a delicious side and
are a great way to impress friends and family with
and with sweet potatoes being full of anti-oxidants and lower
in calories than regular potatoes - theyre the perfect
guilt-free treat (sort of).
The Love Sweet Potatoes campaign is designed to tell consumers
about sweet potatoes and of all the different ways they can
be used in everyday meals. The North Carolina US farming family
at Scott Farms is behind the campaign and has been growing
sweet potatoes for over four generations. They are now the
largest importer of sweet potatoes into the UK.
For more information please visit www.lovesweetpotatoes.com.
Ingredients for Sweet Potato Chips
2 large sweet potatoes peeled
Vegetable oil to fry
How to make Sweet Potato Chips
the potatoes into 2cm thick chips. If the potato is too
long cut them in half.
the chips into salted boiling water and reduce the heat
to simmer. Boil until cooked. The potatoes are cooked when
a knife point slides in easily.
from the heat and drain.
the chips in a single layer on a tray lined with kitchen
paper or a clean cloth, this will help to absorb the moisture,
and leave to cool down before placing the potato in the
fridge to dry out - this is best done over night. You can
speed up the process by placing them in the freezer for
half an hour or so.
a fryer fillied with vegetable oil to 140°C, drop in
the chips and fry until they have a dry appearance
this will take about 8 10 minutes.
the oil well and return to a tray, again lined with kitchen
paper or a clean cloth. Leave to cool down and place back
in the fridge for a couple of hours or cheat and use the
ready to serve, bring the fryer back to 180°C, drop
in the chips and cook until crisp - this will take about
7 8 minutes. Be careful not to overcook them as they
will go very dark.
again and sprinkle with a little salt before serving.
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