Monday, January 27, 2014

Buttery Garlic Parmesan Potato Chips (Eat At Your Own Discretion!)


Consider this fair warning. These potato chips are addicting. They are deadly. They are damn good. Perfect for dip season. Or not. Perfect for hiding in the pantry with. Perfect for midnight gorging. Or closet eating. Don't say I didn't warn you. These are damn good chips.


I love potato chips. They are my vice and I shouldn't keep them in the house. And really I haven't bought them recently-until I did. And I did this. And we ate them. It really is very simple. They are damn good. And too easy to make. And quite easy to eat. 




It is as simple as melting butter and adding a few things. Like garlic. Like parmesan. Like some more salt. And a few chili flakes. And that damn cheese out of a can. But it works. It works very well. Don't say I didn't warn you.

It as as quick as opening the bag and pouring in the butter and mixing it with the seasonings and then baking. Slowly, slowly baking. Until your kitchen is perfumed with the smell of butter. And garlic. And cheese. Don't say I didn't warn you.





Buttery Garlic Parmesan Potato Chips

Yield: 1 to 10 servings
Total Time: 30 minutes including baking

Ingredients:

1 13 oz bag of  Salted Kettle Chips (the party size)
1 stick melted butter
1 1/2 t garlic powder
3/4 t coarse salt
1/4 t red chili flakes
2 heaping Tablespoons of parmesan from the can
Fresh parmesan to throw on top

Directions:

Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
Melt the butter. Add the seasonings and cheese. Stir. Open bag of chips. Pour in butter mixture. Toss  gently but well, while holding bag shut. Pour out onto a parchment lined large baking sheet. Sprinkle with additional garlic powder and additional grated parmesan cheese of you'd like.

Bake on the lowest rack in oven for about 20 minutes until these are golden and crispy and delectable! And don't say I didn't warn you!




Other good football food:

Onion Dip
3 Ingredient Artichoke Dip
Mexican Shrimp Cocktail
Tomatilla Salsa
Pico De Gallo
Smoked Trout Pate
Sloppy Jose
Real Potato Salad

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52 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness - I love kettle chips and these look so crispy and amazingly yummy! I would eat them all up!

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  2. Oh, wow. These would definitely be dangerous in my house...we love kettle chips!

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    1. Yes, they are definitely good eats! Thanks for commenting Autumn! Feel free to visit anytime!

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  3. Are they sinfully delicious or what!! I have got to make these!

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    1. Sinfully- a good way to put it! Thanks Ansh!

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  4. Potato chips are my weakness too, so I don't buy any! How ever, I may have to make these delicious things! They sound awesome!

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    1. We are on the same page, Nazneen! These are more than awesome. Deadly awesome!

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  5. These sound wonderful! A really inspired recipe. We don't buy potato chips often (because, like you, we eat them!) but I may have to get some soon just to make this. These sound sinful. Who knew sin was so good? ;-)

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    1. Well, since you asked.... In any case-these are deadly sinful! They's go great with a bowl of that chili!

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  6. That's the reason I dare to not touch these evil stuff! They are simply addicting!

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  7. Those chips do look like crack but yes I will eat them and that'll probably be this Sunday during the Superbowl party! I'll make a second batch with some veggie chips as I have some of them left. What a wonderful party recipe!

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  8. Love that serving size barometer 1 to 10! Boy I bet these are good and will heed your warning to make sure others around to help me finish off the bag.

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    1. Others must be around or you will eat them all!

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  9. Just when I think there's not much new around the web, this recipe smacks me in the face. Wow!! I want to try it right now Abbe. It looks addictive, I can only imagine how it tastes!

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  10. OH Abbe, these are perfect for the Super Bowl this weekend, I would love to try them this coming weekend! Thanks....

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    1. Hope you do Anna and Liz. But just like you can never have to much bacon, you can never have enough of these!

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  11. Holy potato. I didn't even know you could do these with chips, but AHHHHHH WHAT? Well, you definitely warned us all.

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    1. Holy potato! I like that. Remember, I warned you!

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  12. After making my own kale chips (YUM) I've wanted to give this a try for awhile now. Thanks!

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    1. These aren't kale. They are fat and salt and totally evil. Plus garlic!

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  13. Decadent. I want to do this now for LUNCH! Your are a very bad/good influence on me. You know what I mean. :)

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    1. I do. We could get in a lot of trouble together!

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  14. Party size indeed! Yum - you are so good at tempting me with delicious snacks! Go Broncos! My husband would have a complete fit for these :)

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    1. Go Broncos! You got that right! He and me!

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  15. Woo hoo! Your chips sound and look fantastic! I'm addicted to potato chips so I would devour all of these quickly! Thanks for the recipe!

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    1. You are so welcome, Pam. Don't say I didn't warn you!

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  16. good Lord woman!
    you have buttery, garlic, parmesan AND potato chip as a food group!
    I will not make these--dangerous! Very dangerous!

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    1. Heed your inner self, Dawn! But sometimes it is fun to live on the edge!

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  17. What??? OMG I'm dying to eat a bowlful of these. Yes, a whole bowl full!

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  18. WOW! I'm afraid how many of these I could eat!! But perfect for munching as we watch the Broncos win this weekend!!!

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    1. Sometimes we must conquer our fears, Liz! Just hope the Broncos win. Otherwise I might get what's called nervous eating!

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  19. Don't imagine, Paula! They are so good!

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  20. Make it a small bowl, Maureen. Followed by another small bowl!

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  21. Such a great idea to jazz up store bought chips! Love it!

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  22. If you left me alone with these there would be none left!

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  23. I can't know about these: too...much...eating. it would be unsafe to have these in my house. :)

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  24. I didn't see it coming that you were dressing up kettle chips! How easy and surely delicious! I mean butter+chips sounds sinfully good. Thanks for sharing these with us at Saturday Night Fever so we can all get ourselves into trouble ;)

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  25. These sound dangerously delicious! I don't know if I could handle all the deliciousness. Must. Look. Away....... But I can't! I am going to run for an hour on the treadmill and nom away!

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  26. Buttery. Garlic. Parmesan. OH MY GOD. YUM! I will so have to try this. Pinning for later. :)

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  27. Those look delightful! I might have to try to make them. #SITSBlogging

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  28. Okay, these sound delicious and super easy to make. I love anything salty. I never thought of dressing up chips.

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  29. These look amazing! I'm going to have to try them!

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  30. Oh wow, these look delicious! I think my hubby and kids would love them as much as me, I would have to make like a quadruple batch!

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  31. Yum, I will be trying these soon !! Thanks for posting !
    Blessings,
    From Amanda @http://livinginhismercyandgrace.blogspot.com/

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  32. Garlic + Butter = Heaven! These look so good that I can't wait to make them.

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  33. These look amazing! I can't wait
    to try them. My husband is starting to think I can cook - these will solidify his beliefs:-). Thanks for sharing!

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