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Glenys's picture

Potato Chip Cookies (post #64882)

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Yes, from COOKIES. I'm going to a dinner tonight and thought they'd be an interesting experiment as a tasting element. I realised after buying two bags, that I have found the chip I want for the job. Next on the list, plain Kettle chips. This concept has potential.

Syrah's picture

(post #64882, reply #1 of 16)

Are you planning to make cookies with potato chips? Sorry to appear dense, but I really thought I had enough caffeine in me by now. Apparently not.

I believe in champagne...

"Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and, above all, confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be obtained." -Marie Curie

Glenys's picture

(post #64882, reply #2 of 16)

Yup the recipe has 1/2 cup finely crushed potato chips in the dough for crunch.

Syrah's picture

(post #64882, reply #3 of 16)

You'll have to let us know how it goes. I love the idea of savoury cookies, I've had a recipe for rosemary polenta ones kicking around for a while.

I believe in champagne...

"Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and, above all, confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be obtained." -Marie Curie

teebee's picture

(post #64882, reply #4 of 16)

I didn't even read the recipe in "Cookies." I am not fan of potato chips, so the name of the cookie didn't sound good to me. I do, however, want to keep an open mind and try new things, so please let us know how they turn out.

Glenys's picture

(post #64882, reply #5 of 16)

Will do. Have to leave them until tomorrow and another trip for chips.

Adele's picture

(post #64882, reply #6 of 16)

The recipe is here?  Glenys? 

But, but, it's SUPPOSED to taste like that!

But, but, it's SUPPOSED to taste like that!

Jean's picture

(post #64882, reply #7 of 16)

http://www.taunton.com/finecooking/recipes/potato-chip-cookies.aspx



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Adele's picture

(post #64882, reply #8 of 16)

Your da bomb!


But, but, it's SUPPOSED to taste like that!

But, but, it's SUPPOSED to taste like that!

DeannaS's picture

(post #64882, reply #9 of 16)

I bet my mom, the potato chip fiend, would love these. She's also the woman that routinely dipped her bologna sandwich in kool-aid. She's got a serious thing for mixing sweet and savory in odd ways.

"As for butter versus margarine, I trust cows more than chemists." - Joan Dye Gussow

Jean's picture

(post #64882, reply #10 of 16)

OMG, I'm speechless!



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roz's picture

(post #64882, reply #11 of 16)

Your mom must have been related to my mom, because my mom would fix fried bologna sandwich with grape jelly on white bread! And for a treat, saltine crackers with a tsp. of sugar in a glass of cold milk. I don't know where she got these ideas, maybe she ate it during The Depression when she was a kid.

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DeannaS's picture

(post #64882, reply #12 of 16)

My mom also salts her apples. And my sister dunks her french fries in her vanilla shakes at McDonalds. Go figure.

"As for butter versus margarine, I trust cows more than chemists." - Joan Dye Gussow

Risottogirl's picture

(post #64882, reply #14 of 16)

OMG you guys, I am GAGGING!


LOL


Water is a great ingredient to cook with, it has such a neutral flavor - Bobby Flay

Water is a great ingredient to cook with, it has such a neutral flavor - Bobby Flay

Marcia's picture

(post #64882, reply #13 of 16)

The first time I'd ever heard of fried balogna sandwiches was when my husband made one after we first married. Simpleton that I am (or was), I thought he'd invented them. LOL

DeannaS's picture

(post #64882, reply #15 of 16)

We used to do fried peanut butter sandwiches, too. Man. We ate like crud.

"As for butter versus margarine, I trust cows more than chemists." - Joan Dye Gussow

FL.Cook's picture

(post #64882, reply #16 of 16)

Every once in awhile I make them for my GK's.  They looked at me as if I was nuts, but boy do they love them.  I first  heard about them when I was in college, as on a certain night in the sorority house we would have grilled cheese sandwiches and soup for dinner, and one of the girls couldn't eat cheese, so the cook made these for her.

Carole