Posted by on Nov 30, 2020 in Snacks | 20 comments

Betty’s Crispy Sweet Potato Chips

Betty’s Crispy Sweet Potato Chips

Betty demonstrates how to make Crispy Sweet Potato Chips. These are made from fresh, peeled sweet potatoes, which are quickly fried in peanut oil and topped with ground coarse sea salt.

Crispy Sweet Potato Chips

red or white sweet potatoes, washed and peeled–as many as desired (I used red sweet potatoes.)
1 inch of peanut oil in a pot
coarse Atlantic sea salt

Peel the sweet potato and then use a parer to slice the potato into thin slices lengthwise. Slice as many potatoes as you need, and store them in water until ready to fry. When ready to fry the sweet potato chips, drain off the water and pat the raw potato slivers with paper toweling. Heat 1 inch of peanut oil to 350 degrees (F). Carefully place a few slices of sweet potatoes into hot oil and fry until golden. Drain on a tray that is covered with paper toweling. Immediately grind coarse sea salt over the top. Repeat until all desired chips are fried. These are best if served immediately, although they may be stored for later use. Enjoy!!! –Betty

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Betty's Crispy Sweet Potato Chips

Betty demonstrates how to make Crispy Sweet Potato Chips. These are made from fresh, peeled sweet potatoes, which are quickly fried in peanut oil and topped with ground coarse sea salt.

Crispy Sweet Potato Chips

red or white sweet potatoes, washed and peeled--as many as desired (I used red sweet potatoes.)
1 inch of peanut oil in a pot
coarse Atlantic sea salt

Peel the sweet potato and then use a parer to slice the potato into thin slices lengthwise. Slice as many potatoes as you need, and store them in water until ready to fry. When ready to fry the sweet potato chips, drain off the water and pat the raw potato slivers with paper toweling. Heat 1 inch of peanut oil to 350 degrees (F). Carefully place a few slices of sweet potatoes into hot oil and fry until golden. Drain on a tray that is covered with paper toweling. Immediately grind coarse sea salt over the top. Repeat until all desired chips are fried. These are best if served immediately, although they may be stored for later use. Enjoy!!! --Betty

Please subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/bettyskitchen

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NEW Cookbook:  "Betty's Kitchen Cookbook:  2013 Recipes" (c) 2014

Also available:  "The Betty's Kitchen Collection:  Second Edition" (c) 2013

*Both can be ordered from http://www.amazon.com or http://www.createspace.com

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Betty's Website:  http://www.bettyskitchen.us

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20 Responses to “Betty’s Crispy Sweet Potato Chips”

  1. spotlight792 says:

    😀 hey I have a question. Can I cut potato slices put in oven and will it
    make potato chips? Since I want baked?

  2. Betty's Kitchen says:

    @spotlight792 Yes, you should slice them thinly and spray them with cooking
    spray. Bake a 350 (F) until crisp. –Betty 🙂

  3. MacAliPro says:

    YUMMMM

  4. serenity380 says:

    those look delicious!!!!!!!!! i deffinately have to try that recipee

  5. Shana70506 says:

    Try putting sugar on them instead of salt, it’s amazing!!! :))

  6. PJ Samith says:

    I enjoyed this video so much. I think Betty is the most congenial and
    charming hostess! I smiled through the whole video.

  7. Rose Jewel says:

    i love to make these sweet potatoes crisp

  8. DimplesDeep1 says:

    Thanks Betty!

  9. erekle korkotashvili says:

    Hey, Betty is this in copper only peanut oil or there is water too? 🙂

  10. Betty's Kitchen says:

    Use only peanut oil or another vegetable oil–no water.

  11. MISSINGROGERHOWARTH says:

    Betty, that meal looked lovely. I love sweet potatoes and especially sweet
    potato chips, but I usually end up baking mine to get them good and crispy,
    but when you bit into that chip I think I drooled…lol. I loved how those
    looked and sounded so much that I will be making me some today, and by the
    way they looked perfect to me, even the first batch that was a little
    darker, in fact my goal is to get an even balance of lighter ones and
    darker ones, as long as they’re not burnt. Thanks=).

  12. atourdeforce says:

    Bett can I just say I love your vids you are so eloquent and polite, and
    your recipes are lovely. your family is very lucky getting these meals
    every night, thanks for the effort and blow me a kiss on your next Vid, I’m
    sure your husband wont mind. lol

  13. Holly Princes says:

    thank u:)

  14. MaryE MCLea says:

    these are so easy for me i am have a lot of fun learning how to cook and
    bake things you great to watch and you explain things so well thanks

  15. AJ Hainstock says:

    I love making these, I use my deep fryer at home with crisco shortening,
    and mmmm delish,

  16. sarah hayes says:

    betty where did you get that untinsle (my spelling sucks srry) i have never
    seen it before

  17. Betty's Kitchen says:

    I got that utensil at a garage sale over ten years ago. It doesn’t have a
    brand stamped on it, so I wouldn’t know where to look for it. It probably
    came from a very inexpensive store–like a dollar store maybe. Sorry I
    can’t be more help. –Betty 🙂

  18. P Vf says:

    I like how you speak with that southern drawl. Sounds sexy :D

  19. mackenzie breaux says:

    these are delicious!

  20. Istkz4815162342 says:

    The chips look delicious, I’m giving them a try later, thank you very much
    for sharing :)