I make a lot of quick fix potato chips. They’re easy like the name implies. Just heat up some chips to get the oils out, and season. Because I usually have a ton of wing and BBQ seasonings on hand, they are my usual go-to for chips. That’s where these quick fix garlic ginger teriyaki potato chips came from. These are decidedly different than anything you’ll find at the store. They’re the Asian-inspired chips you wish you could find on the aisles, but fortunately, they’re easy enough to make at home.
The seasoning for my quick fix garlic ginger teriyaki potato chips comes from Croix Valley Foods. It’s a quality, flavor packed mix that is great on pretty much anything. It has just the right amount of ginger flavor. With a hint of garlic. And a good dose (the right amount too!) of teriyaki flavor. For something different, you can’t beat these chips! I certainly couldn’t stop eating them!
So how much seasoning should you put on your chips? Well, it’s up to you of course. I like to start with 1/2 tablespoon. I get the chips coated and take a taste. It’s easy to add more seasoning. But, it’s rather hard to take it away.
Quick Fix Garlic Ginger Teriyaki Potato Chips
- 4 cups potato chips A few good handfuls worth. I recommend ruffled chips, and no need to get the expensive stuff, store brand is fine
- ½ tablespoon Garlic Ginger Teriyaki wing seasoning more or less, to taste
- Preheat your oven to 275 F.
- Spread chips out onto a baking sheet. Bake for 5 minutes. You should see that the oils in the chips have come to the surface.
- Gently transfer chips to a large bowl and sprinkle with the seasoning. Use a spatula to carefully stir to coat.
- Serve immediately.
Nutritional values are approximate.