The only even remotely tropical-flavored chip I’ve ever had is Maui onion. These quick fix mango chile-lime potato chips put those to shame. These chips are decidedly fruity, with a good hint of heat. They also have just a touch of citrus. They’re different in a very good way. The seasoning I used (from Pepper Palace my favorite hot-sauce store!) was original intended for wings or shrimp, but it is just as amazing on chips.
My quick fix mango chile-lime potato chips take only minutes to make. You end up with great-tasting chips that are seasoned YOUR WAY. My goodness, is there nothing worse that getting a bag of “The best chips you’ve ever had!” chips home only to find that half the chips don’t have enough seasoning. Or any seasoning for that matter. Well, you can go right ahead and season the heck out of them now. Any way you want. Do it.
Not that I mean to over-stress it, but I will mention you don’t need any fancy fru-fru chips for this recipe. In fact, I’d stay away from them. You want ruffled chips, preferably. And frankly, you want chips that are a bit oily. Yep. Once heated, the chips will release that oil and that’s what you need to get the seasonings stuck on there good!
I find myself being un-impressed with most store-bought ‘spicy’ potato chips. Yeah, some are spicy, but they don’t taste good. And some taste great, but they sure aren’t spicy. The solution? Make some quick fix Nashville hot chicken potato chips as home. Done in minutes, spiced just like I want, these are the chips I was searching for! All I need are some chips and Kosmo’s Q Nashville hot wing dust! No more un-impressive store-bought chips for me.
I prefer to use wavy ruffled chips any time I make my quick fix Nashville hot chicken potato chips. The thick chips hold up to being tossed in the seasoning. And the ridges give the seasoning more and more places to cling to, making sure I get nothing but flavor in each and every bite!
It seems like any time I pick up a bag of salt and vinegar potato chips at the store I end up unhappy. Some are way, way, way too salt and vinegar-y. You know, open the bag, breath in, pass out. Others, I swear the bag was mis-labelled because I don’t get even a hint of salt and vinegar. The solution? Quick fix chips that have just the right amount of salt, and just the right amount of vinegar! Score!
I prefer wavy ruffled chips for my quick fix salt and vinegar potato chips. First, they’re thick, so they hold up to any tossing required to get the seasoning evenly spread on each and every chip. Second, they have ridges that hold more seasoning than plan old flat chips. That means great flavor in each and every bite!
Of course, you can make homemade potato chips in a deep-fryer and then toss them in the seasoning too! Just don’t over-drain the chips as they come out of the hot oil or the flavors won’t have anything to adhere to. Make sure you get them good and coated.