Purple Potato Chips w/ Sea Salt


Time: 7 Minutes
Yield: Serves 2
(4 Item Recipe)

Naturally Vegan & Vegetarian


10 Small-Medium Organic Purple Potatoes
1/4 Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Sea Salt to Taste
Freshly Ground Pepper


Take Purple potatoes and slice them thin to your desired size and liking.
Then take the potato slices and submerge in water for 3 minutes to remove the excess starch which will help them crisp up rather then being soggy.

When the potatoes are done soaking drain excess starch and pat to dry.

In a large pan on medium heat take the olive oil and drop in the potatoes.  Heat on each side turning so they don’t burn until they are golden.  You don’t want them to burn so make sure you keep a close eye on them.  When golden on one side turn and cook on the other until crisp. Remove chips when completed and top with freshly ground pepper and sea salt to taste.


If you enjoy chips but are trying to cut back from all their preservatives, artificial flavors, colors and more these may be just what you need.  Not only are they healthy packed with antioxidants they are also NATURAL.  This recipe contains 4 ingredients potatoes, olive oil, sea salt and pepper.  You can pronounce everything in them and they really are affordable.  If you crave junk food and are trying to remove it from your life, try these and you will be surprised at how delicious these healthy chips taste without the JUNK you don’t need.  Not to mention they are way easier on your wallet. Remember convenience food is not only expensive but EMPTY and DEVOID of nutrients so your paying top dollar for dead, old food that isn’t pure and has so many really bad ingredients like trans fats, msg and more, that are typically hidden from you.  You can make these with any potatoes but the purple do posses more nutrition.  ENJOY!

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