There are no potato chips in the house but we make them now and then whenever we get big potatoes from the farm. Somehow new potatoes are tastier and crispier when fried in light oil. We make them a little fancier than the store-bought ones with different shapes and plenty of holes. We use my homemade tools for fun. That is what makes them light and airy!
Enjoy them plain without salt or with your favorite dipping sauce!
What fun, I would not be able to stop eating these LOL DianeReplyDelete
That's really so fun!!ReplyDelete
Oooooohhhhhh!!! me encantan los peces, quedan chulísimas estas patatas, si se las pongo a mis niños me hacen una fiesta.ReplyDelete
Delicious awesome designs, you make food more artistic.ReplyDelete
Mamma mia che meraviglia!!!! Michelangelo sei un vero artista!!!!! BravissimoReplyDelete
¡Que chulada de patatas te han quedado!. Buen fin de semanaReplyDelete
So cute n fun..bet these are addictive!!ReplyDelete
OMG how cool, my daughter would flip over the fishes. Also as a nice addition to a fancy plate...very nice!ReplyDelete
Your imagination is really amazing, I could never imagine a beatiful potato fish before meet you!!ReplyDelete
Incredible, every post, is better ...Nice weekend.
I have no idea how you do that, but they look amazing!!!!!ReplyDelete
How do you do it??.....they look fabulous!!......Abrazotes, MarcelaReplyDelete
Part of me knows I couldn't eat just one - the other part of me says, how can I eat art? Even potato chip art?ReplyDelete
The fish shape is amazingly beautiful, you are really creative!ReplyDelete
WOW you're such an artist! The fish potatoes are so cute! You're so good!ReplyDelete
voglio farle anch'iooooooooo!!! sei stato bravissimo! le patatine sono il mio piatto preferito! ora svengo!!! :-DReplyDelete
You make beauty out of everything! Who would ever say potato crisps could be this beautiful! And the way you display things is amazing too.ReplyDelete
Oh my god Arthur!ReplyDelete
this is amazing!
...I would like to thank you for your lovely messages:)
this was a post, you should read :)
Have a nice evening!
Only you could make crisps so beautiful!!ReplyDelete
The humble potato is no more humble. Too beautiful to eat!ReplyDelete
I will never be able to eat a packet of crisps again without thinking of how far short they fall of your beautiful creations.ReplyDelete
Look fantastic! You are an artist dear! gloriaReplyDelete
Siempre le das un toque curioso a tus recetas, transformas unas patatas en algo originalReplyDelete
Abrazos y buena semana
I am blown away by the artistic effort - you are making me hungry for some of those! :)ReplyDelete
wow I am speechless. I would not want to eat them if my potato chips looked this good!ReplyDelete
Que maravilla de patatas, me encantan, son patatas de luxe! los peces son impresionantes!ReplyDelete
How very fun, love the shapes :)ReplyDelete
Seriously, if you marketed these tools I would be the first one in line to order them! I love these potatoes, could not stop looking at the different designs, reminding me of Paco Rabanne, the French-Spanish designer.ReplyDelete
I LOVE these! I have been making chips in the microwave with just a hint of olive oil and sea salt.ReplyDelete
I eat less when I make my own.
And I would eat far less if I made them this beautiful.
Thanks, Arthur, for sharing your considerable talents. (Where could one get your tools? Have you considered marketing them?
Me too! I wish I could make potato crisps (we call them crisps in England) like this. Until then, I will just have to put my face very close to the screen and pretend :) JoannaReplyDelete
I love the shape on these chips. Very artistic and I bet tasty too :)ReplyDelete
No creo que haya nadie que pueda opinar nada desfaborable de éstas estupendas, divertidas, curiosas y originales, patatas fritas.ReplyDelete
Mi mas sincera enhorabuena!!!!!!!!!!
Hi Michelangelo, I remain enchanted in front of these delicious potatoes .. a simple dish but made special by these delightful forms that whet the palate and imagination. Bravo as always!ReplyDelete
OMG Arthur, what tools do you have? I want them! These potato chips are really a labor of love, and I would feel extravagant eating them!ReplyDelete