They were first produced in As a supplement to his candy business, Mr. Sterzing developed a process by which he sliced potatoes and slow cooked them one batch at a time. The ingredients, which remain unchanged today, include only potatoes, salt and oil.
Sterzing's Potato Chips
Make your own genuine Miracle!
Tasty and healthwise! For a little extra cheese infusion, top the dish before baking with grated cheese! Place potatoes in a large pot. Cover with water and bring to a boil. Cook until tender, then drain.
Red, White, and Blue Potato Chips
The cooking process is what separates kettle chips from traditional potato chips. Kettle chips are cooked in batches and take longer to crisp. The result is a thicker, motley batch of chips, which some argue carry a superior taste to regular potato chips.
Answer: No, I have never made a potato chip. Dragana User Rank: 11 Posts: 1, Responses: Najka User Rank: 1, Posts: Responses: Question: Did you ever try to make yourself potato chips?