The world’s most famous potato chip is made in a massive factory.
But the process doesn’t end there.
We asked a few experts for their top tips on how to make the perfect chip, and here are their answers.
What you need:Potato chips are typically made from potato starch, a high-protein carbohydrate that can be added to a variety of foods.
When you buy a potato chip, you’re buying potato starch.
You don’t need to buy all the potato starch that you’ll need, and you can buy some of it if you don’t want to eat it.
The process is very simple: You add starch to potato chips, mix it with water, then mix it again.
That process can take hours.
The potato starch will stay in the potato chips as long as you cook them, so they’ll be perfectly cooked for up to 30 days, the manufacturer’s website says.
But if you’re cooking them for a longer period of time, they’ll lose their crispiness and the chips will get mushy.
The starch has to be in the right place at the right time.
A good rule of thumb is that the starch should be between 2.5 and 3 percent of the total volume of the chip.
That means a chip with a half-cup of potato starch should have at least a 1-inch-thick layer of the starch, according to the manufacturer.
It’s best to use a flour that has a similar amount of starch in it, like cornstarch, or use a grain flour, like rye flour.
Here’s how to do the process:Mix the starch with water in a large saucepan.
Heat it on low heat until it reaches a simmer.
When it reaches the simmer, turn off the heat.
Add the potato chip to the hot water and cook it for about 20 minutes.
(If it takes too long to cook, drain the water off the potato.)
Remove the potato from the pot and stir in the remaining starch.
Add the potato to a blender and blend for about 30 seconds.
It should make a fine, fine-textured texture.
Add more water if necessary.
Once you’ve made your chip, it should have a smooth, golden crust.
(That’s not to say it won’t have a crumbly, slightly soggy texture.
The texture will depend on how much potato starch you used.)
The starch should keep for about a week in the fridge.
If it stays on the counter, it’ll get a bit more firm.
You can use the same potato starch in other foods as well.
To make your chips in your favorite way, try making them with a scoop, but a bowl will work just as well, because you’ll have more time to do your own mix-and-match.
Here’s how you can make them in your kitchen.
Make the recipe for Potato Chips and Sausage Chips with potato starch:Put the potato in a saucepan, add the starch and the salt.
Boil until the starch has dissolved, about 5 minutes.
Remove the potatoes from the water and mix them in a bowl with the cornstich.
(Note: If you want the potato flakes to be crispy, add more cornstch.)
Add the flour and mix again.
Add a little more water as necessary.
If the flour doesn’t mix easily, add another cup of water.
Mix it all well.
Once you’ve added the flour, add some of the corn starch to the flour mixture, along with about 1 tablespoon of water if it seems too watery.
If you’re making the chips for a crowd, a bowl is fine.
If you’re not, a large bowl will do.
Mix everything together again and set the chip aside to cool.
You should have chips ready to eat within 15 minutes.
When you’re ready to serve, place the chips on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, top with a generous dollop of butter, and sprinkle with some salt.
You’ll want to spread the butter out evenly and not spread the potato out too much.
If your chips aren’t sticking to the parchment, add a little flour or cornstach, and bake for about 25 minutes.
Remove from the oven and cool for another 5 to 10 minutes.