Last month I went to a local arts and crafts fair and a woman had a cool homemade spiralizer that she made spiralized potatoes with and then put them in a huge cast iron pot of peanut oil. It was pretty much the best fries ever.
I wanted to recreate them using the Inspiralizer and my Air Fryer, and I was so pleased with the results!
1 or more yukon gold (or whatever kind you like) potatoes
truffle salt (or regular salt or seasoning you like)
Spray olive oil
First, you spiralize your potato. I used a yukon gold and was very happy with the results, but I'd say use the kind of potato you like (use a purple one!). On the Inspiralizer, I used the setting so it has no teeth pointing out, and slices chip-like spirals.
Yummy. As I've said before, what I love about the Inspiralizer in comparison to other spiralizers is that the center piece is so tiny that there is almost no waste (and there's no reason not to toss it in with everything else).
Spread out the spirals in the Air Fryer and spritz with oil (I used olive oil) and sprinkle with salt (I used truffle salt, because I'm fancy). Set it to 400 for 20 minutes.
I shook and tossed the chips every 5 minutes or so, and the above picture is after 10 minutes. I ended up cooking one batch for 20 and they got really nice and dark, and the batch pictured at the top of this post I cooked for 15. Sample, check on it, and make a judgement based on your preference. I also re-spritzed at 10 minutes... because it's just a spray of oil and it's still way less than fried chips so I'm not too worried about it.
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