Liquorice chips

Liquorice chips


  • 1 kg of potatoes
  • Fry oil
  • Amarelli liquorice powder
  • Sweet paprika powder
  • Salt


  • Wash and dry the potatoes, peel and slice them into slices as thin as possible.
  • Heat the oil for frying in a frying pan, once it is ready fry the chips a little at a time,
    until they coloured on both sides.
  • Drip the excess of oil with a skimmer and place in a bowl with absorbent paper and salt.
  • Once all the chips are finished, place them in the bowls where they will be served and sprinkled with liquorice powder or paprika or whatever aroma you want.

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