Sausages and Waffle Chips

I love our deep fryer!

While I planned on grilling sausages and making baked beans, I originally planned to make a bit of potato salad.  And then I looked across the room to the fryer.

Waffle Chips!

Waffle chips are easy to cut with your trusty mandoline.  Using the ripple cutting edge, it’s just a matter of doing a half-turn after each cut.

Accompanying the chips were grilled Hungarian sausages and Phoebe’s Baked Beans.

I really do like the fact that I can make something like waffle chips without a lot of effort – or waste.  Stove-top frying has never been something I’ve enjoyed.  Everything thus far has come out crisp and not even remotely greasy.

I like.

I am trying to be reasonably responsible with this thing.  I have this vision of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution where the house he went to had a deep fryer that was in constant use.  They were not a petite family.  I think if I keep that in the forefront of my mind, I won’t go overboard.  I don’t want to have to bury this one in the yard like they did.