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Review: Topchips microwave chip maker

October 3, 2011 |  7:08 am

Topchips microwave chip maker Make your own potato and tortilla chips in the microwave? Fresh and oil-free?

That's the promise of Topchips, made and sold by Mastrad. The silicone tray is also sold through the Pampered Chef under the name Microwave Chip Maker. Holes in the surface of the silicone and scalloped edges on the tray allow air to circulate around the food, so it crisps and cooks.

What happens when Times food and kitchen writer Mary MacVean tests Topchips with sliced potatoes, sweet potatoes, apples, whole wheat tortillas and pita bread? Her verdict may surprise you.

Review: Topchips microwave chip maker

 

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