You've Never Cooked a Potato Like This Before!

You'll want to try this.

You've probably had a lot of different foods on a stick—corn dogs, veggie kebobs, shrimp, ice cream, and pretty much everything else served at a state fair. But, have you ever had a potato on a stick?

Don't worry, we're not suggesting you eat this corn-on-the-cob style.

This fun and clever food hack from YouTube user DaveHax takes an ordinary potato and spirals it on a stick. After it's prepped, the thin layers stretch out to make one, long continuous potato chip—genius!

This would make a great side for a party, a tasty topper for juicy burgers, or just on its own! Plus, it looks super fancy, but it's so easy to make.

Here's how to do it:

Step 1

With a sharp skewer, pierce the potato all the way through the middle.

Step 2

On a cutting board, slice an angled slit at the top of the potato. Keep the knife in place and begin spinning the potato around. The spirals will start to form.

Step 3

Once the spiral is complete, carefully pull the layers apart on the skewer.

Step 4

Put the skewers on a baking sheet. Top with oil and your favorite spices to add some flavor.

Step 5

Bake at 320 degrees for 25 minutes, or until crispy.

This is such an inspired way to eat a classic side dish. Check out the video below:


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