<p>You'll want to try this.</p>
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:
With a sharp skewer, pierce the potato all the way through the middle.
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.
Once the spiral is complete, carefully pull the layers apart on the skewer.
Put the skewers on a baking sheet. Top with oil and your favorite spices to add some flavor.
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: