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Mastrad Chip Tray with Mandoline

Homemade, crispy, fat-free chips are as easy as using your microwave. Slice your own potatoes with the included mandoline, place the slices on the tray and pop them into the microwave for a healthier alternative to greasy potato chips. The nonstick...Read More

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Homemade, crispy, fat-free chips are as easy as using your microwave. Slice your own potatoes with the included mandoline, place the slices on the tray and pop them into the microwave for a healthier alternative to greasy potato chips.

The nonstick silicone tray surface crisps your chips, so no added fat is necessary. Works best with root vegetables and fruits, such as sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, parsnips, apples, pears and mangoes. Not recommend for other root vegetables and fruits.

Perfect for snacks or for parties, chips are ready in as little as 3–5 minutes. The easy-to-use slicer cuts your vegetables and fruits thinly and evenly. Stack up to three trays at one time to make larger batches quicker. For microwave use only. Silicone tray is dishwasher safe; hand wash mandoline.

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  • Manufacturer: Mastrad, Inc.
  • Includes: 1 chip tray and 1 mandoline
  • Care: Dishwasher safe. Never use with abrasive cleaners or scouring pads
  • Material: Silicone, plastic and steel
BENEFITS:
  • Make light and crispy chips from your microwave.
  • Requires no added fat.
  • Silicone tray crisps chips.
  • Works best with root vegetables and fruits, such as sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, parsnips, apples, pears and mangoes.
  • Not recommend for other root vegetables and fruits.
  • Mandolin evenly and thinly slices fruits and veggies.
  • Use up to three trays at one time.
  • Never overlap chips when cooking or use on a non-microwave setting.
  • Cooks chips in approximately 3–5 minutes. When using more than one tray, add approximately one extra minute of cooking time per tray. If necessary, cook food in additional blocks of 30 seconds for optimal results.

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Chip tray with mandolin
This tray works very well. It's easy to do and the mandolin works well. We are trying to avoid processed food and this is a great substitute for the greasy chips with salt you can get at the store. Tried white potato and sweet potato so far. They were delicious.
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February 3, 2012
Disappointing
There are two things you need, I think, to get anything out of this product. One is a large microwave oven - the tray is at least 12"" wide. You also need a strong microwave oven. Mine is only 700 watts, but I just couldn't get anything to crisp after many, many minutes (so many, in fact, that my oven overheated and shut down!).

It's cheap enough if you want to try it and such a great idea, but it just didn't work out for me at all
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February 17, 2012
surprisingly effective
i was a little skeptical after seeing this product on an infomercial, but i picked it up online for a decent price.

let me just say my family was blown away at the crisp, tasty potato (and sweet potato, and apple) chips that we managed to produce with this set.

the slicer is small, but sturdy enough, it only cuts 1/8"" thick slices and is not adjustable, works fine for the chips we made (thicker slices do not cook well, but we found thinner slices were had even more crunch and were very good).

the tray seems very floppy, because it is, all silicone. as another review said you will need a larger sized microwave to fit it, please check your measurements first and don't blame the tray if you can't fit it in your small microwave! cooking time will also vary based on your microwave's power (and age). so experiment until you get a good understanding, also how ""wet"" a potato (or apple) will affect cooking time.

a tip i got from another site. when you get your final cooking time, take a minute off, pause for a minute, then cook the final minute. then take the slices off the tray to a plate and let them sit for a few minutes. they will finish cooking and get very crispy.

since making our own we can't go back to greasy bagged chips. these have incredible taste without all the oil and chemicals. are quick and easy to make. and tasty! don't forget to vary your toppings! salt and pepper. garlic salt. onion salt. parmesan cheese. even cinnamon sugar. all very tasty.

we have two trays and will be filling one while cooking the other, keeps a steady work stream going while we're making a batch to munch on. these trays have paid for themselves and we are quite happy with the results. the value is good considering we aren't paying $4 a bag for store chips any longer (potatoes are cheap). the quality of the trays remains to be seen over time, they have stood up to a few months regular use in my house so far. this product doesn't have a lot of ""features"" to speak of
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March 13, 2012
Taste great!
I received my Chip Tray set for Christmas and have used it several times with white potatoes.
The chips come out of the microwave nice and crispy. This is not a fast process...it takes at least 3 minutes cooking time per tray, plus the slicing and patting dry of the slices. Cook the chips until they start to turn brown to get the full flavor. No salt, no fat, and they taste great! I would not do this for a party...it just takes way too long
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March 13, 2012
 

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Lucresia P on Sep 4, 2014
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susan u on Jul 27, 2014
To make healthy snacks, making chips out of different vegetables.
Debra K on Aug 16, 2014
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LINDA M on Jul 26, 2014
What type of material is the chip tray made out of, since it is advertised it is microwavable
A shopper on Mar 14, 2012
Best Answer: The nonstick silicone tray surface crisps your chips, so no added fat is necessary. Works best with root vegetables and fruits, such as sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, parsnips, apples, pears and mangoes. Not recommend for other root vegetables and fruits.

Perfect for snacks or for parties, chips are ready in as little as 3–5 minutes. The easy-to-use slicer cuts your vegetables and fruits thinly and evenly. Stack up to three trays at one time to make larger batches quicker. For microwave use only. Silicone tray is dishwasher safe; hand wash mandoline.

The tray is made of food safe silicone and the mandoline is made of plastic and stainless steel
Reply · Report · CarrieSLTCS on Mar 18, 2012
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Can you use the trays in a conventional oven? If so, please provide suggested temperature and time
A shopper on Oct 17, 2012
Best Answer: These chip trays are suggested for microwave use only.
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