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Potato Stacks Are The Crispy Side Dish You've Been Missing
There are endless ways to cook potatoes, but one incredibly underrated dish is potato stacks, or sliced potatoes stacked on top of each other and baked until crispy. The potatoes are sliced into rounds of either 16th of an inch or an eighth of an inch, and can be coated with herbs, olive oil, cheese, and whatever else your heart desires.
To make potato slacks, slice your potatoes, then stack the rounds in a muffin tin and bake in an oven set between 375 to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. The potatoes should bake to a golden-brown color, which can take between 25-55 minutes, depending on how hot your oven is, but for even more flavor, you can also fry potato stacks.
To fry potato stacks, take your stacked potatoes and cut the stacks into a rectangular shape, then fry them in oil until crisp. TikTok chef Poppycooks makes things even more indulgent by massaging beef drippings into the sliced potatoes before layering them in a loaf pan lined with parchment paper and baking, followed by a fry job.