Glass Potato Chips with Blood Sauce

 

Bloody Glass Potato Chips
Shards of glass served with with a side of blood. This creepy recipe is sure to freak some people out. they taste pretty good too.
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Baked Potato Stock
  1. 8 Yukon gold potatoes
  2. ½ cup of olive oil
  3. 1 tablespoon kosher salt
  4. 1 liter of hot water (95 C, not boiling)
Baked Potato Gel
  1. 4 tablespoons potato starch
  2. 2 cups of baked potato stock
  3. Ketchup
Instructions
  1. Wash the potatoes under cold water and dry with paper towel. Cut into the skin of each potato 1 cm. Toss the potatoes with ½ cup of olive and season with the salt.
  2. Bake for 25 minutes at 450 F.
  3. Remove from oven and place the baked potatoes in a bowl with 1 litre of hot water (95 C, slightly cooler than boiling temperature), cover it and let it sit at room temperature for 2 hours.
  4. Strain the mixture with a fine strainer, reserving the baked potato stock. Chill stock in preparation for next step.
  5. Put chilled baked potato stock into a pot and whisk in the potato starch. Continue whisking the starch and stock together and bring it to boil, forming a gel. Remove from heat.
  6. Drying: Spread the potato gel on a sheet of parchment paper. The gel should be about 3 mm thick.
  7. Dry in the oven at 135 F for 2 hours until fully dry.
  8. Frying: Break the dried sheet into irregular pieces about the size of playing card. Fry these potato chips at 350 F until clear and crisp. Remove and place on paper towel, then season with kosher salt.
  9. Squeeze ketchup on them so it looks like blood is dripping from them.
Notes
  1. This recipe is time consuming, but worth it for the effect.
  2. Take a squeeze bottle and squeeze the ketchup all over the chips. Don't add too much as you want it to look like people have been dipping their fingers in a cutting themselves on the glass.
Adapted from From a recipe found online by Hamid Salimian
Adapted from From a recipe found online by Hamid Salimian
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