I just tried this this morning and it was yummy. Way lower in fat than potato chips, and less sodium too since you can control it. Scrub a russet potato and then use the side of a cheese grater to slice it (not the grating side, the side with the slats). Or if you have a food processor and don't mind washing it, use it to slice it. Basically, get yourself some thinly sliced potatoes in whatever way you prefer! Place parchment paper on a microwave safe plate. Lightly spray with oil. Place potato slices on the parchment paper, don't let them over lap, but they don't need space in between so you can fit them in nice and close. Lightly spray top of potatoes with oil. Microwave 5-8 minutes until browned (takes 5 minutes for me in a rather powerful microwave) Carefully remove plate from microwave and then remove the chips and toss with a bit of salt or other seasoning. Place next round of potatoes on plate, no need to respray the paper, but don't forget to spray the top of the potatoes. Dh and I both thought these tasted even better than regular potato chips. Not sure if they keep well as they were gone within 10 minutes of being made.