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Oiji’s Honey Butter Chips

Oiji’s Honey Butter Chips


Try this homemade version of Korean Honey Butter Chips with ice cream for dessert

Co-owners and chefs Brian Kim and TK Ku of Oiji created their own version of the popular Korean Honey Butter Chips. Their in-house chips are served as a dessert item alongside ice cream upon request.

The sweet chips created a cult phenomenon in 2014 when K-Pop stars began posting “selfies” with the convenience store food item.

This recipe is courtesy of Oiji’s Co-Owners/Chefs Brian Kim and TK Ku.

Ingredients

For the chips:

  • 4 medium-sized baking potatoes
  • Premium oil for frying (such as peanut or corn oil)

For the honey emulsion:

  • 1/4 Teaspoon ground cayenne pepper
  • 1/2 Cup honey
  • 1/4 Cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
  • 2 Tablespoons brown sugar
  • Salt, to taste

Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


Honey Butter Chips: Your New Favorite Salty and Sweet Dessert

Salty and sweet desserts create the perfect combination. But the next best thing is having something easy to make. We went to Oiji to get their take on honey butter chips, a dessert that will have everyone reaching for more.

Watch the video above or check out the recipe below!

Oiji's Honey Butter Chips
NOTE: You'll need to soak the potatoes for 6 to 10 hours before making the chips.

Ingredients:
For chips:
4 medium-sized baking potatoes
Premium oil for frying

For honey emulsion:
1/6 tsp. ground cayenne pepper
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup rich butter (high percentage of milk fat)
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
salt to taste

Preparation:

Peel the potatoes and then slice very thinly with a mandolin. Make sure to keep the thickness the same for each slice to ensure even frying.

Soak the potato slices in water for 6 to 10 hours. This helps loosen the starch and will keep the slices from sticking to each other when frying.

Rinse the slices in running water to remove excess starch and then dry the slices completely on a paper towel. Make sure all water is removed.

Heat oil in a deep fryer or deep skillet to 325 degrees. Add the slices to the oil and working batches to keep frying equal. Do not overcrowd your chips. Fry them, turning if needed, until each is a crispy, golden brown.

Remove them from the oil drain and cool them.

In a saucepan, combine the honey, cayenne, butter, and brown sugar over medium heat, whisking to combine. Once the mixture is warm, melted, and fully combined, drizzle it over the chips evenly and toss them lightly to fully coat. Serve immediately.

For more great food, drink and travel videos make sure to check out Potluck Video's website, head over to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.


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