Appetizer Eureka! It’s Pub Kettle Chips!
December 17th, 2013 by
These would go good while watching football or just watching the snow fall.

These would go great with watching a football game or just watching the snow fall.

It isn’t often that I strike gold while dining out but I did on a recent visit to Providence, Rhode Island.

By striking gold, I mean tasting something so incredibly delicious and yet so simple to cook it makes you think “Why didn’t I think of that?”¬†This happened on a visit to Union Station Brewery in downtown Providence. The dish? Pub Kettle Chips.

For a mere $7.99 you get a large platter of homemade kettle potato chips with melted cheddar cheese, bacon and sour cream.

I recreated them at home by doing the following:

Spread a layer of Utz Mystic Gourmet Dark Russet Potato Chips on a cookie sheet.

Sprinkle with extra-sharp cheddar cheese and bake in 350 degree oven until cheese melts and chips are hot.

Cook bacon and crumble it or cut it into small pieces and then sprinkle on top of chips.

Sprinkle with chopped green onion. And put a couple of large dollops of sour cream on top.

Mmmm! Goes well with beer (but then again, what doesn’t?)

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