Butterfly potatoes, spiral-cut chips, tornado potatoes, wavy chips...this savory, starchy snack goes by a bunch of different names. But no matter what you call it, there's no denying how delicious it is.
It all starts with a single potato, which is then masterfully cut into one long ribbon before it's deep-fried. Top yours with sea salt, ketchup or a splash of malt vinegar.
The dish got its start on the streets of Seoul, South Korea, before making its debut in the U.S. at the Minnesota State Fair a decade ago. It’s been a state fair legend ever since.