Mine are most likely either Sun Potato chips or anything nice potato flavored. Actually there was an amazing Australian chip brand known as Grain Waves that Tony and I fell deeply in love with when we stopped at last year We’d every intention of bringing home Australian wines and chips, but we kept drinking and consuming them both after each purchase. Oops.
Wine + chips = an ideal midnight snack.
But what if you could make homemade chips best at home? Don’t get worried, I’ve got you covered.
I chosen a Parmesan garlic clove sugary potato chip because doesn’t that just sound delicious? Be confident, it really is. And all you need is 6 basic ingredients to get started. Let’s chat about them quickly.
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Cornstarch! We need this for crispy chips. It’s also the trick to crispy nice potato fries You can even make use of potato starch.
Olive oil! A nice light olive oil is usually lovely, but you can also make use of grapeseed, avocado or coconut oil.
GO Veggie! Dairy products Free of charge Parmesan Grated Topping ! To make these dairy free, I used Go Veggie’s beautiful parm and in addition added just a little garlic clove powder and sea sodium for delicious garlic-parm flavor. I take advantage of their parm all the time and trust me, it really does taste just like the genuine deal. If you’re looking for where you can buy the GV! grated topping, check out their store locator
And finally, here are some suggestion on what things to enjoy these nice poker chips with:
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Calories from fat: 109 calories
2 teaspoons cornstarch (may also make use of potato starch)
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 teaspoon garlic clove powder
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
Place nice potato rounds inside a medium bowl and sufficient cold water so that they are fully covered. Let the nice potato rounds soak for 20 minutes. Drain water from nice potatoes and pat dried out with a paper towel.
Preheat oven to 325 levels F. Range two baking linens with foil and spray with nonstick cooking spray.
Add lovely potato rounds, cornstarch, essential olive oil, garlic powder, sea salt and GO Veggie! Parm Topping to the handbag. Tremble vigorously and massage so that the sweet potatoes are fully coated.
Next consistently divide the rounds between the prepared baking sheets. Do not allow the rounds to contact. Bake for a quarter-hour after that rotate the pans and flip the chips. Bake another ten minutes, rotate the pans again and flip once more. Repeat once more (bake ten minutes, flip chips). Once potato chips are browned and sides look just a little crispy, they’re done. They’ll crisp up more once they cool. Sprinkle with extra ocean salt if desired. Makes 4 portions. Chips are best the day they’re first produced, as that’s if they are the many crispy.
-Julie @ Texan New Yorker