Recipe by yesnomaybeso7
"This is a healthy alternative to potato chips and taste salty and sweet like sweet potato fries. This recipe is inspired by other recipes on the internet that I have played with. The thinner the slices, the crunchier the chips."
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extra-virgin olive oil
I must have missed something. I tried the vegetable peeler, as the instructions state; the strips were too thin and stuck together. I then tried the slice side of a grater, but it was way too dangerous for my fingers. I wound up slicing them in the food processor. After tossing with a sprinkle of oil and salt, I spread them in the pan and baked 6 minutes on the top rack then 6 minutes on the bottom rack. They were still raw. I alternated racks for the next 15 minutes and they never "toasted" (I even tried broiling them at the end). They taste like raw, soggy carrot peels. I'm so disappointed as I was hoping for a healthy alternative to potato chips.
Used sweet organic carrots and sliced thinly with a mandolin. There’s a fine line between not being crisp enough and over browned (yeah, I had a few), so watch them closely. On the positive side, even the over browned ones were incredibly sweet. The carrot slices shrink substantially, so keep that in mind when you’re thinking about number of servings. For us, this recipe would equate to 2 servings, not 4. They may not be pretty, but trust me, you won’t be able to eat just one, they are surprisingly good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 23
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