Introduction: Wonton Chips

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Everybody knows potato chips but that is not the only thing to make chips with. I use wonton wrappers, the ones used for dumplings and Dim Sum. I always have some in my freezer, so if I have unexpected guests I just pop them into the oven and I have homemade chips.

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This is how you do it:

Cut the wrappers into half so you have triangles. Put them on a baking tray and spray them with oil spray.

Step 2:

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Turn them over and spray again. Bake them at 200 C for 8-10 minutes. You can sprinkle them with salt or herbs.

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Very quick and very easy!
I serve them with Guacamole, Salsa or a sour cream dip.


LILLIAN-R (author)2013-02-27

I love this idea! Did you season them at all?

Pane-Bistecca (author)LILLIAN-R2013-02-27

I did season some with sea salt and herbs, but if you serve them with a spicy dip there's no need for it.

LILLIAN-R (author)Pane-Bistecca2013-02-27

Okay, thanks! =)

De Luca (author)2013-02-23

I am surprised that no one has commented yet. This is awesome, well done :)

Pane-Bistecca (author)De Luca2013-02-23

Thank you!

valhallas_end (author)2013-02-23

Looks pretty tasty. What kind of oil spray do you use?

I use Olive oil Spray, but it's up to your taste what you use.

sunshiine (author)2013-02-22

I have been trying to find wonton wrappers here and they never have them. I wanted to make something over the weekend. I will have to try this method! Thanks for sharing.

Pane-Bistecca (author)sunshiine2013-02-23

You can use fresh pasta sheets, but I guess that's too much work.

sunshiine (author)Pane-Bistecca2013-02-23

Thanks, That is what I was thinking.

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