A tasty crispy snack high in fiber, no cholesterol, vegan and vegetarian!
Keep the cost down by making your own healthy, natural chips and no preservatives on this high powered snack; great for Game Day. These can be baked or fried.
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Step 1: Prep:
Using a Mandolin or the slicing blade of a food processor. Slice thinly
1 taro root, peeled
2 sweet potatoes or yams
Place on paper towels and blot dry to remove any moisture.
Step 2: Fry or Bake
Fry: Heat oil to 365F or
Drop in one piece of vegetable, if it sizzles like in the 1st picture your oil is ready
in a wok or large deep fryer or saucepot with 3" of vegetable oil.
Using a spider (pic #2) press down the chips, turning when brown on one side. Continue to fry until both sides are golden brown. approx. 1-2min.
Drain on paper towels, blotting.
Sprinkle with salt while hot.
Separate each vegetable and place on an oiled parchment lined baking sheet.
Spray or lightly brush tops lightly with oil.
Bake until edges begin to curl on the taro root.
Yams will soften and glisten but not crisp as they have a lot of natural sugar.
Sprinkle lightly with salt immediately when removed from oven.
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