I prefer to use a mandolin so that I get even sliced chips. You will want to play around with temperature and length of baking time to get the desired chip consistency. I like my soft and chewy in the middle.
Zuchinni or other squash, sliced into coins
Nutritional yeast or parm cheese (1 pt worth)
Mrs. Dash Table Blend (to taste)
Garlic or Seasoning Salt (to taste)
Ancho Chili Powder (to taste)
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lay chips out on a baking pan and sprinkle with assorted seasonings. Bake until desired consistency, I do mine 20ish minutes. Enjoy!
Sunday, July 13, 2008
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