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A potato chip (often just chip, or crisp in British and Irish English) is a thin slice of potato that has been either deep fried or baked until crunchy. They are commonly served as a snack, side dish, or appetizer. The basic chips are cooked and salted; additional varieties are manufactured using various flavorings and ingredients including herbs, spices, cheeses, other natural flavors, artificial flavors, and additives.
Potato chips form a large part of the snack food and convenience food market in Western countries. The global potato chip market generated total revenue of US$16.49 billion in 2005. This accounted for 35.5% of the total savory snacks market in that year ($46.1 billion).
Super easy and lower calorie than potato crisps (chips in U.S.). I made the ones pictured the other day at my friend's house.
Parsnips (peeled if you wish)
Heat oven to 180 C
Using a Y shaped vegetable peeler (partially shown in...
Carrot crisps are kind of hard to write up as a recipe because they are so very basic. Rather like anything that is done in this style, they can have flavourings added to them, or they can be left alone.
So take your carrots and wash then, but leave the skins on. Slice the carrots into 2mm...
I'm on the side of corn: tortillas, and especially nachos. Potatoes are great, but not generally my preference unless they come with a great dip or seasoning...although corn tends to make my stomach acids act up whereas potatoes do that much less, especially the slightly healthier alternative...
I decided to have a play during the week and try out a new recipe: Sweet Miso Kale Crisps and boy are they good, despite having to change some of the ingredients over to what is available in the UK.
So with the various substitutions, here is my version of the recipe. Ideally you need a...