Does the chip aisle call to you in the supermarket? “Crispy salty goodness....” We get it. Here’s a fun healthy baked alternative. We have explored chip-making with our addictive zucchini chip recipe. Today we bring you a power-combo of radish and cinnamon sugar. I will wager you’ve never thought of putting these two things together. But these little numbers are guaranteed to give you cause for celebration. They are spicy, earthy warm, a little bitter, and a little sweet.
These chips are the perfect balance between healthy and craving-satisfying. They are thin, crunchy and tasty. You might want to prepare plenty, allowing you to put some away for later. You won’t regret it! What you need: 5 medium zucchinis Olive oil Salt and pepper to taste 1 tsp cumin seeds (optional) 1 tsp smoked paprika (optional) Method: Slice the zucchini, with a mandolin preferably. Preheat the oven to 110 degrees C, fan forced. Line several baking trays with baking pa
In our home, I have been known to using the very versatile zucchini in patties, veggie lasagnas, on the grill, in soups, in open sandwiches, in stir fries and even in brownies! I love it! If you’ve got a picky eater, zucchini is fantastic way to sneak some greens in. Due to it’s mild taste, when grated, it almost disappears. This fun little recipe is a great one for the entire family. They can be a lunchbox protein source, picnic box staple, a morning or afternoon snack or a