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Beet chips are a great way to nutrify the traditional bad-boy potato chip and they are a synch to make. Just toss the beet in your food processor to make slices or finely slice the beet by hand. Pat beet slices dry with cloth, then coat with a fine layer of extra virgin olive oil. You can get creative with the spices. I tossed the beet slices in a bowl and coated them with pepper, garlic powder, and coriander before arranging them on a greased cookie sheet. I used the convection roast setting at 400 degrees to roast the chips, turning frequently. Roast the chips until the edges appear crispy, about 20-30 minutes. Place on cooling rack to cool. Enjoy!
- 3 large beets, finely sliced in food processor or by hand
- Extra virgin olive oil spray or liquid to coat beet slices
- 1 T pepper
- 1 T coriander
- 1 T garlic powder
Mix beet chips in with potato, carrot and kale chips…or whatever you’ve got in the produce bin. It;s a delicious way to serve vegetables!