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LIBBYL1 Posts: 5,884
1/20/13 10:37 P

roasted corn (dry-roasted) is a great snack

-POOKIE- Posts: 11,848
1/16/13 4:09 A

I like soynuts, dried soybeans, not sure you can do them yourself, but they are very tasty.

Broad beans are something I have tried as well, those are big and super crunchy.

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1/15/13 4:04 P

You could try the master recipe here:

http://www.apronstringsblog.com/fab-frug
al-friday-crispy-roasted-vegetable-chips/

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1/15/13 8:24 A

So I went to this Internation Food Market near my kid's elementary school out of curiosity. Being I've only gone to Asian markets before, I was surprised at all the spices and snack foods that I have seen in countless recipes, but never seen for sale anywhere locally. Cheap coriander seed and fennel seed, loose tea leaves, and the infamous and mysterious crystallized ginger, which I have never seen in person before. Then I noticed a cheap container of roasted green peas. I had never tried them, and once I did, I became hooked.

So my question to you is, what other legumes or veggies can I roast to get a crunchy and healthy snack food along the lines of the peas? I already tried roasted chickpeas.

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