I was so very excited to get a mandoline slicer especially for making baked vegetable chips. The beet and sweet potato chips were so delicious that I scarfed them all down at once! My stomach felt weird for some days afterwards no matter how much water I drank. Sigh. I usually overeat celery, snap peas and other water rich vegetables. Baked vegetable slices are both extraordinarily delightful and dangerous (for me). Nonetheless, thanks for sharing the recipes/article. I look forward to developing some restraint with the help of this inspiration.
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There's a kind of tray that lets you make these kinds of chips in a microwave, without oil. I have one and it's good fun. But you need to watch the cooking times like a hawk because it is easy to burn the chips by overcooking. Also, you definitely need to use a mandoline slicer to get a thin enough vegetable slice that will make a good chip.
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