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Eutamias21: root veggie chips
iamrex: Eutamias21: root veggie chipsOooh, do you make these yourself?
Eutamias21: Yep. They're not very good, haha. They'd be better if I used a mandolin and deep fried them. Instead I cut them by hand, toss them in olive oil, white vinegar, salt, and pepper, and bake in a 250 degree oven, flipping every 30 minutes or so until they're dried out and "crisp."
RexTalionis: Isn't that just a potato chip? It's a root, it's a vegetable and it's in chip form.
iamrex: Do you season them at all? And besides potatoes/sweet potatoes, what else do you use?
Eutamias21: RexTalionis: Isn't that just a potato chip? It's a root, it's a vegetable and it's in chip form.I don't use potatoes, though. Beet, kohlrabi, radish, parsnip, etc.iamrex: Do you season them at all? And besides potatoes/sweet potatoes, what else do you use?Re: seasoning, really only salt and pepper. Occasionally cumin or paprika. Re: types, see above.
soosh: do they crisp up at 250? how long does it take? I would maybe try bumping the heat up to around 450 towards the end of cooking.
Eutamias21: soosh: do they crisp up at 250? how long does it take? I would maybe try bumping the heat up to around 450 towards the end of cooking.It takes a LONG time. It's the only way to sufficiently dry them out. At least 90 minutes.
muck4doo: Tacos and tequila.
soosh: any reason you don't fry them in a wok or saucepan? just to keep them less greasy?
BKITU: Ro-Tel + Velveeta
Once and Future Lurker: A big pot of chili with all the fixings laid out buffet style
megalynn44: This cheddar bacon ranch bread was popular last year, not sure I'm going through the trouble this time thoug
Earguy: BKITU: Ro-Tel + VelveetaHelp, Fark, you're my only hope. Is Ro-Tel cheese still available? When I lived in Texas, they had it. It was not as rubbery as Velveeta. It was better than Velveeta. It melted and had better consistency than sauce made with real cheddar. It was somewhere between cheddar and Velveeta. I haven't seen Ro-Tel brand cheese in years, I've even looked on Amazon.com.Anybody? Anyone at least remember Ro-Tel Cheese? Mixed with the chilis it's the best dip ever.
soosh: Anyone at least remember Ro-Tel Cheese? Mixed with the chilis it's the best dip ever.I remember that, but haven't seen it since I lived in Oklahoma, sixteen years ago.
Earguy: Ro-Tel Cheese
ferretman: http://www.texmex.net/Rotel/cheesdip. htm
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