Baked Sweet Potato chips are so simple to make with just 4 ingredients.They are super crunchy and heart healthy,a delicious alternative to deep fried snacks.Slice the sweet potatoes with a mandolin or a sharp knife,cut them as evenly as possible.Thinner slices yield crispy chips while thicker ones makes the chips tender at the center.
You can soak the potato slices in water for 30 mins.Alternatively you can wash them in water for 4-5 times.This helps to remove the starch and make them more crispy.Pat dry completely before baking.Toss the sweet potato slice in olive oil,sprinkle with salt and your favorite seasonings .I have used freshly ground dried red chili flakes for the combination of sweet potatoes with chili flakes is do delicious.You can also sprinkle some Italian herbs for kids may find it spicy with chili flakes.Bake until crisp and enjoy the guilt free chips while crisp and warm.
PREPARATION TIME : 10 MINS
BAKING TIME : 200 DEGREE C (18-22 MINS)
250g sweet potato
2 tsp olive oil
Chili flakes as required(optional)
Salt to taste
Wash and peel the sweet potatoes.Preheat oven to 200 C and slice the sweet potatoes into rounds as thinly as possible.
Transfer the sweet potatoes to a bowl of cold water and soak for 30 minutes to remove the starch or wash them in water for 4 -5 times.Drain and pat completely dry.In a large mixing bowl,toss the sweet potato slices with olive oil and salt.
Place the slices of sweet potato on the baking sheets and lightly brush or spray with olive oil,sprinkle with chili flakes or italian herbs and bake for 18-22 mins. Cooking times may vary depending on your oven!
Just pulse the whole dried red chillies for 8-10 sec in your mixie to get fresh chili flakes.
Remove from oven and let cool for few mins.
Enjoy them while crisp and warm.
TAKE CARE TIPS :
Slice them as evenly as possible so that they bake evenly.
Feel free to adjust or choose the spices in the recipe to your taste.
2 thoughts on “Baked Sweet Potato chips”
What a great idea Swapna, and I love your creativity! They look delicious 😀
Thank you so much Antonia…