Sweet Potato Chips
By: GmaFog | : 793 : 2
- 2 large Sweet Potatoes
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- ½ teaspoon sea salt and/or favorite seasonings (Try Paprika and Brown Sugar, Pumpkin Pie Spice, or Cajun mix)
- Pre-heat oven at 275 degrees.
- Peel and Slice the sweet potatoes evenly thin (about 1/8” thick or less).
- Place them in cold water for 5 minutes. Pat dry and place them in a plastic bag with the oil, sea salt, and spices.
- Seal the bag and shake them up until they are all coated.
Place a cooling rack (oven safe) inside a cookie sheet. Set the sweet potato slices on the rack next to each other but not overlapping. Place the sheet in the center of the oven for about 2 hours. They should stay until crispy brown. They taste great with that Siamoth Slaw sandwich above!
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