I love them as a snack but find all brands are cooked in sunflower oil, I can easily knock back 300g while watching a film.
Doss anyone know a brand that is cooked in a healthier oil or animal fat preferably.
Also wondering if there is the same sort of thing but with normal potato crisps? Any brand?
asked byPaul_27 (124)
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on August 21, 2013
at 09:35 AM
I am making my own Sweet potatoes crisps with coconut oil OR duck fat. Just slice the sweet potatoes thinly, brush with coconut oil or duck fat (warm the fat first), then put that in the oven at medium temperature. Check regularly so they don't get burnt.
on June 09, 2013
at 07:41 PM
maybe try this? where are you in the uk?
on March 28, 2013
at 06:43 PM
Do not exist! You'll have to DIY if you want them cooked in non-veggie fat, sadly. It's quite tricky to slice the veg thin enough though, although a wide peeler might do the job
You could also try freeze-dried
I <3 veggie crisps!! Here in Dubai you can get this amazing brand with courgette, onions and even french beans as well as the usual carrot, beetroot and sweet potato - freeze dried too
on March 14, 2013
at 02:59 PM
You'll probably have to make your own -- get yourself a deep fryer and lots of tallow.
on February 28, 2013
at 01:20 PM
you could probably make your own at a much reduced cost, just slice thinly & place in food dehydrator
kale chips are awesome! im gonna try & mimick the inspiral cinnamon/cacao kale chips which are incredible
id like a good fatty snack like what your describing though, and pork sctratching are unfortunately generally disgusting