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Not zucchini chips...they have so much water in them. Must be tricky to make chips, but what I like
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Posted to Thread #27805 at 11:28 pm on Jul 15, 2015
is to slice them, then put into a cast iron skillet with olive oil. I use high heat to start, get them really brown on both sides, then turn heat down and get them even browner and crisper. I do not get a dry chip, but a crunchy crust and a buttery middle. I drizzle with fresh lemon juice, so yummy.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 27805. has anyone else tried making zucchini chips [LINK] - cyalexa2 - 8:17pm on 07/15/15 (3)
- Not zucchini chips...they have so much water in them. Must be tricky to make chips, but what I like - KarenNoCA - 11:28pm on 07/15/15
- that sounds good, thanks [NT] - cyalexa2 - 2:04am on 07/16/15
- They are good grilled outside this way also--and of course there is always - Charley - 10:13am on 07/16/15