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These Zucchini Chips are easy to make and are thin, crispy, and irresistible! Did I mention they were healthy, too?
For a while, I’ve been looking for local farmers markets to go to in my area or CSAs to join. I really like the idea of buying farm fresh ingredients because I’m all about supporting the farming community and Jason and I love fresh ingredients. There is this farmers market near my house that is on Wednesday’s. Kind of annoying because I work. The ones on the weekend are nothing like the ones I went to when I was in California. I’m so jealous of all you West Coasters and your awesome farmers markets. Don’t take them for granted!
I’m sure there are great ones in the city (DC) but I’m there 5 days a week for work so going in on the weekend is kind of daunting and not really appealing.
My coworker recently told me about this farm fresh delivery service she signed up for. So awesome. I love that everything is from local area farms and they deliver it to your doorstep while you’re at work. They come once a week and deliver a large box and it’s FILLED with a variety of vegetables and fruits. I tried it for the first time this past week and for the haul I got on Wednesday, I scored some pretty sweet loot.
Part of my haul was a large zucchini. I LOVE zucchini. And we all know it’s zucchini season since everyone is up to their ears in them right now. The best part of zucchini season? I’m loving all the zucchini recipes I’m seeing!
Here’s another zucchini recipe to add to your repertoire.
Veggie chips rock my world. I buy large bags of them at Costco and go to town. They’re dangerously addicting and I feel like eating the entire bag helps me get more than a day’s worth of veggies in. Haha, or at least I’d like to think that way. Probably not the best.
These zucchini chips that I made are definitely made of REAL zucchinis and using my mandolin to slice up these discs was really relaxing. I was kind of sad when I came to the end of the zucchini and couldn’t slice up anymore, lol
These delicate chips take a bit of time to make – honestly, waiting was probably the worst part of it. It’s extremely simple but having to wait for them to finish crisping up was torture! I just wanted to eat them immediately!
- 1 large zucchini
- 2 tbsp. olive oil
- Kosher salt
- Preheat oven to 225 degrees. Line two large baking sheets (I used two 17" baking sheets) with silicon baking mats or parchment paper.
- Slice your zucchini on a mandolin. Mine had 1, 2, or 3 for thickness and I used 2.
- After you slice your zucchini, place the slices on a sheet of paper towels and take another paper towel and sandwich the zucchini slices and press on them. This helps draw out the liquid so it'll cook a bit faster.
- Line up the zucchini slices on the prepared baking sheet tightly next to each other in a straight line, making sure not to overlap them.
- In a small bowl, pour your olive oil in and take a pastry brush to brush the olive oil on each zucchini slice.
- Sprinkle salt throughout the baking sheet. Do NOT over-season, in fact, it's better to use less salt initially because the slices will shrink; so if you over-season, it'll be way too salty! You can always add more later.
- Bake for 2+ hours until they start to brown and aren't soggy and are crisp.
- Let cool before removing and serving.
- Keep in an airtight container for no more than 3 days.