Healthy Sweet Potato Chips

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Healthy Sweet Potato Chips

healthy sweet potato chips

Stu: Who doesn’t like sweet potatoes? I’m a huge fan as they are high in minerals, vitamins and antioxidants and my favourite clean-burning starch. So when our good mates at Primal-Life in NZ shared their Kumara (Maori name for sweet potato) chips recipe with us, I just had to pass it on.

This process takes about 15 mins to prep and will give you a healthy chip alternative without the crazy chemicals and damaging oils. Enjoy…

Ingredients

  • 4 sweet potatoes (the longer ones are easier to work with)
  • About 2 cups animal fat or coconut oil
  • Sea salt

Method

  • Peel the sweet potatoes using a potato peeler or mandolin slicer, very thinly slice onto a paper towel (helps to absorb the moisture)
  • Pat dry with another paper towel
  • Heat fat on medium/high in a pot (I usually make the fat about 4cm deep)
  • Cook chips in batches until crispy and golden (watch them carefully because once cooked they burn easily)
  • Remove from pot and place onto a baking tray lined with paper towels (this will help absorb any excess fat)
  • Sprinkle with salt.
  • Either eat fresh or put the tray they are on into the oven for 30 mins on 150c – this will dry them out a bit more and help them to stay crispy.

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