When I saw this recipe posted at Simple Recipes, I just had to try it. I love taro and heart taro chips, so her easy instruction of making taro chips got me interested. She has some step-by-step pictures at her blog (link provided below), so you can hop over to have a look.
This taro chip is crispy yet a bit hard. It's like the other fruit and veggie chips that we bought. I thought this would make an excellent Chinese New Year snack too. It must be good as my hubby finished the whole thing and left me with an empty bottle!!
I adapted the recipe from Simple Recipes. Thanks Juliana!
- Fresh taro, usually sold vacuum sealed and peeled
- Extra virgin olive oil, as needed
- Salt to taste
- Black pepper to taste
Thinly slice the taro, place in a bowl. Season to taste with olive oil, salt and pepper, use your hands to mix it well. Then, arrange single pile on a parchment lined baking pan. It will bake slower if use slipat or silicon lining. Then bake at 300'F for about 20 minutes. Keep checking the oven to see if it's curl up and crispy looking. Her instruction said to flip side after 10 minutes but I didn't bother to do so.