It’s zucchini season and our garden is producing boatloads of them. We cooked them several different ways: made a cool summer soup, added them to salads, fried them, sauteed them with onions, and even made cake and muffins.
So, as everyone was getting tired of zucchini at my house, I decided to try something tricky: made crispy and oh, so tasty zucchini chips. Tricky becasue everyone loves crispy chips, and no one thought zucchini could make such a delicious snack 😉
Zucchini Chips Variations
These chips are absolutely delicious if you follow this recipe. but if you’re adventurous and want to try different things, here are some ideas to experiment with:
- add some cayenne pepper for a bit of spice
- sprinkle them with some Parmesan cheese in the last 10 minutes of cooking for a more cheesy taste
- use nutritional yeast flakes instead of salt (or in addition to it, if you use less salt)
Tools You Need to Make Zucchini Chips
If you only make these once, you might be able to get away with a regular chef’s knife and your stove’s baking pan. But once oyu try them I promise you’ll want to make then often.
And if you grow zucchini in your garden (or have a neighbor who leaves bags of them at your door because they don’t know what to do with so many), you’ll definitely want to make this easy.
Here’s what you’ll need.