Recipes, skills, how-to instruction on things that have worked for me.
Saturday, August 17, 2013
Peel and gut the zucchini and chop it into chip sizes. I cheated and used the fine slicing blade on our Kitchen Aide food processor.
Sprinkle generously with a flavor of your choice - we tried white cheddar and Parmesan popcorn flavors and Splenda/cinnamon and that was what we like best. The dried chips seemed to have a slightly sweet natural flavor that went better with the cinnamon.
Don't be shy about putting on the flavorings. The moisture in the zucchini dissolves the flavorings and prevents the fan from blowing off the spices. It takes about 10 hours at 125 deg F.
So they probably aren't cheeto's, but then they have almost no calories either.