Love potato chips but don’t like the calories .. well now you don’t have to worry! This potato chips are delicious! You must try them 🙂 SUBSCRIBE TO MY COOKING CHANNEL, NEW VIDEOS EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY: www.youtube.com FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: twitter.com Ingredients: (for one medium size bowl of chips) 2 medium sized potatoes (skin on) 2 cups of vinegar 2 tablespoons of salt For plain potato chips or flavoured: After you have sliced the potatoes, rinse and soak to remove excess starch. Dry off and place on baking paper lined tray. Then sprinkle with either salt, chill flakes, bbq rub, garlic salt or any desired herbs and spices. Bake as per instructions. *NOTE* As each oven is different make sure you keep an eye on them, if they are browning too quickly, simply lower the temperature. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Get recipe: divascancook.com Hippie chips, hamster food…whatever you wanna call ’em kale chips makes a pretty quick, easy, and healthy snack. They are great for whenever you are having those crunchy, salty cravings but really don’t wanna give it to potato chips. The best part about making these kale chips is that you can flavor them any way you like. I was in a salt and vinegar kind of mood so I made salt n vinegar, but another great option is to sprinkle them with parmesan cheese right when they come out of the oven yum! And of course the original salt & olive oil is a classic. Music by Kevin Macleod
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Question by Val: Does anyone know of a low fat low salt low sugar Thanksgiving vegetable side dish?
I am going to my in-laws for turkey day. My father in-law just got out the hospital and is on a strict diet. Any help w/ the menu? I am suppose to bring a vegetable casserole side dishs. Help I need suggestions. Thanks happy turkey day to all.
Answer by Auntie Anne Arkey The term cassarole is pretty much an oxymoron with low fat, low salt.
How Thanksgiving-y does it have to be? Ratatouile is a great “cassarole” dish that definitely fits the bill.
Porcini mushrooms are an early fall treat with a nutty, robust flavor. Sprinkle on beef, veal, pork, poultry, fish, rice, potatoes, pasta, polenta, popcorn, soup, cream sauces, tomatoes, dipping oil, and rubs. Simply perfect for French and Italian dishes.
Learn how to gargle salt to counter cold Symptoms in this free good health video. Expert: Dr. Susan Jewell Bio: Dr. Susan Jewell is a British born educated bilingual Asian with a British accent and can speak Cantonese. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan Video Rating: 4 / 5
Pack of twelve, 3.5-ounces per unit (total of 42 ounces)
Starts with the plumpest, most tender gourmet popcorn
Carefully selected from local organic-certified farms
Fluffy white bursts of natural goodness
Good Health Organic Popcorn with a Hint of Sea Salt starts with the plumpest, most tender gourmet popcorn, carefully selected from local organic-certified farms. And, like all good popcorn, you will naturally find kernels at the bottom of the bag.