Beet Chips

2.17.2011

Yesterday I made beet chips to go along with our sandwiches.

so i learned two things while making them,
1. Beets stain (obviously, look at the vibrant color of them!)
2. Use a mandolin to slice them!!



It is a super easy recipe, let me tell you how it goes:

Beet Chips

2-3 medium sized beets
kosher salt

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2. Wash beets and peel over sink to reduce the mess in the kitchen
3. Slice beets with a mandolin, [i didn't have one so i used a knife-
BUT it's super hard to get them the same thickness,
and they need to be to bake evenly]
4. Lay parchment paper down on a cookie sheet, & you can
lay them really close together because they shrink when baking.
5. Bake for 15-20 minutes and be sure keep an eye on them
after 15 minutes because they can burn quickly.

8 comments:

Jennifer said...

Wow. I have never heard of those, but they sound really good.

Sarah said...

Do you think you could use the same method for Sweet potato chips?

gunnells said...

K sister so you need to find some yummy food that is the green of my kitchen with maybe so yellow and red in it as well. I would love to have one of your photos in my kitchen!! Amazing!!

carolee beckham said...

so this is a reply to your post on my blog: thank you for coming by and taking a look!

you are super cute. this chip idea is fantastic. are you still at byu-i? what's your major? :)

-carolee

Esther Beazer said...

Brittney, your food photography is incredible! Seriously i love it, i can't photograph food. I am so glad you found my blog though, and i didn't know you got married, so congrats!

Esther Beazer said...

sorry i spelled your name wrong

Alex and Kelly said...

oh yum! I am going to try this!

Anonymous said...

When I make beet chips, I use a mortar and pestle to grind salt with rosemary until powdery. Fabulous flavour!

 

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