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Saturday, August 24, 2013

Salt & Vinegar Zucchini Chips

   We always harvest a lot of zucchini from our garden.  One of the ways we preserve the harvest is by making zucchini chips.  Today we made "Salt & Vinegar flavored Zucchini Chips".  If you like the Salt & Vinegar potato chips, then you will like these too.

Salt & Vinegar Zucchini Chips

1 large zucchini
apple cider vinegar
sea salt

       I used one large zucchini from the garden.  I washed the zucchini thoroughly and then cut off the ends.  


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The zucchini with the ends cut off.


Using my mandolin, I cut the zucchini chips using the medium slice sized wedge (about 1/8" thick). 

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Zucchini sliced by my mandolin.

 Next, I poured some apple cider vinegar into a container and dipped each zucchini slice into the vinegar and then placed it onto a tray in my dehydrator.  Once a tray is full, just sprinkle each slice with sea salt.  One zucchini from my garden filled 8 trays up.  Turn on the dehydrator and let it dehydrate about 12 hours.  I put mine on overnight.  The next day you have crisp and delicious chips.  

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The chips, all bagged up and ready to eat!


If you are looking to buy a dehydrator, here is the link to the exact kind that I use.  I have had mine for 3 years and use it often and LOVE it and best yet, they are less than $40!  Oster dehydrator



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3 comments:

  1. Those look and sound really awesome! I love me some salt-n-vinegar chips! I don't have a dehydrater but I have also seenthem baked...I might try these :)

    Debby

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    1. Debby, what I like about these is the flavors are not overpowering. It's the perfect combination!

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  2. I tried making zucchini chips from another recipe I read - one that used olive oil and sea salt. Ick, yuck, ptooey! I think the oil went rancid in the drying process! I think I will try your recipe and see if I can make some chips that actually taste good! Hahaha! Thanks for the recipe!

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