If you are looking for a healthy snack, baked beet chips are the right recipe for you.
We have learned that they can be prepared different types of vegetable chips in addition to the more classic potato-based ones. The most spectacular ones are undoubtedly the beetroot chips, a healthy snack that is simple to prepare keep for a long time.
We have left them alone, seasoning them with just a pinch of salt and pepper, but if you want to give this vegetable an extra boost of flavor, then try the rosemary beetroot chips. The beetroot chips are cooked in the oven in approx 20 minutes and once cold they are perfect to nibble on the sofa or to enjoy as a snack. Here’s how to make them the easy way.
How to make beet chips recipe
First get some barbabietole crude. After having washed and peeled them, reduce them to slices very thin helping you with a mandolin. Alternatively you can use a slicer or, as a last resort, a sharp knife.
Then combine them in a bowl season them with the oil, salt and pepper and mix well with your hands to distribute it.
Arrange them in a single layer on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake them for 20 minutes at 200°C. Let them cool completely before storing or serving them.
You can also prepare pre-cooked beetroot chips but in this case it is very important to dab the beetroot first and then the slices with kitchen paper to absorb excess moisture. As far as cooking is concerned, proceed step by step without losing sight of them because they could burn.
The rosemary beet chips we mentioned at the beginning are prepared by adding a chopped rosemary sprig along with the other condiments. Trust me, the two flavors go perfectly together!
We conclude by leaving you our best recipes with beetroot, an underrated but very versatile vegetable.
Beetroot chips will keep in a plastic bag or tin box for up to a week.
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