Marinated in soy, ginger, and sesame oil, these potato chips are cooked on the grill for great flavor and with a touch of Asian-flare.
Their “pop-able” nature makes brussels sprouts a prime ingredient for appetizer trays, but there’s so much more to sprouts than that. They’re bite-sized and adorable, sure, but they’re just as delicious deconstructed and loaded into cheesy dips or piled atop flatbreads and crostini. Check out these 10 fun ways to work them into your holiday lineup.
Wow the crowd with this Chili Cheese Bean Dip! A little kick of spice and TONS of flavor, this is perfect with tortilla or corn chips.
Mushroom Trifolati is normally served as a side dish all over Italy. The addition of crisp, homemade chips turns this dish into the perfect first course.
Smoky cumin and garlic seasoned baked beet chips are accompanied by a lemon labneh dip for a refreshing snack that will cure your cravings without weighing you down.
Crab rangoon dip is the appetizer is the perfect appetizer to make for a crowd with crispy wonton chips.
As a perfect packed snack or to use up potatoes in your pantry, make your own potato chips without oil or a messy fryer.
There is nothing like homemade hummus. This lemon and avocado hummus with pepper takes just a few ingredients to make a gourmet dip served with fresh parmesan pita chips.
Light, crispy, and so easy to make, these baked beet chips will turn you into a beet lover if you aren’t already.
These oven-fried pickles are a must-have for your next soiree. They are baked, and dipped in the most addicting buttermilk ranch with a hint of dill.
Classic muffins with added quality olive oil for a lighter cake and crispy amaretti for a special taste and texture.
The perfect night-in food, sweet potato nachos combine scallions, bacon, and sour cream to sit atop thin, crispy potato chips.
These fish and chips are baked in a beerbatter which gives it a lovely crispy outside layer. Delicious with a homemade tartar sauce.
A bright salsa perfect for tortilla chips or with poultry and fish. The sweet-tart raspberries are mellowed with spicy jalapeños, salt, and cilantro.
Baked coriander crisps dipped in an avocado and grapefruit salsa will leave you refreshed after this light snack.
Delicious apples chips sprinkled with salt are about as easy as it could get.
Try these crispy spiced chickpeas with a cold beer for a healthy snack.
Forget flavorless winter tomatoes and instead try this roasted red pepper salsa.
Serve up this toasted cumin and garlic guacamole dip at your Super Bowl gathering.
This twist on the classic potato chip is crispy, sweet, tangy and salty all at once, with a bit of smokey heat that is simply irresistible.
These chips would go perfectly with hummus, salsa, a hearty soup, stew or simply on their own.
Tired of the store-bought varieties? Try making your own tortilla chips with Lauren Hardy’s awesome recipe.
Banana Chips or Ethakka Upperi is arguably the most popular snack in Kerala that also finds its place in all Kerala Sadya.
If your chard is thicker and tougher, you may need to bake for a bit longer. Just take them out when the leaves are translucent and crisp.
Go green this St Paddy’s day with this delightfully simple and yummy alternative to French Fries.
What it is, basically… is chunks of white meat chicken, with crushed potato chips and cheese.
Decadent cookie crust, laden with pecans, smeared with smooth dark and milk chocolate, topped with potato chips and drizzled with caramel.
Sometimes you you wonder if those favorite snacks as a kid are as good as you remembered. Let’s take a sugar-coated walk down Memory Lane.
Try Ruby Moukli’s clever Saturday luncheon made up of the Friday fish and chips leftovers.
Brady Evans sets out to create a fantastic snack from both ripe and unripe plantains.