This recipe will make you keep all your New Year’s resolutions.
Well probably not, but it may help.
First and foremost, it’s a quick, easy delicious snack you could use to replace other less healthy ones.
Or maybe you’re aiming to make more little snacks to take out with your friends rather than buying chips or cookies, this recipe probably takes less time to make than it does to line up and checkout of the supermarket.
For me it is also what I like to call photographic fodder. I make it, I look at it, and I get a burning itch to photograph it. One of my resolutions is to try and do some photography every day so that really helps with that one.
And finally, it’s a blog post! Georgie and I are trying to keep Meandering Foodies updated regularly, but with school and life it’s hard sometimes.
Aaaand here’s the extremely complicated recipe!
MAKES: 8 CHIPS PER TORTILLA
PREPARATION TIME: 1 MIN
COOK TIME: 7 MINS
TOTAL TIME: 8 MINS
Oil, I used olive
Ground sea Salt
Dried herbs, I used a mix of marjoram, rosemary, thyme, sage, oregano and basil
Preheat oven to 200OC Fan-forced (390F)
Drizzle oil on tortilla. Sprinkle salt, pepper and herbs. Rip into desired shaped\sized pieces.
Put on a baking tray and bake for 6 minutes or until golden and crisp.
Serve with your favourite dip, I personally love hummus or guacamole.
What are your all-time favourite easy snack recipes? Share in the comments if you feel so inclined 🙂