I need to get back to my list-making, but I wanted to share a new recipe for plantain chips. Buying the container from Whole Foods is way too dangerous, so I bought one lonely plantain and made a reasonable serving size of chips for myself. I hadn't used the dehydrator in a while, and it continues to amaze me. I am definitely going to try out some fruit leathers, dried veggies, and jerky when I am back from my trip. Stay tuned!
Plantain Chips: Prep time: 5 min, Cook time: 8 hours
- Fine sea salt
1. Slice the ends off of the plantains, and then make a slit length-wise through the skin/peel (avoid slicing all the way through into the plantain itself).
2. Remove the peels from the plantains and then slice the plantains into very thin pieces
3. Arrange the plantain pieces on your dehydrator trays, and lightly sprinkle with sea salt
4. Dehydrate for 8 hours at 130 degrees until crunchy