- 1 medium zucchini (washed and dried)
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
- 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/2 teaspoon paprika
|Calories40Calories from Fat25|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Petrice D. a month ago
Very difficult to watch the oven all the time. Eventually I was able to get them crispy but not like a potato chip. Also took awhile to make more then what could fit on tray. I would make them again
Consalvo 3 months ago
Not as crispy as I thought they would be, but very tasty!
Jules 3 months ago
Will cut down the spices a bit next time, especially the salt, as they were very salty.
Rajal 6 months ago
Turned out delicious!!! Yummy😋
Lisa 7 months ago
Not so great. Flavor was too much, I used a mandolin and sliced them really thin, a lot were burned. You really have to watch them. They might be better deep fried if cut a little bit thicker
Stephie 9 months ago
Yummy! :) Seasonings were excellent; much healthier than potato chips!
Heath a year ago
They were okay. Some kind of burned
Shannon Briede a year ago
Underwhelming and half the “chips” were burnt even though I reduced the time greatly and they were greasy
Truong a year ago
The salt & seasoning were overwhelming
Scott W. 2 years ago
They were awesome but I did make two changes to the recipe. 1. I did NOT add the onion powder 2. I DID sprinkle some Parmesan cheese on everything before putting it into the oven.
Taylor 2 years ago
I started at a lower temp and then turned it down. It took a little longer, but I knew they wouldn't burn. Also, I just used a pastry brush to brush the oil mixture on the parchment paper, laid out the zucchini, then brushed the tops right in the row. Less messy and easier. Delicious flavor!
Natalie Handal 2 years ago
Not so great. This is something you need to do in advance because it really needs your attention and the proper utensils: mandolin. Next time I will add parmesan to the mixture for more adhesion of the spices (not too easy to bast humid zucchini). The taste was good but some were burnt and others soggy.
Rosie Romick 2 years ago
They turned out crispy and good
Dexter Calderbank 2 years ago
Seasoning was way too strong
April T. 2 years ago
Took longer than an hour but it was DELICIOUS!!!