Zucchini isn’t just for low carb noodles anymore!
- Paleo Keto -
But when you spiralize them and heat them in a frying pan with some olive oil, they transform from a dull squash into a delectable healthy noodle alternative.
Why are zucchinis so ubiquitous these days? It’s not like you’d sink your teeth into it raw.
“Zukes” have lots of vitamin C, which isn’t a nutrition fact that many people are aware of.
Low starch veggies contain relatively few calories but have lots of nutrients.
How to make baked zucchini chips
To begin, slice two medium-size zukes into thin, round pieces.
After the slicing is done, remove any excess moisture from the veggie by placing the slices between sheets of paper towels.
Add one tablespoon of olive oil and half a teaspoon of sea salt to the bowl.
Now that your zuke slices are bone dry, place them in a large mixing bowl.
From here, lay the zuke slices on parchment paper. You can also use a silicone baking mat lined rack.
Now, gently toss the bowl so that the slices are coated with the oil and salt.
Set the oven on bake for 225 and cook for 2 hours, or until zucchini slices have reached desired crispness.