Crispy Parsnip Chips

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This recipe caught my eye over the winter as I was paging through one of my Irish cookbooks. I meant to post the recipe during the winter months but these lovely bites are great any time of year. I added a little side of vinegar to give the chips a little kick and that boardwalk french fry taste. I thought the recipe idea was pretty original at first but I have since spotted a yummy rendition on Brian’s blog. Hope you like them.


Crispy Parsnip Chips
 
Ingredients
  • 4 to 5 parsnips
  • 1 tablespoon peanut oil
  • 1 teaspoon fine sea salt
  • ¼ cup white or apple cider vinegar
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 425F. Peel the parsnips. Slice into wafer-thin round coins. In a medium bowl, combine parsnip coins, oil and sea salt.
  2. Place parsnip coins onto a baking sheet and bake for 10 to 12 minutes or until golden brown and crispy. Serve with vinegar. Enjoy!
Notes
Adapted from Ballymaloe Seasons

Comments

  1. Seemichellecook says

    I’ve been making these all winter as well and I’m addicted.    Curry powder sprinkled on top with a plain yogurt, lemon and cilantro dip is a favourite.   

  2. Seemichellecook says

    I’ve been making these all winter as well and I’m addicted.    Curry powder sprinkled on top with a plain yogurt, lemon and cilantro dip is a favourite.   

  3. says

    Okay that does it, I saw these on Brian’s blog and made a note of them but never made them, now I’m finally going to try.

  4. says

    Okay that does it, I saw these on Brian’s blog and made a note of them but never made them, now I’m finally going to try.

  5. says

    Love this idea!  I experimented with parsnips this past fall, and really like them.  I’m sure the addition of vinegar adds a nice touch.  Yum!

  6. says

    Love this idea!  I experimented with parsnips this past fall, and really like them.  I’m sure the addition of vinegar adds a nice touch.  Yum!

  7. Lauren says

    I’m all over these. I love that they’re baked, I’m a parsnip fan/ roast them with parsley but chips? Yes please.

  8. says

    I never tried parsnip chips…hey, these look too good and yummy. Next time, I am going to make some parsnip chips instead of the monotonous potato chips! Thanks for sharing.

  9. says

    I never tried parsnip chips…hey, these look too good and yummy. Next time, I am going to make some parsnip chips instead of the monotonous potato chips! Thanks for sharing.

  10. says

    hi trish, congrats for being featured.
    simple recipe, great idea and creative to add lime for a zest.’am your follower now. do visit mine and welcome your comments too :) have a nice day

  11. says

    hi trish, congrats for being featured.
    simple recipe, great idea and creative to add lime for a zest.’am your follower now. do visit mine and welcome your comments too :) have a nice day

  12. says

    Trish, hi! Thank you for your comment on my blog. I just G-mailed you my reply on your proposal to do a guest post on the Thai dish. Hope you received it. Have a great day!

  13. says

    Trish, hi! Thank you for your comment on my blog. I just G-mailed you my reply on your proposal to do a guest post on the Thai dish. Hope you received it. Have a great day!

  14. eatingRD says

    I am a big fan of parsnips, but I haven’t had them in awhile.  Such a great idea to make chips!  I bet they are addicting :)

  15. eatingRD says

    I am a big fan of parsnips, but I haven’t had them in awhile.  Such a great idea to make chips!  I bet they are addicting :)

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