Monday, 11 January 2016

chilli & sesame chips.

Sesame Chips Recipe
Chilli Sesame Chips Recipe

An Asian inspired take on the beloved potato chip. These rustic baked chips have an extra crispiness from the sesame seeds, sea salt and chilli flakes. Not forgetting the ultimate dip - a medley of mayo and soy sauce. My new favourite snacking food on its own as well as alongside teriyaki dishes, Chinese style seafood, Asian vegetables or marinated skewers. These are dangerously easy to make...

Shopping list.
For two portions
♥ Two medium potatoes
♥ 1 tsbp groundnut oil, or similar
♥ 2 tbsp black sesame seeds
♥ 1 tbsp chilli flakes
♥ 1 tbsp sea salt
♥ 1 tbsp ground black pepper

For the dip
♥ 3 parts mayo (or vegan alternative)
♥ 1 part soy sauce

Preheat the oven to 190 degrees c.

Step one. Slice up your potatoes to the desired chip size, keeping the skin on.

Step two. Coat evenly with oil and shake about. Scatter the sesame seeds, seasoning and chilli flakes evenly on top.

Tip: Low cal spray would also be fine here for those being a tad healthier.

Step three. Bake for 30-45 minutes until cooked through and golden.

Step four. Meanwhile make the dip with 3 parts mayo to 1 part soy sauce. Just simply stir until combined and scatter with more chilli.

Enjoy! You can add extra seasoning or spice to taste!

Chilli Sesame Potato Chips Recipe
Soy Sauce Mayo

What is your favourite way with chips? Or perhaps the ultimate dip?

11 comments:

  1. I honestly think that chips are one of my favourite foods, so I am always looking for ways to make them in a different way. These sound delicious.

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  2. I do love a good twist on a basic chip recipe. These look so good and soy sauce mayo sounds interesting! It must be one of the only ways of having mayo that I haven't tried.. I am a bit of a mayo addict...oh and a chip one too.

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  3. They look so cool with their little black freckles! Love any kind of chips (who doesn't?) these are a delight.

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  4. I love a good twist on a chip recipe and Asian flavours are the best. Will give these a try thanks!

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  5. I love the look of these! The flavours sound amazing and they'd look so impressive to serve up... and I'm already thinking how sweet potatoes would turn out cooked like this ;)

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  6. These sound delicious especially with the dip! A nice little change from the usual and quite boring 'chip'!

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  7. Im going to have a go at these for valentines. comment under hubbys name.

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