Tortilla chips are one of those things that’s really hard to find a truly healthy version of in stores. Even if they’re made with organic corn, they’re nearly always made with a polyunsaturated fat. What’s a chip lovin’ girl to do? Deep fried chips are delicious, but it’s way too much work to heat up the oil and grease up your kitchen on a regular basis.
My grandma is a big fan of The Food Network. A while back when I was visiting her we sat down to watch some cooking shows. Giada was on, and she made baked tortilla chips. It looked ridiculously easy. I tried it, and it was (ridiculously easy).
Here’s the super simple process:
Everything you’ll need: Tortillas, coconut oil and salt. That’s it!
Brush both sides of the tortillas evenly with the oil.
Cut into triangles.
Arrange on a baking sheet.
Bake until golden and crispy. And you’re done!
These chips are (of course) best eaten fresh, so I like to make them in small batches.