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Bored of Potato Chips? 5 Unique And Delicious Chips Recipes You Should Try At Home

Bored of Potato Chips? 5 Unique And Delicious Chips Recipes You Should Try At Home

Who doesn’t enjoy a packet of chips?! The delight of biting into a crispy and crunchy chip just brings a smile to our faces. Whenever we think of chips, the first that comes to our mind is the classic potato wafers, but the truth is that there are so many more chips options to enjoy besides potato chips! If you are bored of eating potato chips and want to explore, then we have found the recipes for some offbeat chips that are made from garlic, moong dal, bananas and more. Ditch spending money on overpriced packaged potato chips and enjoy these flavourful and delicious chips at home.

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Beyond Potato Chips; 5 Unique Chips You Should Try At Home

1. Garlic Chips

Made from just garlic, these chips are traditionally made by sun-drying them for at least five days. This recipe cuts down the process and allows you to enjoy garlic chips in minutes! All you need to do is cut the garlic cloves, place them on a baking pan, sprinkle some salt and roast them in an oven.

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2. Moong Dal Chips

Dal gets a crunchy twist with this chips recipe. To make this delicious snack, all you have to do is soak moong dal, mix it with spices and then fry it or bake it for a healthier version of it. You can even store these chips in an air-tight container and enjoy them any time you feel like munching.

Please click here for the full recipe for Moong Dal Chips.

3. Banana Chips

Who doesn’t love banana chips?! This classic South Indian snack is a true delight among foodies, with its sweet and salty flavour being thoroughly enjoyed by all. The stellar snack is made with thinly cut slices of bananas. It is deep-fried in coconut oil, until crisp.

Please click here for the full recipe for Banana Chips.

4. Baingan Chips

To prepare brinjal chips, cut thin slices of the vegetable, evenly spread them out on a baking pan, and sprinkle some oil, salt and pepper. Don’t forget to bake till it turns golden and crispy. Enjoy this recipe!

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5. Tapioca Chips

Tapioca chips are one of the crispiest snacks to go with your sham ki chai. We especially enjoy the ones made with just tapioca, coconut oil and red chilli powder. The fiery chips are a lip-smacking affair you shouldn’t miss if you haven’t tried them already.

Please click here for the full recipe for Tapioca Chips.

Try out these unique chips and let us know which one is your favourite in the comments section.