Vegetable crisps, made from fried, dried vegetables enriched with a hint of salt. They consist of sweet green radish, carrots, sweet potato, pumpkin, beetroot, purple potato, taro and green bean. Almost all the vegetables in these chips probably sound familiar to you, but what exactly is taro? Taro is a tuber root and originates from Asia. It grows on swampy fields. The tubers are white, gray or pink-brown and contain a lot of starch, proteins and vitamins. Taro is therefore naturally very healthy.
Want to make your own vegetable chips? That is also possible. Pick a few vegetables you like and cut them into thin pieces and slices. It is best to use a mandolin for this, but with a cheese slicer it is also possible to make thin slices. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and place the pieces of vegetables (sprinkled with oil) on a baking tray lined with baking paper. If the vegetables are still a bit moist, you can pat them with kitchen paper. Sprinkle with some salt or paprika if desired. Bake the pieces of vegetables for 20 to 30 minutes and check regularly whether they are already good. Remove from oven and let cool. Your vegetable chips are now completely ready!
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Seaweed cracker with nuts
Happy Vibes Mix
Wasabi Peas Mix
Green radish (18%), carrots (17%), sweet potato (12%), palm oil, pumpkin (10%), beetroot (8%), purple potato (7%), taro (5%), maltose, green beans (1%), salt (1%).
Available in cardboard displays of 10 x 100 grams.
May contain traces of nuts, peanuts, soy, gluten and sesame.
Store in a dark, cool, packed and dry place.
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Nutritional value vegetable crisps per 100 grams
|Energy||445 kcal/ 1851 kJ|
|– of which saturated fat||7,7 g|
|– of which sugars||25,2 g|