Tuesday, January 3, 2012

I Dig, Therefore I Dip.

¡Feliz Año Nuevo!  I started writing and writing all about these homemade baked tortilla chips I've been diggin' and dippin' lately.  Then I woke up--chips.  You already know all about chips.


Time's a-wastin', you Chip Eaters.  It's a new year, please don't wait until next fall to get on this Tortilla Train, they're too good.  I like mine to taste like doh ree toes(c) (copyright added just in case), but you're most welcome to season yours however you like. 


I follow Krista and Jess' instructions, but I sprinkle mine with nutritional yeast, sea salt and ancho chili powder to get that special doh glow. 


Then chomp 'em with homemade guacamole.

xo
kittee

15 comments:

  1. Uh-oh. You know that these could become a problem for my tortilla chip munching addiction! Yours look like the BEST chips I have ever, ever, ever seen. Ever.

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    1. they are so good! i've been making them non stop.

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  2. ohhhh lordy, they best be lookin' mighty fine.

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  3. OMG, I need to try them with your seasoning. In fact, I need to try them with a lot of different kinds of seasonings. Even though I've been making these for ages I still can't believe how much better they are than the cardboard store bought baked chips. Also, they make a delicious taco salad.

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    1. I can't get away from how doritoy the nooch makes them!

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  4. Made these for the first time over the holidays...came out superyummzz! Used a non-stick sheet, no oil, and used nooch, curry powder and/or pizza seasonings...kinda closed my eyes and sprinkled each recklessly. All got gobbled. Tried some with cinnamon but they also needed something else...chili powder and maybe a dust of cocoa or is that to far out? Next time maybe I'll do five-spice powder or garam masala or Bragg's/curry powder or lemon juice/pepper. Totally on the Tortilla Train. :)

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  5. Guacamole is so much better for you than regular dips. I think that's great that you included those pictures. How do you make the chips?

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    1. follow the link to jess and krista's blog...

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  6. Oh my goodness, I want a big bowl of these chips and an avocado and I would be so happy!

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  7. I am going to make these - simple as that. Ahhhh YUM!!!

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  8. i made these but forgot the salt. they were still good! next time i remember salt.. and grind up fewer chiles in the coffee grinder...

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  9. I love that you specify the type of chili powder. Ever since I started using the verious types of chili powders for different flavor notes depending on the dish--instead of the garden variety "chili powder"--t's made such a difference. And everything is better with nutritional yeast!

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