Baked Taro Chips
A healthier version of the Hawaiian snack favorite. If you cannot obtain fresh taro root, you can substitute with white or sweet potatoes.
Serve with Onion Dip.
5 each Taro root, small, fresh
5 cups Water
¼ cup Vinegar, white
as needed Spray oil
Peel taro root and slice very thinly on a mandolin. Place in bucket with water and white vinegar, and soak for a couple of hours.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Rinse soaking taro chips; dry with towel. Place in large bowl and toss with salt, pepper, paprika. Lay chips out on baking sheet sprayed with oil and bake for about 10-12 minutes, making sure to flip chips halfway through cooking.