I'm not a great one for watching cookery programmes. Sentences including the words "paint" and "dry" seem to sum up my feelings.
However, I did enjoy watching "Eat well for less" and this morning when I was doing some batch cooking I decided to make the vegetable crisps which were demonstrated.
Fortunately I photographed them because they are no more. Oh! Wow! A tasty snack, low fat, and very economical.
|My carrot crisps about an hour ago|
I had the food processor out for other jobs so I sliced a carrot very thinly in the processor. I then spread some tin foil on a baking sheet, sprayed it with oil and arranged a single layer of carrot slices. I put them in the fan oven at 150C until they were crisp which was about 25 minutes. (I think 150 Celsius is about 300 Fahrenheit.) I then sprinkled them with savoury yeast flakes but I reckon salt and black pepper would be good as well. I just prefer to minimise my salt intake.
Next time the oven is on I may experiment with parsnips, sweet potato or courgette. Hard life I've got.