Plantain Chips are the perfect Paleo salty snack! We love to…
- dip them in salsa and guacamole
- top them with cheese and salami
- cover them in almond butter or goose liver pâté
- eat them like nachos
- and enjoy them plain and simple on road trips
I do recognize that there are some great options for purchasing them, like at Thrive Market, but I also love to make them myself.
Here’s my favorite recipe…Enjoy!
Recipe: Courtesy of Everyday Paleo
- 3 ripe plantains (they are ripe when they look really beat up and are black.)
- 1/4 cup coconut oil
- sea salt to taste
- Leave the peel on the plantain. Then, cut off the ends and slice lengthwise as thin as possible. Leaving the peel on will help to prevent smashing the plantain.
- Then, carefully remove the peel and place the sliced plantains into a skillet of hot coconut oil.
- Fry for about 2 minutes on each side. Use tongs to flip, and be careful to not burn.
- Sprinkle with sea salt.
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