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That looks and sounds incredible. Do the jicama chips have a lot of flavor in them? They don't have as much seasoning as the salmon. Cinnamon and paprika is always a good combination in my opinion.
The jicama chips have a sweet note to them, you really have to try them to see if you would like to experiment with other flavors with it. I peronally tried a few things, but always prefer it just with salt. to me its is simple and the authentic flavor or jicama. lOVE IT.
I'm trying that next, I bet that would rock a weekend breakfast, can u share a recipe??????????????
It's been awhile since I made them and I am not a recipe gal - never measure a thing. I shred up some jicama (I think it works better if you try to pat dry after shredding but never really came to a conclusion) and some onion and some salt and pepper and fry up - preferably in bacon grease. It does not brown up as well as potatoes....but I still like it. Since jicama doesnt have a strong flavor how much onion and s&p and other seasonings dominate. I love onions, but if you dont want an oniony hash, dont use too much. The onions do a better job of browning though so give a better look. This makes the "loose hashbrowns" not patties. If you do cheese, a bit of shredded parmesan mixed in can add a nice golden crusty-ness
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