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Thread: Pico De Gallo Burgers, Spicy Turnip Chips &Chipolte sweet potato fries

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    Pico De Gallo Burgers, Spicy Turnip Chips &Chipolte sweet potato fries

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    VERY intrigued with the turnip chips, despite the fact that I have never liked turnips ... but it would be nice to try since I am allergic to all potatoes ... they are really pretty too !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orannhawk View Post
    VERY intrigued with the turnip chips, despite the fact that I have never liked turnips ... but it would be nice to try since I am allergic to all potatoes ... they are really pretty too !
    If you try them, I'll be curious what you think. My husband hates turnips, but loves turnip chips. With the exception of soups, this is the only way my sons will eat them too - and they love the "chips". They don't get quite as crunchy as the sweet potato chips, but they do pack a crunch and the turnipy taste goes away. They seem to really take on the flavor of the spice you give it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    If you try them, I'll be curious what you think. My husband hates turnips, but loves turnip chips. With the exception of soups, this is the only way my sons will eat them too - and they love the "chips". They don't get quite as crunchy as the sweet potato chips, but they do pack a crunch and the turnipy taste goes away. They seem to really take on the flavor of the spice you give it.
    I wonder if you baked at a high temperature instead of microwaving them, that they would crisp up better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    I wonder if you baked at a high temperature instead of microwaving them, that they would crisp up better.
    Could be, and worth a try. They crisp well if you nuke them so they are ever so slightly over done. Challenge is , that window of time is also ever so slight
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    Ohhh, this looks yummy. Def have to give this a shot soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    If you try them, I'll be curious what you think. My husband hates turnips, but loves turnip chips. With the exception of soups, this is the only way my sons will eat them too - and they love the "chips". They don't get quite as crunchy as the sweet potato chips, but they do pack a crunch and the turnipy taste goes away. They seem to really take on the flavor of the spice you give it.
    Added turnips to my shopping list - will try them soon and let you know
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    Def have to give this a shot soon.

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