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Old 04-01-2011, 03:00   #21
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Not a problem alanthiana! I didn't invent 'em, but I eat tons of 'em! Many of us are hooked on these & we just keep passing the recipe forward! Sure glad you like 'em too!




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How are these cheese crisps different than nuking a slice of cheese? Dr. Bernstein gave that tip in one of his books and that's how I've eaten cheese ever since! I'll have to try the oven method this weekend.

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How are these cheese crisps different than nuking a slice of cheese? Dr. Bernstein gave that tip in one of his books and that's how I've eaten cheese ever since! I'll have to try the oven method this weekend.
Yep, I think Dr. Bernstein is the source! Smart man! I only use the oven because I make up a large bag at once.




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So the crisps come out the same with either method? Darn it, I guess I'll have to experiment. :-))

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lol @ Suzi . . . if you stumble on a really killer combination, you gotta share!




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I made a big tray of these to take to a house party, only I put a slice of smoked sausage in the middle of the pile. Yea they were greasy, but a whole pound of cheese and a 1/2 lb of sausage was gone in a flash.

I aslo made a dipping sauce for them:

1/4 cup of yellow mustard
1/4 cup of Red Hot sauce
splash of Worchestershire sauce
few drops of apple cider vinegar
tablespoonful of zesty blue cheese dressing
Splenda to sweeten to taste.

This sauce has a kick and is quite tangy, really good on those cheese crisps.

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Old 04-01-2011, 18:04   #27
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Since I make big batches too, I drain 'em on paper towels. Your dipping sauce sounds terrific, Marty . . . I usually use bleu cheese dip or guacamole.




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I found a new varition of the cheese crisps. I found the basic recipe on the blog
Comfy Belly. I was looking for something that tasted similar to Doritoes and this comes pretty close

Natcho Cheese Crisps

1 cup of shredded cheese ( I used monterry jack)
1 cup almond meal
1/4 t sea salt
1/2 t chili powder
1/4 t chipolte chil powder
1/4 t garlic powder
1/4 t smoked papkria
3 T of water

Mix dough together. I used my hands and place on a silicone baking sheet. Cover with parchment paper and roll as thin as possible. The thinner you roll it the crispier they will be. Then use a pizza cutter to score lines. I made squares and then scored diagonal to make triangles like Doritoes. I then sprinkled it with a little more chili and smoked paprika. Bake 350 for 15-20 minutes or until crisp. Cool on wire rack. When storing them be careful to leave in an open container otherwise they will get soft.

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Tried them with Sargento sliced Colby jack... I liked the shredded better. Gonna try provolone tomorrow...

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Tried them with Sargento sliced Colby jack... I liked the shredded better. Gonna try provolone tomorrow...
My experience with provolone is that it cooks quicker, so watch that it doesn't get too brown.

The shredded method makes prettier pieces too.




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