Turnip Chips

Turnips are so underrated. Delicious, healthy, autumnal. I usually roast them with other root vegetables or put them in soups. Today I made them into chips. Gnom gnom gnom.

Thinly slice turnips and lightly spray or toss them with equal parts olive oil and water. Sprinkle with finely-minced onion and sea salt. Bake at 350F for about 15-20 minutes, watching them and turning them over if necessary. The end.


4 thoughts on “Turnip Chips

    • Yep, and so easy! You can do them with other vegetables if you don’t have or use turnips (but if you don’t, maybe give ’em a try if you ever see them in the store/farmer’s market). I sometimes use beets (no garlic), sweet potatoes, purple potatoes, zucchini, eggplant, rutabaga, carrots, etc. The thing is to get them sliced very thin!

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