I had half a zucchini left over from a few days ago, and I had seen recipes for zucchini chips pop up around the internet, so I figured I'd try it. I don't have a mandolin, so I just sliced them as skinny as I could with my knife.
I bathed the slices with oil, because that's what the recipe said to do.
There were two main recipes that I could find. One said to bake at 375-ish for 5-10 minutes, and another said to bake at 200 for 1.5-2 hours. I did the low temp for 1.5 hours, but they were still gushy, so I turned the heat up to 300 and put them in another 10 minutes.
I suggest you NOT do this. ALL the chips underneath these are burnt. To a crisp. Worse than just very well done--these are black and charred. I think my slices were too fat, and that's why they didn't crisp up like they should have at first. I sprinkled celery salt and onion powder on mine. If you have a mandolin, I highly suggest doing this, because those sections that weren't burned were delicious!
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