Roasted Zucchini Chips

This zucchini recipe serves as a new easy “go to dish”. Plus I find it is so simple you can make this while you are getting ready for work and school.  It will be one of your new favorite vegetable dishes. Every part of this recipe is important.  The pan is the most important as it will help get the zucchini to just the right crispiness.  You can also replace this recipe as an afternoon snack. The coconut oil also satisfies that afternoon craving. I find I make this at least 3 times per week. Please enjoy. Made especially for you.

Recipe Roasted Zucchini Chips

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What you will need:

Large Roasting Pan – Iron *

   Yes, the pan is the most important part of this recipe. It will not taste the same in any other pan.

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2 Zucchini – sliced 1/8 – 1/4 inch

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2 Tbsp. Organic garlic powder,

1 tsp. Sun FireSalt Salt

2Tbls. Coconut Oil

½ tsp. of tumeric*

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Directions:

Preheat oven to 450.

Wash and slice zucchini, approx ¼ inch.  Place iron skillet in preheated oven for 3 minutes to being the roasting process. Take pan out of oven add coconut oil to the cast iron pan first. Then add zucchini slices, in a single layer. Season with the garlic powder and salt.  Roast for 45 minutes to one hour or until zucchini is brown  and crispy almost burnt. The crispier the better it tastes.

 **After 45 minutes you may add tumeric to this recipe . And cook for another 10 to 15 minutes . Tumeric is one of the most important ingredients to prevent Alzheimer’s .

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