Corn chips don’t have to be deep fried, and homemade ones don’t have to take very long either. We love corn chips because they are a delicious vehicle for veggies and nutrient rich dips! We dip our chips into our favorite triple bean dip, guacamole, and even hummus.
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How to Make Homemade Corn Chips
Then with little tiny balls, almost 1/2 tablespoon big, we pressed between two sheets of parchment paper on a tortilla press. (Perfect job for the kids!!)
What is the difference between Corn flour and Cornmeal?
Corn flour is similar to cornmeal except that it is ground to a finer consistency than cornmeal. It is used to make cornbread, muffins, pancakes, polenta, and tortillas.
Then, we placed some of the tortillas on a baking sheet, where the kids brushed with olive oil, sprinkled with salt, and cut with a crinkle cutter and a pizza wheel.
To make the scoops, we inverted the small uncooked tortillas on a mini muffin pan.
Our tips to make sure they are crispy:
- Make sure the dough is pressed as thinly as possible, and your tortilla circles are small.
- Brush with olive oil before baking!
- Set them in the oven at 425 for at least ten minutes.
- For chips, flip over, and bake for 3-4 more minutes
If you make these chips, don’t forget to also encourage dipping!
- 1 cup maseca yellow corn flour- not corn meal
- 2/3 cup water
- 1/8 teaspoon salt.
- Mix corn flour with water and salt. Mix well until a ball forms.
- Break into tiny balls, about 1 tablespoon big or less.
- Press between two sheets of parchment paper, or use a rolling pin.
- Transfer to a baking sheet and brush liberally with your olive oil and sprinkle with salt.
- Slice with a pizza wheel till you have strips of chips.
- Bake at 425 F for 10 minutes.
- Flip chips to the other side to cook the back. Cook for 2-3 more minutes.
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