Tortilla chips are so easy to make! I thought I’d literally spice it up, by adding some fun seasonings to my chips. These chips are spicy, tangy and cheesy and they taste delicious dipped in guacamole and salsa. Whip these up when you are entertaining guests, or not… because more for you.
Small corn tortillas (make 6 each)
1/4 cup of vegetable oil (or less depending on skillet size, should just cover chips)
1/4 nutritional yeast
1 teaspoon of Ms. Dash fiesta lime seasoning
A sprinkle of;
red pepper flakes,
and garlic powder
Slice little triangles out of your tortillas. Do this by starting down the middle, and then cutting three triangles each out of your two halves.
Prepare your seasoning mix in a small bowl and place to the side.
Warm your tortilla chips in the oven for about 5 minutes on very low heat (200 degrees), just until the corners start to turn up slightly.
Start placing as many chips as will fit into your skillet filled with vegetable oil. When your chips start to brown and are firm remove them from the skillet and place them on a paper towel to collect the oil. Sprinkle your seasoning mix on top of the chips without drying the oil and then move them to your chip bowl. Continue until you have all the chips you want.
In case you were curious, the guacamole is homemade and the salsa is store bought.
The guacamole is one ripe avocado + frontera green guacamole mix
The salsa is green mountain gringo mild salsa.
These are yummy and quick, I hope you try these and enjoy!