Monday, 26 November 2007

Low Fat Oven Chips Recipe


How to make healthy low fat oven chips from Jeenas Kitchen:


I am going to tell you my "secret " to making tasty healthy low fat oven chips!

Chips can be "very healthy" as it is the way you cook them !

My chips are golden and crisp on the outside and fluffy in the centre with a real potato flavour and they taste delicious! We eat my chips recipe all the time here at home.

They taste so good that I have to keep reminding myself that I only used a little oil!

When you tuck into my chips on a white bread sandwich with some tomato sauce, you do not need to feel guilty that your chips have been deep fried soaking up grease like a sponge!

My healthy chips not only use little oil but use "good healthy olive oil" which is excellent for lowering your cholesterol and contains essential fatty acids.

Make sure you use "baking potatoes" like my recipe says because these are one of the best to make fresh oven chips from and they take no time to make and there is hardly any washing up!

So why not give Jeena's "low fat healthy oven chips" a go... (with out feeling guilty !) as these low fat oven chips are very healthy and taste wonderful.

I have lots of other "healthy recipes" on my food blog so keep visiting Jeenas Kitchen!



Ingredients for my home made low fat oven chip recipe:

3-4 Baking Potatoes
Olive Oil

'note... a baking tray that contains holes is needed for best results.'


Getting Started.......

Pre heat your oven to 220-2230C. Peel and chops your potatoes into medium thickness chips.

Place onto a pizza tray with holes in it.



Drizzle with a little olive oil.
You do not need to cover every chip or grease your tray, mix the chips around with your hand.



Place your tray of chips into the middle shelf of your oven for 15 minutes.



After 15 minutes take your tray out of your oven. Use a spatula to turn your chips over and move them around a little.



Drizzle with a little olive oil and return to the oven for a further 10 minutes or until they are golden brown.



Now your home made chips are ready!




Dab with a little kitchen paper if desired.

Serve as they are or with a healthy burger or with some bread and sauce. YUM!




I love my healthy chip sandwich with a drop of tomato ketchup ouzing from the top!





With your healthy low fat oven chips why not try: Jeenas healthy easy bean burger recipe

How about a healthy treat for later ? Fat free healthy tasty carrot cake


17 comments:

ruthEbabes said...

Hey, i love doing this and especially putting them between two slices of bread with a huge dollop of ketchup.

Just wondering where abouts in the UK you are? Do you not call it a chip butty too?

Jeena said...

Hey Ruth thanks for visiting my blog. :) Yes I do call them chip butty's, it made me laugfh when you asked because I typed chip sandwich yet I always say chip butty!

Peter M said...

Jeena, they look great and the process seems simple enough. I'll try this method.

Jeena said...

Hi Peter let me know how your chips go they really do taste great and are healthier too. :)

Lewis said...

I love how the British do potatoes! No way my wife would ever let me eat (we "Yanks" ;) call them french fries) chips this way! But if I could I think I would go Dutch and put mayo on them :)

Great Blog!

~Lewis
TableBread

Randi said...

jeena - we make these all the time, but instead use sweet potatoes... super tasty and better for you.

though i've never tried it in a sandwich before, i might give it a shot.

Rachel said...

Woah! Those are a hell a lot of snaps..to tempt me to just eat it off the screen!

loved the vinegar jar tip too!

Tracy Tan said...

this looks like something i'd like to try! and so little oil too :)

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

wow!! your chips look ditto the Mc Donalds ya...Lovely thing to try out and really then can have loads of it without guilt..:)

Kribha said...

Looks nice and yummy. I bet once I taste this I would not go back to the deep-fried ones. Thanks for sharing this.

Jeena said...

Hi Lewis thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. Yeah us Brits do make our chips different from Americans. :)


Hey Randi thanks for stoping by. :) We make sweet potato chips also they are lovely I agree. :)

Hey Rachel thanks for stopping by. :) If you make some chips then you can eat them all up for real. :D
Hi Tracy thanks for stopping by. Let me know how it goes.:)

Hey Sugarcraft India thanks for stopping by my blog. :) Yes they certainly are guilt free. :)

Hi Kribha, I don't have a chip pan anymore because I only make chips in the oven now. :) Thanks for stopping by. :)

Nicole said...

Yum! These look delicious! I've tried this method with sweet potatoes too and they are great but you have to watch carefully so they don't burn!

Cynthia said...

Yeah Jeena, chips are great made this way.

Seena said...

This is a good idea Jeena..!
I liked the other recipe too, that stuffed one, and olive oil tip..

Aggie said...

Hi Jeena! Your "fries" looks so good! ;) They are a weakness of mine, will have to try your method for a guilt free splurge!! As usual, I'm starving after reading your posts!

cook said...

oh dear!...my mouth is watering!!! :)...what a great idea...thank you!

meenakshi said...

hi, this is ur new follower from new delhi, india .iwant to bake these potatoes but what is baking potato ? any other name of this potato? thanks