He’s currently working on frying spicy chicken wings between games, but I made some sweet tortilla chips this morning so people could snack before the wings were done.
I got the recipe from a blog I found on FoodGawker, but I apparently never bookmarked it, so I can’t send you to the exact page I looked at.
But it’s an easy recipe, so here we go. Forgive the crappy pictures; I just used my phone to save time.
What You Need:
- tortillas (I used small flour tortillas, but any kind should work.)
- granulated sugar
- brown sugar
Preheat the oven to 350°F. Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray. With a small knife or a pizza cutter, slice the tortillas into triangle pieces. (I guess you could cut them into other shapes, but triangles are the easiest and doesn’t waste any tortilla.)
Butter the slices. Sprinkle brown sugar or a mix of sugar and cinnamon on each chip. (I used a lot to make them sweet. I also discovered that I like the brown sugar chips more than the sugar-and-cinnamon chips.)
Bake the chips. How long depends on how crispy you want them to be. Watch for the edges to begin curling up. Use a spatula or a fork to push them around on the tray to get a feel for how crispy they are. I tried not to let them brown, as once they hit that point, they taste a bit overcooked.
See how easy that is? Here’s a couple more photos from today’s festivities…