Monday, December 13

fried zucchini chips

if you know brisbane then you might know the powerhouse museum.....you also might know bar alto inside the powerhouse museum.  over the years i have enjoyed long lunches & long dinners @ alto but one thing that always stands out is their fried zucchini chips.....actually the entire foyer of the powerhouse smells of bar alto's fried zucchini chips.

i tried making them over the weekend & they were delicious....we ate the entire bowl with grilled sirloin steak & rocket salad.

fried zucchini chips
*  mandolin or slice very thin approx 4 zucchini
*  in a med plastic bag add several tablespoons of corn flour & flaked sea salt along with the sliced zucchini
*  tie the bag & shake shake shake until all is coated in the flour & salt
*  high heat approx 500ml of canola oil & fry the zucchini in small batches until golden brown
*  strain & leave to rest on paper towel whilst cooking the remaining zucchini
*  note: the oil will become rather messy by the end but the result will be delicious

9 comments:

Gastronomy Gal said...

yum- love those zucchini chips- glad they turned out well for you.

Dianne said...

Yum-and healthy too- what a combination!

Anonymous said...

They look amazing, and what is great about doing them at home is there is no chance of inappropriate behaviour with the waitress!!!

greenbeenfood said...

very amusing!!! miss anon! x

lila said...

Yummy-and also healthy...fabulous!
love your blog what a gorgeous place to muse and dream!!
hugs
lila

Anonymous said...

I know, I'm funny aren't I??!!

Sarah @ For the Love of Food said...

Never would have thought of zucchini as having chip potential but I guess this is kind of in the way of a tempura style chip so I can see how it would work - they look very moreish!

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