Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Tapioca Spicy Chips

Tapioca spicy chips r very perfect for evening snacks.. Eventhough they r very high caloric, its a real pleasure to have them as evening snacks with moderation..prefect to munch them when its too cold...



2 nos Tapioca (maravallikizhangu)
2 tsp Red chilli powder
Salt as per taste
Oil for deep frying
1no Cotton towel



Take the tapioca n peel off the skin until the white layer appears, cut them into 4 cylinderic pieces..take a  mandolin n slice them gently with very much patience..slice them in batches..else they may break into small pieces..



Wash them thoroughly n soak them for 1 hr in cold water..After an hour,wash them again thoroughly 3 r 4 times with cold water..take a cotton towel, spread these tapioca slices one by one gently on the towel n let them get dry for another 1 more hour..before frying check them,they should be dry else once u put them in hot oil they will stick together n will be very difficult to fry them..



Heat the oil n fry them in small batches..oil will bubble vigorously n after a minute they will settle down.. and the chips will float..once they turn lightly brown, should be very careful, they may change their colour very fast...drain the excess of oil in paper towel...Add salt n redchilli powder with the fried tapioca chips..can also add fried curry leaves but its optional...

Spicy chips !!!!!

On the way to EFM - Savouries by Srilekha..
                       Sunday Snacks - Hot n Spicy by Pallavi

11 comments:

Ann said... Reply To This Comment

They bring back several memories of college hostel..Tapoica Chips were a relief from the repeated food schedule there..yours look perfect..

Keerthana said... Reply To This Comment

priya, u really are the cooking expert! u seem to post a great recipe every other day...the tapioca chips look perfect for the chilling winter

Sukanya Ramkumar said... Reply To This Comment

This is so cool. Nice recipe. YUM!. Loved worm chips....

Happy Holidays!!!!!!

romaspace said... Reply To This Comment

Awesome snaps and description!

rekhas kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

hummm I never use this one but i have seen lot of recipes with that looks so crisp

Vaidehi said... Reply To This Comment

crispy and delicious !!

Mahimaa's kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

wwow.. looks just like the ones in hot chips.yummy yummy.. can have unlimited chips.

Sunshinemom said... Reply To This Comment

Wish I could have one - I don't make these at home!

Curry Leaf said... Reply To This Comment

Wow,they are a lot of work.I love these,though never made these at home

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

I found myself very hard to slice this tapioca, great job of slicing and delicious chips too :)

Foehre said... Reply To This Comment

I love spicy tapioca chips.
We made them in the oven once, not to use so much oil.