I skipped the spices (I'll add them for round two - once I buy a lime!), but found the bake time to be too long. My chips came out brown and almost burnt. Maybe 5 and 5 for a total bake time of 10 minutes rather than 14?
I used to deep fry my chips....this is so simple, and so much healthier! I love recipes like this! O, and is tasty:)
very good and crispy too! I made them to use with some pico de gallo and to crush and top off some black beans. They served both pruposes perfectly. I don't have a mister so I whisked the cumin , lime juice and chili powder together and brushed it on with my pasty brush. My tortillas were Jalepeno type, very simple and quick recipe, baked in abot 8 minutes, just made half a recipe and wished I had made the whole one! thanks for posting.
How simple and I love the fact that they're baked not fried. The flavors of the cumin and lime make a great flavor. Made for zaar tag.
I love little recipes like this that are easy quick-fixes & healthy, but tasty too! I used lrg sun-dried tomato flavored tortillas & cut them in dipper size like Fritos Scoops. I did not have a mister so used my pastry brush to lightly brush the lime & oil mixture, & I also added garlic to the spice mix. I served them w/Sheep Dip (Sheep Dip!) by Annacia ~ a yummy good combo! Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)
I can't stop eating these. I thought I had cumin but didn't so I used ground coriander instead along with the chili powder, and a little sprinkle of salt and pepper. The tortillas I had on hand were the jalapeno flavored flour tortillas and they worked great. They were perfectly crisp after 17 minutes. These are super easy to whip up and I liked snacking on them right out of the oven! I bet you can really experiment with the seasonings on these! Thanks for the great idea.
Wonderful, health conscious snack! These are delicious and addictive. I also discovered parmesan cheese is another wonderful option....as is Old Bay seasoning. Thanks!
This is a very healthy, tasty recipe. I like to have them at parties as a healthier option and people appreciate that. Thanks for the recipe!
No, they are not the kind of chips you get when you fry them in oil, but they are quite good for what they are; a sensible chip that tastes just fine. I dipped these in a black bean dip. Thanks for a guilt-free recipe :)