10 Reviews

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?

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Becca.Jean December 04, 2012

I used to deep fry my chips....this is so simple, and so much healthier! I love recipes like this! O, and is tasty:)

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lilorchid82 November 08, 2010

Really good!

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ewilso26 September 16, 2009

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.

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Derf July 11, 2009

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.

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BakinBaby January 08, 2009

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. :-)

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twissis May 23, 2008

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.

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Melvin'sWifey April 01, 2008

Wonderful, health conscious snack! These are delicious and addictive. I also discovered parmesan cheese is another wonderful option....as is Old Bay seasoning. Thanks!

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DEEP July 20, 2007

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!

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UTVolsFan July 19, 2007

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 :)

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justcallmejulie February 26, 2005
Baked Tortilla Chips