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Excellent recipe, but for a interesting change, use hard salami. The chips are bigger, and the taste is awesome.

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James G Diehl October 02, 2010

I grew up on these! we used to make them in the microwave by placing the pepperoni on a plate on top a few layers of paper towels to absorb the grease. Just nuke em until they're crispy... maybe even a little burnt! They're awesome! Since they have a bit of a kick to them, i love to eat them with cream cheese... double yummm!

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My C. April 07, 2009

I like to top mine with a dollop of sour cream and garnish with fresh chopped basil, it looks great and adds the smooth coolness this appetizer needs!

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karenury November 04, 2010

You can also get the same crunch by putting the pepperoni on a plate with a double layer of paper towels and microwaving it. The time depends on how many pieces and how powerful your microwave. I normally do 3-4 of the larger slices for about 30 seconds.

I love my crunchy pepperoni and add it to almost everything. I crumble it in refried beans, on top of baked potato soup, or just add the whole slices to grilled cheese sandwiches to add a little meaty taste. :)

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mailbycyn November 09, 2011

Made these to go with a cheese and cracker platter for the holidays. Added a nice crispy crunch.

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sjimenez January 22, 2010

These are yummy... I used Kroger brand turkey pepperoni and only baked them for 10 minutes. I sprayed the pepperoni lightly with non-fat cooking spray and then sprinkled fresh cracked pepper on them before baking. Next time I think I might just bake for 5 minutes and then take them out and sprinkle the pepper because the natural fats will pool on the top and make the pepper stick.

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SashasMommy December 31, 2009

This is a great alternative for those of us low carbing it. I am not sure if those of you without dietary restrictions ;) will be as appreciative of these, but let me tell you - they are great if you are craving something crunchy - besides celery! Thank you!

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VegasLaurie December 31, 2008

I make mine in the microwave on high for 30 seconds and sprinkle a bit of cayenne pepper on for a bite. These are great for low carbers.

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Katybird July 04, 2008

This was fantastic. I could hear our arteries slammin' shut! I baked both the pepperoni and salami at the same time and both came out perfect. Thanks

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Paka November 30, 2014
Pepperoni Chips