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TACO-SPICED or CURRY! Resistant Starch CRACKERS, made with raw green plantains {egg-free}

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Spiced crackers, made in the dehydrator! By dehydrating, instead of baking, we are preserving the resistant starch present in green plantains. Resistant starch is a prebiotic: it feeds probiotics and is excellent for colon health! Since when have you eaten a Dorito and felt great about what you’re doing for your body? Well, these are a Copycat Dorito, but SOOO much better and truly healthy!

The green plantain gives you that gift! Find the base recipe for these crackers or chips at Traditional Cooking School. ๐Ÿ™‚

 

This is a dehydrator recipe. By dehydrating, instead of baking, we are preserving the resistant starch present in green plantains. Resistant starch is a prebiotic; it feeds probiotics and is excellent for colon health! Since when have you eaten a Dorito and felt great about what you're doing for your body? The green plantain gives you that gift!

 

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This is a dehydrator recipe. By dehydrating, instead of baking, we are preserving the resistant starch present in green plantains. Resistant starch is a prebiotic; it feeds probiotics and is excellent for colon health! Since when have you eaten a Dorito and felt great about what you're doing for your body? The green plantain gives you that gift!
Taco-Spiced Chips or Curry Crackers~ from Green Plantains (for Resistant Starch)
Prep Time
20 mins
Total Time
20 mins
 
Servings: 50 chips or crackers
Author: Megan
Ingredients
Taco-Spice for Taco-Spiced Chips
Favorite Curry Blend
  • 2 T. curry powder of choice see link for good quality curry
Instructions
  1. Combine spices in a spice grinder or blender and blend until the spices are combined fully and the nutritional yeast is powdered, about 20 seconds.
  2. Place spices (one or both blends) into small spice bottles that have shaker lids for sprinkling. Or use your thumb and two fingers. Generously and evenly sprinkle seasoning over puree, to taste. (I recommend using more than you see in the photos; more is better!)
  3. Proceed with recipe, dehydrating crackers or chips until they are pliable and dry enough to cut. For taco-spiced chips I like to cut diagonal shaped chips. Use a long knife to cut desired shapes.
  4. Return tray with cut shapes to dehydrator until crispy crunchy. Serve; or cool to room temperature and store in sealed container.
Recipe Notes

An excellent curry powder makes an excellent curried cracker! I recommend this product (shown below). Also use this powder to make stews, soups and savory pancakes.

 

plantain crackers with resistant starch

Here are the curried crackers. My family loved these!

 

 

Comments 19

    1. That is such a good fate to have. I am only a teeny bit jealous. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Yes, they’d be great with homemade salsa, yumm!

  1. Yum! These sound amazing! My husband and I used to love making nachos with cumin or curry powder, before I stopped eating corn.

  2. These look fabulous. I’m just beginning to learn about using plantains and other gluten free starches, so this looks like a yummy way to start.

    1. No, but I always love hearing others’ experiences. Have you tried it more than once and from different sources? If so, then I’d avoid it. It may be your body telling you that it’s not a good fit. To me it just tastes cheese-y and nutty.

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