Oven baked zucchini chips are a delicious superfood snack. This recipe turns a mild-flavored vegetable into a crunchy and tasty treat. Replace the processed bag of chips and choose these fantastic baked zucchini chips.
One serving of this tasty treat contains only 99 calories. In case you are looking for a healthy way to lose weight, it is time for you to learn about the health benefits of zucchini. This vegetable is well known to reduce weight and also boost the nutrient value of your diet.
It prevents all the diseases which occur from the deficiency of vitamin C, such as sclerosis, easy bruising, and scurvy. It also promotes eye health. Zucchini has a high content of carbohydrates, protein, fiber and vitamin C. It helps to cure asthma and contains significant quantities of vitamin A, folate, potassium, all of which are important for your overall health. If you regularly eat zucchini, you can effectively lower your homocysteine levels.
Zucchini is available on the market in green, light green or yellow colors. This small summer squash has the shape which resembles that of a ridged cucumber and features numerous seeds. However, some cultivators produce zucchini in a bottle or rounded shapes. Argentina, Egypt, Turkey, Italy, Romania, China, and Japan are the largest producers of this squash. Zucchini can be eaten sliced, cooked, or raw and is grown year-round. It can be shredded in a cold salad and also cooked in hot salads.
Although zucchini is a fruit, it is often cooked as a vegetable since it is best when eaten in cooked dishes. When they are ripe, zucchini is picked when it’s below 20cm/8 inches in length and the seeds is young and soft. Zucchini which are fully developed are often three feet long, but they are usually too much fibrous and not so good to eat. Young zucchini has buttery white flesh, soft covering, and subtle taste. Almost every part of zucchini is edible, including the skin, seeds, and the flesh. Zucchini is available in their best form during May and July.
- 3 small zucchini, sliced into a quarter inch rounds
- Half cup of Italian-seasoned bread crumbs
- 2 teaspoons of fresh oregano
- 2 tablespoons of grated Parmesan cheese
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- First, preheat your oven to 175 degrees C or 350 degrees F.
- Now, take a bowl and put a zucchini in it. Sprinkle olive oil over zucchini and stir to coat.
- Next, add bread crumbs and toss to coat. In the next step spread coated zucchini onto a baking sheet, and sprinkle oregano and Parmesan cheese overcoated zucchini.
- Now, bake in the oven, which you already preheated, for about 15 minutes, until zucchini are tender and cheese is browned.