This is the second time we’ve made fried plantain chips and they were pretty good!
Brandon removed the plantain peel with a knife, which is a task in itself. Once they were cut, we threw them in some boiling canola oil and waited until they floated to the top. We split the plantain chips into a few batches and put coarse sea salt on them as soon as they were done frying.
Paired with some ground turkey tacos, these plantain chips were good. Unfortunately they didn’t keep well for my lunch the next day. While the plantain chips were fun, they were also a lot of work. Next time we’ll probably just be lazy and have tortilla chips.