First of all I would like to say that this has been a very wet dry season so far. I don’t know the reason for this change in the weather patterns but I hope it doesn’t make for a wet carnival! Could you imagine rain on Carnival Monday and Tuesday?
Last evening while rain fell, as if God forgot to turn off the sprinkler system, we had some yam lying around so we decided to make some yam chips. This was most welcomed while we watched
T.V. The yam we used is called Juba Yam and is known for its sticky consistency when boiled. Boy! That yam made some mouth watering chips.
So next time when you’re relaxing at home and you’re feeling for something salty and on the crispy side, instead of rushing to the pantry for a bag of potato chips try some yam chips. It’s far more healthier and filling and don’t forget to fry it in some coconut oil.
Tip: Yam chips stay fresher and crispier longer, once stored in a sealed plastic bag e.g. a Ziplock bag
Once the knife goes straight through, the yam is cooked.
and add salt to taste .
See you soon. Bye!