If you haven’t tried zucchini chips, you are in for a real treat! These crispy, baked veggies make a healthy snack you won’t feel guilty about later.
How to Make Zucchini Chips
Ingredients you will need:
- 2 large zucchini, sliced into 1/4″ chips
- 1/4 cup dry bread crumbs
- 1/4 cup fresh grated Parmesan cheese
- 2 egg whites
- 1/4 teaspoon seasoned salt
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
- Optional seasonings (1/4 teaspoon): dried onion powder, oregano, Mrs. Dash seasoning, Cajun seasoning, Stevia, parsley, or basil
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Wash the zucchini and slice up your zucchini into quarter inch slices. The Rada Slicer is a good tool for this task because it’s long and will reach right through the thick zucchini.
Crack two egg whites into one bowl.
Mix bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese, and seasoning in another bowl.
Dip the zucchini chips, one by one, first into the egg whites then into the dry mixture.
Place your chips on a baking sheet. You might want to place foil or parchment with spray over the top unless you are using Rada Stoneware’s Cookie Sheet. Then you never need to worry about seasoning it.
Bake for 7 minutes in a 450 degree oven. Then turn the chips over and bake for another 7-9 minutes or until golden brown on both sides. Serve them while they’re hot!
Do You Know about Rada Fundraising?
If your nonprofit group is looking for a fundraiser, look no further than Rada Cutlery! Rada Cutlery makes a great fundraiser for all different reasons but here are the ones we hear over and over from our very satisfied customers:
- High-quality, American-made products
- 40% profit on all sales
- Exceptional customer service
- 3 ways to sell (catalog, event, online)
- Easy ordering (phone, fax, mail, web, simple sorting)
- Fast turnaround!
If these are qualities you’d like from your next fundraiser, give Rada a try!
Enjoy Crispy Zucchini Chips!
Watch the recipe video from the Rada Test Kitchen and learn zucchini cutting tips as well as how to cook with wet and dry ingredients.
Zucchini Chips Recipe Video Transcript:
Hi, Kristi in the Rada Kitchen, and today I’m making a recipe for zucchini chips. So I went out and picked two zucchini and I’m going to slice them into quarter inch slices. I’m using the Rada Slicer. It’s long enough so when I get up to that thicker part of the zucchini, it will be long enough to cut right through.
So next, you’ll need two egg whites. I’m just going to lightly beat those. Then in a separate bowl, you’ll need a 1/4-1/2 cup bread crumbs. I like to use the Japanese style, it makes them really crispy. Add a 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese, your favorite seasoning. Onion powder, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, whichever you prefer. Add a little salt and pepper.
Then you’ll need a baking pan. I’m using a Rada cookie sheet. You might want to use foil on a pan or parchment paper and spray it with cooking spray. Rada Stoneware you don’t have to season, so I’m just going to lay them right on the stoneware. First you’ll dip a slice in the egg whites then coat it in your bread crumb cheese mixture.
What I like to do when using a wet and dry ingredient, this is my wet hand that I use in the egg white or milk, and this is my dry hand that I use in the bread crumbs. That way your hands don’t get full of bread crumbs.
So you’ll place your zucchini in a single layer on your baking sheet. Then put it in the oven for seven minutes and flip them over and bake another seven minutes.
So I baked my zucchini for seven minutes and flipped them over for another 7-9 minutes until they got golden brown. I love this stoneware, but it does take a little bit longer cooking time, but I like it because you don’t have to season it and it browns anything you put on it really evenly. So here are the zucchini chips. They’re delicious, enjoy.
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Rada Knives Fundraising Video Transcript:
Hi, Kristi at Rada Cutlery, introducing you to our fundraising packet. Do you have a group that wants to make some money? A non-profit group that’s with a church, a basketball team, or a school? Let me introduce you to Rada Cutlery. It’s made in the U.S.A., one hundred percent. And your group will make at least a forty percent profit. So give us a call or go online and order a fund-raising packet. And with that packet you’ll get a full line catalog.
Not only do we have cutlery or cutlery gift sets, we have stoneware, food items such as soups and vegetable dips, and some hot dips. So you’ll get a catalog and everything that we offer is in that one catalog. And also in that catalog, it’s going to have the price that you sell the items for. And they’re all rounded to the nearest quarter, so you don’t have to make change with pennies and that.
And with that you’ll get an order taker. This is just a one sheet paper, front and back. It has a place for your seller to write their name. It has a place to put the organizations name, and then even a reason that your group is selling.
Maybe you want to buy new band uniforms. And then you’ll have ten people that can order on that. You might want more if you’re somebody that’s gung-ho. You’ll put those with each catalog, and then when they turn those in you’ll want to tally those up on an order form. The order form has the whole-sale costs. The only person that needs the order form is the leader or a couple leaders. And that will be the price with the shipping that you send to us.
Now if you sell over a thousand dollars, you don’t have to tally it onto an order form, you’ll just send all the order takers or enter all the order takers online. It will still give you an idea of how much the shipping will be. So you’ll mail that in, fax it in, do it online, or you can call it in too if you have it all tallied up.
And with that packet you’ll get a fundraising guide, kind of an overview of everything I just told you. It has some selling suggestions, it has the ordering methods, and it also has some promotional tools. We have calendars, posters, banners to promote to the community that you’re doing a fundraiser with Rada Cutlery. Give us a call at 1-800-311-9691. Or go online at www.radacutlery.com and ask for a fundraising packet. And you’ll make a forty percent profit on a hundred percent made in U.S.A. products.
Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 — last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs.
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