Choy Chips with Sesame

Everyone has heard of Kale Chips, but have you ever heard of Choy Chips?? I had a bunch of baby bok choy and decided to make some chips to use it up. They turned out incredibly crispy and the sesame seeds add a heartiness and crunch.

It made me think, you could probably make chips out of any green vegetable! Like collards, brussel sprouts, chard…? I’ll have to get back to you on those…

What you’ll need:

4 baby bok choys, separated and de-stemmed (so you are only left with the green leafy part)

1 tbsp avocado oil (or olive)

1/2 tbsp sesame oil

2 tbsp sesame seeds

Sea salt

Put bok choy leaves into a large bowl and add the oil, seeds and salt. Gently mix around with your hands until the leaves are evenly coated in oil. Lay out in a single layer in a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake for 35-40 minutes at 250F. Let cool.




5 thoughts on “Choy Chips with Sesame

  1. Lauren says:

    Neat, and I love the catchy name! I can’t seem to eat kale chips without adding just a tad of maple syrup to cut the bitterness, so maybe I’d like these better! 🙂


  2. glutenfree vegetarian meal ideas says:

    Very interesting..I always have lots of Bok Choy. Will try these. Tfs


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