Plantain Chips and Dip



The Vegan Stoner's Plantain Chips and Dip

33 comments:

Anna A. said...

I would so nosh on this! Love, love, love plantains!

Tiffany said...

Awesome.

Indianna said...

Hi guys!
I found your blog today and i LOVE it!
The illustrations are amazing, the photography is awesome! I am such a fan now!

the biz said...

hello! stumbled onto your site about a week ago, and am now obsessed! love the beautiful photos paired with the illustrations. creativity at its finest (and most delicious :) thanks!

Monica said...

Whoa, I never would have thought to make this combination, but now I'm curious to try it!

KJ said...

Cute! Lovely photos and drawings, and the recipes sound scrumptious.

One tip--if you post more (and I hope you do), you should put a big juicy RSS button on page to make it easy to follow. I`d subscribe.

nikki said...

love this!
i'm going to make some tonight (:

Emily said...

Agree with KJ, I totally want to subscribe! Can you allow RSS? Thank you!

Sara said...

I am obsessing over every one of your recipes. No food blog has ever made me feel such undying love, and I am constantly staring at vegan food porn.

I love you.

Ratty said...

soz but are plantains like bananas? this looks yum :)

vegan.in.brighton said...

Oh Yum!

vytautas_a said...

Looks super yummy.
Loving your recipies, guys!

The Vegan Stoner said...

Plantains are usually larger and darker than bananas. They are not as sweet as bananas, but either one will work in this recipe.

beefstew said...

This blog is fantastic. I'm so happy I found it.

Rhonda said...

Another vote for RSS! I'll subscribe for sure.

Goodness Baker said...

Hi, I included your website and all of its fantastic recipes and illustrations in my list of 50 favourite vegan recipes :) Thanks!

http://www.goodnessbakeshop.com/2011/04/goodness-bakers-50-favegan-recipes.html

Jenny said...

This recipe was absolutely delicious. I make it all the time.

NZ said...

I'm making this for my daughter's birthday party tomorrow. Thanks!

emilyflippinmaruna said...

I gathered together some great El Cinco de Mayo diy ideas and yours made the cut! Thanks for the great inspiration! Check it out at - http://wp.me/pkcUM-H7

MsIs said...

I had been trying to figure out what plantains went best with and by coincidence (or was it?) you guys had posted this. It's absolutely perfect and I never would have thought of it. I'm craving this right now actually. Oh, and given the chance, I'll never eat guac with chips again! Thank you so much!

shamrockvegan said...

oh my gosh yum. i noticed plantains at my local grocery recently and i wasn't sure where to get started, but now i know!

FoodFitnessFreshair said...

First time on the site, and I have to say that it's awesome! Love all of the graphics and photos.

Wilton said...

THIS IS THE BEST BLOG EVER

The Vegan Explorer said...

We had these the other night and they were delsih and satisfied our snacky cravings - thanks!!

Kevin said...

I never thought of plantain chips with guacamole. Made it last night as a side for the corn salad sandwich and it was very good. The sweetness of the plantain worked really well with the guac. I put a bunch of cilantro and lemon juice in it. I did notice that after baking for 5 minutes on each side, at 400, that they were still very soft and not browned at all. I ended up baking them for nearly 25 minutes. If I make them again, I'll likely up the temp to 450 or 475

camille said...

favourite recipe on here!
most filling thing ever too, thank you :)

vytautas a said...

You can also check asian shops around, they usually have already fried plantain chips! :)

Anonymous said...

I love you guys

kirsten said...

this looks and sounds so good! i love plantain :)

Natalie @ OliveJuiceMama said...

This looks yummy. I pinned it to Pinterest. Thank you!

Jody said...

could i do this with frozen plantains?

Anonymous said...

My fav blog! You need an RSS feed! Your recipes are easy and soooo good!

The Cheese Guru said...

I think I'm in love with you.

Post a Comment

We read every comment (except spam) and try to respond to direct questions within a week. If we take longer, it is probably because you suggested something for the recipe or posed a problem, and we are re-making the recipe to double check its effectiveness. Thanks for the comments, and happy cooking! —The Vegan Stoner