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How to Make Cheese Crisps - CHOW Tip

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Uploaded on Aug 3, 2009

Karen Solomon http://ksolomon.com/
Author of Can It, Bottle It, Smoke It: And Other Kitchen Projects, bakes cakes in canning jars that are great for gifts or picnics.
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Cheese chips are an entirely delicious snack that are just fried, flat, thick pieces of provolone cheese. Use a nonstick frying pan. Heat it up over medium-high heat. Put the cheese into the center of the pan until it gets very bubbly and very brown around the edges. Flip it over for another two minutes, just to brown the other side. Drain it on paper towels and devour. They taste great on their own, just eating them like a snack cracker or they make a great base for a tostada or a little mini at home pizza.

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