Recipe Directions

1. In a food processor, blend all ingredients. Corn mixture should be well blended but not runny. If too thick, add a little more water.

2. Spread evenly onto Teflex sheet and allow to dehydrate until crispy.

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By Aziah

A corn chip flavored with a hint of lime. Perfect for salsa!

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This looks DELISH! YUM!

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these chips look soo yummy , do they turn out really crispy?

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Hey Aziah, this sounds so good, do you think fresh corn would work too?

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Zesty Lime Corn Chips
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When you use frozen corn, do you thaw it first?

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I just made the batter for this and it is super yummy! Can't wait for them to come out of the dehydrator.

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thank you! bless you!

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these chips look soo yummy , do they turn out really crispy?

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I made these with fresh corn. I wonder if the frozen would make it less sweet? I actually couldn't eat them because of the overpowering sweetness. I was shocked since "old" corn chips aren't sweet at all. These would be great with a Mango Salsa.

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I made these with fresh corn. I wonder if the frozen would make it less sweet? I actually couldn't eat them because of the overpowering sweetness. I was shocked since "old" corn chips aren't sweet at all. These would be great with a Mango Salsa.

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thanks! i cant wait to try this!

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That is the easy way...or you can make little circle chips right from the batter. If you want ot take it a step further you can fold them over halfway through dehydrating time and make them "bendy" for scooping

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so do you just make one big square and break it after it's dehydrated? (I just got a dehydrator, sorry for the newbie question!)

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I'm gonna try it with purple corn right now.

I'll check back in!

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Mine were quite sweet, as well, but I also was a little too heavy-handed w/ the lime juice so they were pretty tart, too. However, I broke them up into chips and they are really pretty great w/ salsa. Thank for this recipe, Aziah. I'll be making it again.

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Did you use frozen corn or fresh? Maybe that is the difference? If you added water, try using just lime juice. Also try a bit more salt (but be careful as the dehydrator will make it taste saltier).

But FYI - mine did have a tangy-sweet taste to it...they didn't have the overpowering lime-flavored taste like tortilla chips in the store.

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I tried making this and it was really sweet - not like the corn chips i used to have in the store - salty. Am i doing something wrong? I know corn is sweet, but i just didn't think the chips would come out this sweet. any suggestions?

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I make them with fresh and they are fine. I haven't had to add any water at all, just corn or corn and flax seed and seasonings. The only problem I've had is sometimes the fresh corn will leave a bitter aftertaste.

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I had mine in for about 24 hours on 105...if you have it higher, like 115 it will take less time. tat is why I didn't specify a temp or time in the recipe. just check on them and keep them in until they are crispy.

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I've got 2 large sheets of this in the dehydrator right now. I set it at 115 degrees - is that too hot? I turned on the dehydrator around 5 pm this afternoon. Can you give me an idea of about how long these will take? I'm pretty new to this and have never made chips or crackers before.

harmonylia, I read in one of my raw food books (Rawvolution, I think) that for some reason, frozen corn works better than fresh for corn chips, and it recommended using frozen instead. I'm guessing that Aziah hit the nail on the head -- probably fresh has a higher water content.

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This looks DELISH! YUM!

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It should. But if you do leave out the water and only add as necessary. Don't hold me to it though until I try it myself ;0)

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Hey Aziah, this sounds so good, do you think fresh corn would work too?

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