Following the success of our keto daikon chips, we have a brand new, low carb vegetable chips recipe for you. These Oven Baked Rutabaga Chips with Cajun Spices are so tasty and healthy you’ll keep coming back.
We cut swedes into wafer-thin chips and seasoned them with a hot spice Cajun-style rub and a dash of extra virgin olive oil. Then we slowly baked them in the oven until dry and crispy. In an hour you can have delicious fries a fraction of the calories than classic fried potato chips.
Cajun seasoning is a brilliant blend of spices that works well with just about anything. It is sharp and spicy taste goes wonderfully with swedes and gives the chips a nice shade of red thanks to the paprika. You can use store-bought Cajun seasoning or make it from scratch using our recipe below.
The swede, also known as swede or swede, belongs to the cabbage family. It has light yellow flesh and a slightly sweet, earthy flavor. Although it is a root vegetable, it has far fewer carbohydrates than potatoes or parsnips, making it a perfect one Keto friendly alternative.
Weight for weight, rutabaga has almost three times less carbs than potatoes. A 100g serving delivers only 3 grams of net carbs (the amount of digestible carbohydrates), almost 5 times less than in potatoes. So if you’re on a ketogenic diet or looking for a low-calorie alternative to classic chips, these turnip chips are just perfect.
To make them even healthier, we chose to bake them with a little oil instead of frying them. This way we were able to cut the fats in half, which also means fewer calories. A 25g serving of these swede chips will do the trick only 89 calories but packs almost 20% of your RDI to fiber – all with only 6% RDI of fats.