The Super Bowl is coming up quick, and we have a snack that will take you no time at all and will impress all of your guests. They might just tear themselves away from the game long enough for seconds. These homemade macro nachos are plant based, full of flavor, and packed with nutrients. If you’ve never made your own sweet potato chips, you might be surprised at how tasty and delicious they are! Follow our recipe and you might never go back to store bought chips again. All you need for this recipe are sweet potatoes, sliced olives, scallions, jalapenos, avocado, and a Chef Soraya bowl. We recommend the New Mex Chili Lime bowl or the Chipotle Black Bean bowl.
Thinly slice your sweet potatoes using a mandolin. If you don’t have a mandolin on hand, you can thinly slice your potatoes by hand. The thinner the potatoes, the better the crunch. Lightly coat potatoes in the cooking oil of your choice and lightly sprinkle them with salt and pepper. Arrange your sliced potatoes on a sheet tray and try not to overlap the slices. Bake at 450 degrees for about 20 minutes, until the potatoes are crispy and golden brown. Next, remove the potatoes from the oven and add your additional toppings. We recommend that you add your Chef Soraya Bowl first, followed by diced tomatoes, olives, scallions, and jalapenos. Place your sheet tray back in oven for an additional 7 minutes. Remove from oven and top nachos with diced avocado and serve warm.
The homemade sweet potato chips are part of what gives this dish its unique flavor and a nutritional boost. Sweet potatoes are high in vitamin B, vitamin C, Iron, Calcium, and the antioxidant known as beta carotene. Sweet potatoes are also another source of fiber. With the addition a healthy oil, avocado, and other toppings including a Chef Soraya bowl, these nachos contain all the macro nutrients you need to maintain a healthy and balanced diet.
There are endless combinations and possibilities for your macro nachos. They can be customized to suit almost any diet. Try adding a little avocado crème instead, substitute red onions for scallions, or try another Chef Soraya bowl flavor. You can even add a cheese of your choice or just stick with the plant-based version, it’s delicious we promise. The inspiration for this recipe came from our own local Boulder, Colorado newspaper. With just a few tweaks we made this delicious snack into Chef Soraya food hack recipe that’s perfect for the Superbowl weekend or any time you’re craving a healthy, hearty snack to share. With the addition of the Chef Soraya bowl you get a boost of flavor in addition to some essential macro nutrients. This recipe will keep you happy and healthy on the big game day! Give it a try and thank us later.