Avocado Chips in a Weston Food Dehydrator

These tangy avocado chips were sliced perfectly with a Weston Mandoline Slicer and dehydrated in a Weston Food Dehydrator for a tasty homemade snack.

- Ingredients -
4 avocados, halved and pitted (leave skin on)
1/2 lemon
1/4 cup fresh cilantro
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 teaspoon sea salt

- Tools - 
Weston Manual Kitchen Kit or Weston Mandoline Slicer
Weston Food Dehydrator

Attach the mandoline slicer attachment to your Weston Manual Kitchen Kit, or use a Weston Mandoline slicer to slice the avocados.

Use the juicing attachment on the Manual Kitchen Kit to squeeze lemon juice onto the avocado slices.

Remove the peel from the slices and lay them out on your dehydrator racks. Use the chopping attachment on the Kitchen  Kit to chop your cilantro finely. Sprinkle the avocado slices with cilantro, cayenne, and sea salt.

Dehydrate in a Weston Dehydrator for 10 hours at 165 degrees.


Anonymous said...

Has anyone tried this? Does it work and do they taste good afterward?

Anonymous said...

Has anyone tried this? Do they taste good afterward?

Anonymous said...

If you like avocado's you should love this recipe. Play around with the seasoning to find a combination you like.

David said...

How long do they last? And how thick should they be

Anonymous said...

10 hours at 165 seems pretty hot and also like a long time for veggies, even for as oily as 'cados are. I'm going to make some avocado chips tomorrow. I'll post results in a few days.