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Lasagne Sheet Crisps???????

Mrs V

Loves Life!
#2
Lasagne Pasta Sheets
Schwartz Seasoning - all season
Fry light

Cover a baing tray with foil and spray frylight. Cut the pasta into triangles (bite size), place on baking tray.
Cover pasta with frylight and sprinkle over the seasoning.

Bake at the top of a hot oven until browned.

They are free on a green day. I think I will make some of these myself this evening!!!
 

Mrs V

Loves Life!
#4
Do you know...I'm not sure about cooking the pasta first - I think you just put them in as they are and it makes almost Dorito type crisps (I haven't made these yet, so I don't really know!)
The Schwartz seasoning is free though, I just checked.
 

sonban

Addicted to Minimins
#6
Hiya here is the number one crisp expert at your service.:D Ok lasagnia crisps you can also break them into crisp size pieces and lay them on a microwavable plate stick them in the microwave and they take about a minute but done take your eyes off them as they go from cooked to burnt in a matter of seconds then when ready sprinkle with fave flavour.

Also if you get wholemeal pitta bread split it to two as if you are going to make a pocket in it but cut all the way so its like you got 2 oval shapes. Cut up into triangles and place on a microwavable plate and cooking instructions same as above. These are a bit like doritos.:drool:
 
#7
You can also use potato. I have a crisp maker for the micro. I bought it at Trago (for the Devon/Cornwall crowd). Peel potatoes. slice thinly (you can try putting a bit of frylight on if you want. That's how I did them last night but can't remember if I usually do) In micro for 3 mins and check. Sometimes need repositioning and bake a bit longer; keep checking.
 

ThinLizzy

Wants to be a yummy mummy
#8
I have just made em using jamaican jerk schwarz seasoning, it was too spicy on them but other than that I like the actual crisps, I might just have em with salt on next time, as the seasoning just seemed a bit much, but other than that A+++++ Thanks for the tips guys..
 


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