Easy Keto Takis

Easy Keto Takis

Those who adore Takis do so sincerely. In order to accommodate individuals who miss their favorite snack chip, I had to create a low carb Easy Keto Takis.

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Those who adore Takis do so sincerely. In order to accommodate individuals who miss their favorite snack chip, I had to create a low carb Easy Keto Takis.

Easy Keto Takis
Yields5 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time20 mins
 Two-thirds cup of almond flour
 1 spoonful of protein powder without taste
 1 tbsp Xanthan gum,
 0.50 teaspoons of salt
 boiling water and three teaspoons of avocado oil for frying
  tablespoon of chilli powder
 1/four teaspoon of the citrus electrolyte drink mixture
 1/four teaspoon cayenne
 a quarter-teaspoon of garlic powder
  teaspoon powdered habanero
1

Almond flour, protein powder with no flavor, xanthan gum, and salt should all be combined in a medium bowl. Combined by stirring. Mix until dough forms after adding hot water.

2

Between two parchment paper sheets, sandwich dough. Use a rolling pin to spread the dough thinly in all directions while shaping a rectangle. Homemade Takis are more crisp the thinner the dough.

3

Punch small circles from the (tiny biscuit cutter)dough, and then roll each circle to create a tube. Do same with remaining dough

4

A skillet should have enough avocado oil to completely cover each rolled chip. on a medium heat setting. Rolls of chips should be added to heated oil and fried until they begin to turn golden. Utilizing a spotted spatula, remove and transfer to a plate covered with paper towels to dry.

5

Combine chilli powder, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, lime drink mix, and habanero powder in a small bowl.

6

Roll the chips and place them in a big ziploc bag or bowl. Shake or toss until everything is coated after adding the Taki seasoning.

Ingredients

 Two-thirds cup of almond flour
 1 spoonful of protein powder without taste
 1 tbsp Xanthan gum,
 0.50 teaspoons of salt
 boiling water and three teaspoons of avocado oil for frying
  tablespoon of chilli powder
 1/four teaspoon of the citrus electrolyte drink mixture
 1/four teaspoon cayenne
 a quarter-teaspoon of garlic powder
  teaspoon powdered habanero

Directions

1

Almond flour, protein powder with no flavor, xanthan gum, and salt should all be combined in a medium bowl. Combined by stirring. Mix until dough forms after adding hot water.

2

Between two parchment paper sheets, sandwich dough. Use a rolling pin to spread the dough thinly in all directions while shaping a rectangle. Homemade Takis are more crisp the thinner the dough.

3

Punch small circles from the (tiny biscuit cutter)dough, and then roll each circle to create a tube. Do same with remaining dough

4

A skillet should have enough avocado oil to completely cover each rolled chip. on a medium heat setting. Rolls of chips should be added to heated oil and fried until they begin to turn golden. Utilizing a spotted spatula, remove and transfer to a plate covered with paper towels to dry.

5

Combine chilli powder, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, lime drink mix, and habanero powder in a small bowl.

6

Roll the chips and place them in a big ziploc bag or bowl. Shake or toss until everything is coated after adding the Taki seasoning.

Easy Keto Takis

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