10 corn Tortillas
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Stack your 10 tortillas together and cut them into eighths. Lay out a single layer of chip pieces onto your baking pan, and lightly spray cooking spray throughout all the pieces. Lightly sprinkle a couple of pinches of salt throughout. Bake for about 15-20 minutes until golden brown and crispy.
I always like to keep a close eye because my oven tends to cook faster. I usually do a second batch, since not all 80 pieces fit in one pan or you could also bake 2 pans at one time.
Chips and salsa is Ben’s idea of dessert, so it’s much more guilt-free to have them baked. Writing this post up also has me craving some of my mother-in-law’s homemade salsa. Her salsas are always bomb dot com. When we were in Texas, we were spoiled by all the deliciously spicy salsas she made for us. I’ll have to get the salsa recipes from Ben’s mom to share with you.
Putting a batch of chips to bake in the oven is so easy! They come out much thicker than store bought tortilla chips, but I’ll take baked over fried any day. I have another recipe to share with you soon, so that you could eat these baked chips with something super yummy.