Low-carb salami and cheese chips

Low-carb salami and cheese chips

Craving a crunchy, low-carb snack? We’ve got one that only takes a few minutes to prepare. Salami & cheese is quite possibly the best combination EVER! Pop this goodness in the oven and before you know it, you’ll be crunching away! #LowCarbMmmmm

Low-carb salami and cheese chips

Craving a crunchy, low-carb snack? We’ve got one that only takes a few minutes to prepare. Salami & cheese is quite possibly the best combination EVER! Pop this goodness in the oven and before you know it, you’ll be crunching away! #LowCarbMmmmm
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4 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 3 oz. 90 g salami, about 20 slices
  • 4 oz. 110 g grated parmesan cheese
  • 1 tsp 1 tsp paprika powder

Instructions

Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Preheat the oven to 450°F (225°C), or set your oven to broil (high heat).
  2. Place the salami slices on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Allow some space between the slices.
  3. Place a mound of shredded cheese on top of every slice, about 1–2 tablespoons. Sprinkle paprika powder or dry herbs on top for additional flavors.
  4. Place in the oven; bake until the cheese turns bubbly and golden brown. Check often so they don't burn.
  5. Remove from the oven and let cool. Once cool, the chips are crunchy and ready to be enjoyed!

Tip!

You can use any kind or shredded cheese you want – mild or sharp cheddar, aged cheddar, shredded mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese or you can mix different cheeses. You'll get best results from a mix of cheddar and parmesan cheese. For additional toppings, you might add taco mix, onion or garlic powder or black pepper.

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11 comments

  1. Lesley
    These are soon tasty! Made mine with salami and cheddar topped with hot paprika - delicious warm or cold!
  2. the comedian
    I see them as tasty, but not sure that dietdoctor should be encouraging eating red processed meats given the WHO study. IMO this could be done just as easily with steak or chicken that hasnt been processed.
  3. Maria
    I love these, but instead of paprika, I use a drop of tabasco or other hot sauce on top of salami slice and spread it over salami slice, then I sprinkle cheese on top of it. Salty, spicy, crispy... Om nom nom! Real treats!
  4. Whitney
    I am on food stamps and also don't have time most days to sit down and have breakfast lunch and dinner I usually only have something when I get up and dinner when I get home so how can u help me . Plus my mom isn't willing to throw out everything bad for me and putting me at risk for failing the 2 week challenge. I can't afford all the food that I'm supposed to buy for the challenge is there a way someone can help me?
  5. Susan
    Hi Whitney, I'm just getting started too. I wanted to get started right away and didn't have everything I needed to follow the recipes here, though they look and sound delicious. Eggs are very low carb, high protien, and inexpensive. Hard boiling them in advance makes them something that can be eaten on the go. They are versatile. Scrambled, fried, etc. Chicken thighs are often on sale. Regularly priced under $2/pound at my local Walmart. Ground beef is also on sale, too. Vegetable-wise, I often get BIG bags of frozen broccoli and cauliflower at Walmart for about $5. Coconut oil is a good all purpose fat that's nutritious and costs less than grass-fed butter. Store brand spices such as onion and garlic powder are often in the $1 range. Best of luck and congratulations for getting started. Remember you dont have to get it perfect from the start. We learn as we go. Susan
  6. Susan
    Google or search Pinterest: " Keto on a Budget"
  7. amy
    I actually make these in the mircorwave at home! So delicious and way easier than waiting for the oven to warm up. I use a microwave plate and usually set it for 60-130 sec...just kind of watch until you see the cheese begin to bubble. The grease from the cheese prevents it from sticking. Works great for when you first walk in the door at the end of the day and just need something really quick before you spend an hour preparing dinner.
    Replies: #10, #11
  8. Sammie
    These are amazing, I added himalayan salt on the top and they are so tasty. Will try very thinly sliced chicken or steak in the next few days for a bit of variety. I love how crunchy these go too.
  9. Loren
    Mine tasted good but weren't crispy at all. Kinda bendy.
  10. Jeff
    Amy, that’s Brilliant!! Thanks for the tip I’m gonna try this tonight :)
  11. Toni
    Ooh yeah Amy sounds good! I actually used to love microwaved cheese with himalayan salt on - who knew my body craved keto??

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