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Ingredients

Corn Chips

  • 50 g Parmesan
  • ½ tsp mustard powder
  • ½ tsp ground paprika
  • 190 g polenta
  • 110 g bakers flour
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 120 g milk
  • 50 g oil
  • 1 tsp *fish sauce (or Tamari or Worcestershire sauce)
  • 6
    15min
    Preparation 3min
    Baking/Cooking 12min
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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    Appliance TM 31 image
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place
    Parmesan, mustard powder and paprika into TM bowl and mill for 10 seconds on speed 9. Set aside.



    Place
    all ingredients except cheese mix into TM bowl and mix for 5 seconds on speed 6.



    Set
    dial to closed lid position Closed lidand mix
    for 2 minutes on Interval settingDough mode.



    Roll
    out ¼ dough at a time between two sheets of baking paper as thinly as possible.



    Place
    on lined baking trays.



    Sprinkle
    cheese mix on top of pastry and push by hand with a piece of baking paper.
    Score with pizza cutter into shapes.



    Bake
    in 170ºC oven for 10-12 minutes until golden. Break apart and leave in oven
    until cool.

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  • Good recipe, mine turned out

    Submitted by karls.g on 27. December 2015 - 08:21.

    Good recipe, mine turned out more like biscuits in texture and consistency but still tasted good!

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  • A bit grainier and less

    Submitted by thermo-meegs on 9. November 2015 - 22:19.

    A bit grainier and less crunch than store bought corn chips, but I love the taste.  Great with nachos and dips.

    I put the dough on baking paper then put glad wrap on top to roll out the dough thinly.  I find the glad wrap comes away from the dough more easily than a second sheet of baking paper.

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  • Can I replace Bakers flour

    Submitted by Natura on 4. May 2015 - 18:23.

    Can I replace Bakers flour for white unbleached spelt flour?

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  • EPIC FAIL. Sure it was me and

    Submitted by TM5Live on 7. March 2015 - 20:04.

    EPIC FAIL. Sure it was me and not the recipe!

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  • become a lunchbox favorite in

    Submitted by poppyb on 16. November 2014 - 13:24.

    become a lunchbox favorite in urhouse, ta for recipie Big Smile

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  • Unfortunately we really

    Submitted by Penny W on 30. September 2014 - 13:27.

    Unfortunately we really weren't impressed by these in our house. I ended up throwing them out. They didn't go crispy and prolonged cooking time just made them brown and still not crunchy. They didn't taste nice very either. Very disappointed tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • I'm not sure where I went

    Submitted by hanna81 on 19. September 2014 - 20:38.

    I'm not sure where I went wrong but mine look nothing like the picture and I can't eat them. Hubby is enjoying them  though at least they aren't going to waste! I think I didn't roll thin enough and they are overlooked tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • How thick is everyone rolling

    Submitted by Mrs Huggy on 17. August 2014 - 15:45.

    How thick is everyone rolling the dough?  I went as "thin as possible" thinking they would rise or something and I ended up with wafers.  Is the consistency a bit soft when they come out of the oven and crisp up on cooling?  I think I left mine in the oven a bit too long.

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  • Quick and really simplet to

    Submitted by EVLKAT82 on 25. July 2014 - 12:37.

    Quick and really simplet to make....

    I made these today, to use as samples at my Market Stall this evening... my 3yr old loved them, I will have to make more for the family to have over the weekend tmrc_emoticons.)

    EvlKat82

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  • Made these tonight with out

    Submitted by Not Martha Stewart on 15. June 2014 - 19:20.

    Made these tonight with out the flavouring, used maize flour instead of polenta. Delicious with the nachos topping and cheese from the community. 

    Almost Martha 

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  • Oh dear i forgot the oil...

    Submitted by alice83 on 17. May 2014 - 16:06.

    Oh dear i forgot the oil... they are okay just a little crunchie, shattered was hanging out to try these.

    They are now more like a cheese cracker

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  • So good.  A handful and a

    Submitted by Helen79 on 15. May 2014 - 13:16.

    So good.  A handful and a tablespoon of Kasundi is a great mid morning snack.

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  • Yum, yum yum how amazing is

    Submitted by jowhit on 6. April 2014 - 19:48.

    Yum, yum yum how amazing is it that we can make these things?? Love it!

    Love my thermomix - have named 31 ERIN and 5 LAYA

    Love the world of thermomix and cooking for my family tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • These smell good but taste

    Submitted by edwards family on 8. March 2014 - 13:26.

    These smell good but taste not so good not sure what I did wrong i might try it a little different next time.

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  • These are fantastic, both

    Submitted by dancill on 9. December 2013 - 23:03.

    These are fantastic, both savoury and sweet.  Don't hold back with your imagination when adding flavour.

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  • Made these yesterday.  They

    Submitted by J9design on 16. June 2013 - 19:36.

    Made these yesterday.  They were really good (despite forgetting to score them before baking after the first tray...too keen to get them baked).  They were a little lacking in something, though not sure what.  Maybe I'm too used to eating the commercial rubbish with all it's flavour enhancers.  Maybe I will try Worcestershire Sauce instead of the fish sauce next time.  

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  • That sounds really good!  I'm

    Submitted by J9design on 16. June 2013 - 19:32.

    That sounds really good!  I'm such a savoury girl but you got me thinking...

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  • Polenta is corn meal 

    Submitted by suegriffin on 24. May 2013 - 16:22.

    Polenta is corn meal 

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  • Polenta is corn meal 

    Submitted by suegriffin on 24. May 2013 - 16:22.

    Polenta is corn meal 

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  • I made these but instead of

    Submitted by Beck on 17. February 2013 - 00:35.

    I made these but instead of the usually topping i used sugar and cinnamon and they were devine! Made them into a sweet nachos with diced strawberry and lime rind then topped with melted chocolate Thanks for a great recipe!

     

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  • I made these but instead of

    Submitted by Beck on 17. February 2013 - 00:35.

    I made these but instead of the usually topping i used sugar and cinnamon and they were devine! Made them into a sweet nachos with diced strawberry and lime rind then topped with melted chocolate Thanks for a great recipe!

     

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  • Can you use any type of

    Submitted by Ejsponza on 15. December 2012 - 11:58.

    Can you use any type of baking flour... I assumed corn chips were made from corn flour?  Big Smile Cooking 1

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  • Hi there,Is there any other

    Submitted by kaza123 on 29. June 2012 - 10:05.

    Hi there,

    Is there any other cheese you could use? My son is on a low sodium diet, parmesan is way too high. 

    Could you use swiss cheese, do you think? 

     

     

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  • we are gluten free is there a

    Submitted by Kristeli on 23. April 2012 - 17:04.

    we are gluten free is there a way to make them gluten free? We eat the gf corn chips from the store at the moment and would love to make my own. Thanks  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi Tenina, I am new to the

    Submitted by JeanetteO on 10. April 2012 - 22:51.

    Hi Tenina, I am new to the forum,I made these to take as pickies to my daughters, I found them very easy to make,I do have a few questions:  with the polenta which is better fine or course grain? paprika - sweet, smokey, or plain? and lastly the sauce which do you feel is the better?  Many thanks tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.) :

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  • I think salt and herbs sound

    Submitted by guest on 19. February 2011 - 00:22.

    I think salt and herbs sound great as an option….and Cindylee, let me know how it goes…..

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  • I realised that I was

    Submitted by cindylee1975 on 18. February 2011 - 14:35.

    tmrc_emoticons.8) I realised that I was using Ready Made Polenta, having never used it before, I didnt realise you could get any other type.  I will definitely try again.  Thanks for your expertise

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  • Tenina, strict ellimination

    Submitted by pippa on 25. January 2011 - 20:37.

    Tenina, strict ellimination diet is just salt, a sprinkle of parsley, chives, garlic, shallots and saffron.  All other herbs and spices are very high in salycilates.  In our house, everyone seems to be tolerant of some salycilates, except I am currently on a strict ellimination diet while breastfeeding DD3. Oh and cheese is very high in amines especially aged cheeses such as parmesan. 

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  • Havent tried that Pippa,

    Submitted by guest on 25. January 2011 - 19:10.

    Havent tried that Pippa, please let me know. What flavourings (if any) are OK?

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  • These sound fantastic - I

    Submitted by pippa on 25. January 2011 - 13:45.

    These sound fantastic - I plan to try them soon, but being failsafe, I don't want to add the parmesan, spices or fish sauce/tamari etc.  Any thoughts on wether or not this will work as "basic" corn chips?  Am quite happy to give it a go anyway, just seeing what people thought.

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  • Hi Cindylee, it can only be

    Submitted by guest on 25. January 2011 - 01:26.

    Hi Cindylee, it can only be quantities being off, or the type of polenta you may have used…Not sure which. Instant polenta is quite different from traditional (slow) polenta in result…hopefully you will try again, with the other and get better results. No fail for me.

    tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • cindylee, I have made these

    Submitted by moreta on 24. January 2011 - 10:05.

    cindylee, I have made these and had no problem with sticky dough. Are you sure you used correct measurements?

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  • Hi Tenina, Im new to the

    Submitted by cindylee1975 on 24. January 2011 - 09:01.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Hi Tenina, Im new to the forum and have been reading and printing off lots of recipes, and yours are some of them.  In particular, these corn chips, I tried to make them on Saturday and the pastry was so sticky that when I attempted to pull the baking paper off after rolling it out, it stuck to it and was pretty much useless.  What is the pastry supposed to look like or feel like?  Have I done something wrong?

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