The Chips are Dried Fruit

April 09, 2013
The chips are dried fruit or tuber slices by frying in vegetable oil. Banana chips is one kind of chips that are commonly found and liked by the people. These chips are easy to make, with a low cost and simple equipment.

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Equipment: Pan. Knife and cutting board. This tool is used for slicing bananas. Drainer. This tool is used of drain chips after frying. Drainer basket can be either plastic, or bamboo basket rattan wicker basket rare. 

Materials: Picking ripe bananas, still green with a slight yellow color (10% of the surface area). In West Sumatra, the most suitable for banana chips are fried bananas Togar of Pasaman, banana certain kepok of Baso. Cooking oil (palm) White refined salt. Sodium metabisulfite, or sodium bisulfite. These compounds are used to prevent the formation of datau blackish brown color on the surface of the banana slices. Salt. Citric acid.


 Making Way

1. Few in number processing.

Peeling and slicing. Bananas peeled, then sliced ​​thinly (2-3 mm thick) lengthwise. Frying. Slices should be fried. Need to be cultivated, not later than 10 minutes after sliced​​, slices have been incorporated into the hot oil. Done in the frying oil temperature of 170 ° C. Oil should be high enough so that all the materials immersed in oil. Each 1 kg of bananas need 3 liters of cooking oil. During frying, stirring slowly. Frying is done until quite dry and crisp chips. Results called banana chips frying. Penggulaan: Preparation of sugar solution. White granulated sugar until finely ground, then as much as 1 kg added with 250 ml of water, and stirred. After the solution was heated to boiling. After boiling, the fire quickly diminished to keep the sugar solution is still hot, but not boiling. Dipping chips. The new chips removed from the hot oil, drained a short (1 minute). Then immediately dipped into a solution of sugar, then crisps immediately appointed to drained and laid it over the cooled with drainer tool.


2. Processing in Total Lots.

Preparation of bisulfite solution. To make 1 liter of solution bisulfite required: Compound sodium metabisulfite or sodium bisulfite, 3-5 grams; Citric Acid, 2 grams; Salt 10 grams, and clean water, 1 liter. All the ingredients are mixed, and the solution was stirred until it became flat. Peeling and slicing. Bananas peeled, then sliced ​​thinly (2 ~ 3 mm thick) lengthwise. Each of which has been sliced ​​banana, immediately washed in clean water and drained quickly. After the banana slices immediately inserted into sulfite solution. Immersion in a solution of sulfite solution lasts for 8 minutes. After it drained banana slices. Frying. Slices that had been drained immediately fried in oil temperature 200 ° c subs 3 ~ 5 minutes. Oil should be high enough so that all the materials immersed in oil. Each 1 kg of bananas need 3 liters of cooking oil. During frying, stirring slowly. Frying is done until quite dry and crisp chips. Results called banana chips frying. Add Sugar. Add sugar with sugar syrup. Preparation of sugar solution. White granulated sugar until finely ground, then as much as 1 kg added with 250 ml of water, and stirred. After the solution was heated to boiling. After boiling, the fire quickly diminished to keep the sugar solution is still hot, but not boiling. Immersion in sugar solution. The new chips removed from the hot oil, ditirkan briefly (1 minute). Then immediately dipped into a solution of sugar, stirred briefly that all chips be removed to drain and laid it over the cooled with drainer tool. Penggulaan with powdered sugar. The new chips drained and still hot, immediately sprinkled with flour sugar, then stir gently so the sugar evenly. This technique is also used to salt the chips. Packaging. Chips packed in a plastic bag, then diseal tightly. Chips in order to be protected from mechanical damage during storage, transport and display, chips must be packaged in a tin box, or a cardboard box.

Banana chips are a favorite snack so enjoy doing that most people, especially among teenagers and the family.

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