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Completely Keto Mock Potato Chips

In the bustling, creative kitchen of Sam and Alex, a couple who shared a passion for keto cooking and an adventurous spirit in culinary exploration, the idea for Completely Keto Mock Potato Chips was born out of a playful challenge. One lazy Saturday afternoon, as they lounged in their sunny living room watching cooking shows, they found themselves craving the crunchy, satisfying snack of potato chips. However, committed to their keto lifestyle, they knew the traditional potato chip was off the menu.

Determined not to let their dietary choices limit their enjoyment, Sam proposed a challenge to Alex: to create a keto-friendly chip that could rival the texture and flavor of the beloved potato chip. Accepting the challenge with a spark in his eye, Alex remembered the daikon radish they had purchased earlier in the week from a local farmers’ market.

With a burst of creativity, they set to work in the kitchen. Slicing the daikon into thin, uniform pieces, they marinated them in wheat-free tamari sauce and olive oil, ensuring each slice was perfectly coated. As the slices baked, transforming into golden, crispy chips, the kitchen filled with an aroma that promised a delicious outcome.

Once done, they sprinkled the chips with Himalayan salt, adding the finishing touch to their creation. The first taste was a revelation – the chips were crispy, flavorful, and utterly satisfying, capturing the essence of a traditional potato chip without the carbs.

Sam and Alex’s Completely Keto Mock Potato Chips became an instant hit among their friends, proving that with a bit of ingenuity and a willingness to experiment, even the most unlikely ingredients could be transformed into a delightful snack. The chips weren’t just a culinary success; they were a symbol of Sam and Alex’s playful approach to keto cooking, inspiring others in their community to explore the endless possibilities of ketogenic cuisine.

Harlan Kilstein’s Completely Keto Mock Potato Chips

Course: Snack
Cuisine: American


  • 1 long daikon radish 6-7 inches cut into thin slices
  • 2 tbs wheat free tamari sauce
  • 2 tbs olive oil to cover daikon pieces
  • Himalayan Salt to taste


Step One: Gently Mix The Ingredients

  1. extra virgin olive oil to cover

Step Two: Air Fryer

  1. Add Mixture to Black & Decker Air Fryer
  2. Set timer for 40 minutes
  3. When the bell rings dig in.
  4. Remember, there are other people in your family!
  5. Each piece has a about a 1/4 carb in it. Enjoy!

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