Let’s get one thing out of the way right here, right now. Potatoes are great. In my opinion they are one of the best foods. Savory, filling, full of nutrients and perfect just on their own (or dipped in guacamole). Baked potato chippies (and baked sweet potato chips) are my first and last resort meal plan. I just throw the chips, some lettuce, some raw veg, and some hummus or avocado mash into a bowl and that is it. I would like to think this counts as a #GoddessBowl but it may be a little too lazy for that. #LazyGoddessVibes
Can you imagine that though? A lazy Selene or an I-can’t-be-bothered Athena? I imagine Athena lounging between cumulus clouds on Mount Olympus hanging out with the owls and eating olives when she had no battles to oversee. And Selene would be lazing around during the day, writing poetry before she had to drive her moon chariot across the sky.
I’m sure any goddess or demi-god will enjoy this simple and delicious bowl while contemplating their own power animal or the vastness of the universe. Or just while watching reruns of Adventure Time and Frasier.
Potatoes, medium sized
Any raw veg you like (I like cucumber, cherry tomatoes, lettuce and zucchini)
Dips (like hummus or avocado mash)
Pre-heat the oven to 200C (about 380F).
Rinse your potatoes and chop them into chip size slices. Make sure they are all relatively the same size, otherwise they won’t cook evenly.
Arrange the chips on a dark, non-stick pan or a pan covered in non-stick parchment paper.
Sprinkle on a hefty dose of pepper and paprika (don’t be shy with the paprika, the more you add the crispier the chips will become).
Now bake the chips for about 30 to 35 minutes, turning them half way through.
Throw your chippies into a bowl along with your dip and raw veggies and you have got yourself a delish and satisfying meal!