My Most Creative Recipes(Last Updated On: February 26, 2019)
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Do you like being creative and combining new flavors when cooking? How does turning your passion into cold hard cash sound? Lays’ do us a flavor contest asks fans to create a new potato chip flavor using Original, Wavy, or Kettle chips varieties. 4 flavors will be chosen for production in Summer 2014, and one lucky winner will take home 1 million smackaroonies! Be sure to check out the rules and regulations here: Contest Rules
As a foodie the idea of trying all these new flavors has me super excited!
When trying to think up new chip flavors, I found myself thinking about past dishes I’ve made.
My most creative recipes usually combine 2 delicious dishes into one meal.
Let’s take a peek,and see how they’d translate into a chip flavor.
1. Lasagna Soup combines the tangy tomato sauce and creamy cheese of lasagna. I made this dish spur of the moment during a snow storm. I wanted a comfort food that would help warm up the house, our tummies, and our souls! This soup is best enjoyed with a spoonful of each of its components. A chip would be a great vessel capture this one perfect bite!
Chip Combination: Tomato + Garlic + Ricotta
2. Pizza Dillas
My family loves pizza. Once,, we did not have pizza crusts. I decided to try making a tortilla pizza. They are still highly requested in my house even when we have regular pizza crusts on hand! They combines gooey mozzarella cheese, carmellized veggies, and spicy pepperoni.
Chip Combination: Onion, Mozzarella, and Pepperoni
3. Mango Panini
I love the tartness and sweetness fruit adds to savory dishes. I was inspired to make this after attending a webinar with the national mango board right around lunch time. It combines cheddar cheese, veggies, and mango.
Chip Combination: Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Green Pepper, and Mango
What creative recipes have you made? Would they translate into a chip?