How To Make Tortilla Chips in the Air FryerRecipe posted in: Flex Meals & Snacks, Snacks, Appetizers, Sides, Snacks
These Air Fryer Tortilla Chips bring the flavor fiesta all day, every day!
If you have ever been to a Mexican restaurant, than you know just how much better tortilla chips are hot and fresh. Well, your air fryer can make this a reality anytime the urge strikes.
Trying to lose weight? The good news here is that this air fryer recipe for tortilla chips is also specially fashioned to make that possible. Sticking to the basics, corn tortillas are paired with a very light coating of olive oil and the seasonings you crave most. While salt will do, maybe you want to add some chili powder or a sprinkling of lime. Bet they don’t even do that at your local joint! Cinnamon and stevia are a sweeter, slightly unusual take. It all gets better and better.
These delicious Air Fryer Tortilla Chips go great with homemade salsa and are the perfect pairing with any game day spread. They also make a great addition to any healthy Cinco de Mayo recipe. After you give this snack idea a taste, don’t forget to try another Air Fryer Chips Recipes! >
Carbs get a bad rap from the everyday tortilla chip, but Air Fryer Tortilla Chips are where it’s at. One SmartCarb and one Extra are one effortless, delicious pairing for one perfect serving. Stay on track with your meal plan by logging each serving of Tortilla Chips right here in the NuMi App >
*Please note that all air fryers cook differently. Before trying any recipe, always refer to the manufacturer safety instructions provided with your specific air fryer.
Calories per Serving: 155
On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 SmartCarb and 1 Extra
- 2-6” corn tortillas
- 1 tsp. olive oil
- Seasoning of choice
- Preheat Air Fryer at 350° F.
- Slice tortillas into quarters.
- Brush pieces lightly with olive oil and sprinkle with seasoning.
- Transfer pieces into air fryer basket and fry for 8 minutes or until crisp.
- *Please note that all air fryers cook differently. Before trying any recipe, always refer to the manufacturer safety instructions provided with your specific air fryer.