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Sunday 26 October 2014

Halloween recipe: Ghoulish chips

Ghoulish chips

Want to keep the children entertained this Halloween? Annabel Karmel has some eye-popping ideas and devilishly delicious bites.

What you'll need

2 wheat tortilla wraps (1 wrap makes about 12 small shapes)

Olive oil for brushing

Salt and pepper

Additional flavours to sprinkle on the wrap: crushed|garlic/mixed dried herbs/dried chilli flakes

MAKES 20 SMALL CHIPS

Put the wrap on a board, brush with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper (and any other flavours you might choose). Use cookie cutters to cut out shapes of bats and ghosts. Place on an oven tray and bake at 170°C/gas 3/325°F for 12 minutes, watching them closely as they go brown very quickly.

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