The love for this food thing called chips is ingrained in the roots of all. Because these crispy things are so addictive like that. If you ever happen to randomly put a single chips in your mouth, then obviously you’ll never stop just there. It’s super evident that one after the other chips would get cleared off. We are prone to fall in love with any and all things that are close to resembling chips. Which is why my little son was after me to prepare the chips at home since a month. He is the source for this recipe of tapioca chips (maragensasina chips) which happened at my kitchen couple of days ago.
My little kindergartner who accompanies me in all my trips to vegetable market is really keen in what I buy for the week. He ensures that his favorite vegetables have been included in the cart. And last week when I was picking these tapioca, a hard root vegetable from the heap, he questioned me instantly. “What are you making out of these?” mom. The question was quite obvious because I don’t buy them usually.
I answered hesitantly saying “I will make tapioca chips this week”.
His eyes widened up with happiness and since then every day he was like “Have you made chips? when are going to make?” It took me few days to actually make them with decent pictures because weather wasn’t in favor of photography. So ultimately when the magic of chips created in the kitchen it was he who was in food-heaven.
The spices seasoned tapioca chips were all crispy, flaky and so very delicious. The plateful of chips along with a cup of tea was so good that I wondered whether the tea tasted better or chips!! Both cleared off in just few seconds.