Did you know you can eat Corn raw… right of the Cob? When it’s freshly picked, it’s so sweet & full of nutrients! This year, we grew so much corn that we had to get creative with it. One of our creations was making this Raw Corn Chips Recipe. Pair these dehydrated corn chips with some guacamole or salsa and you have a delicious snack!
This recipe also happens to be a great alternative for anyone following or transitioning into a raw food lifestyle! It contains organic corn, no oil and is a 100% raw (living) food recipe.
Here’s my How to Make Raw Corn Chips Video:
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This Raw Corn Chip Recipe is made from Fresh Ears of Corn & Salsa. A crunchy & unique way to eat Fresh Corn from the Cob. Feat. the Vitamix & Dehydrator.
- 5–7 Ears of Fresh Corn (ideally you’d like approx. 5 cups of kernels to work with)
- 1/2 Cup Sesame Seeds or very Fresh Flax Meal (you can make your own flax meal in the Vitamix using whole flax seeds)
- 1/2 – 3/4 Cup Fresh Salsa (choose a fresh/raw salsa that does not contain vinegar)
- 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
- Other Seasonings to Taste (just remember, that flavors concentrate in the Dehydrator, so use sparingly!)
- 1/4 Teaspoon Fresh Lemon or Lime Juice (if your salsa doesn’t have it already)
- With a sharp serrated knife, cut kernels of corn off of the cob – then place all kernels into the Vitamix.
- Add the remaining ingredients into the Vitamix
- Using your tamper, blend all ingredients on ‘High’ in the Vitamix for approx. 45 Seconds or until everything is well blended.
- Adjust liquid ratio as needed to create a ‘gloopy’ mixture – one that is easily spreadable. It’s better to have your mixture a little runny than too thick. If using Flax Meal, it will absorb moisture & thicken over time.
- Using an offset spatula spread mixture thinly on your lined Excalibur Dehydrator trays (I use the Paraflexx liners for the Excalibur, but you can also use some parchment paper instead. If you’re making tostada shells, spread the mixture slightly thicker into 5″ rounds, so that they will not break under the weight of your toppings.
- Dehydrate at 125-135 degrees for 1 hour, then reduce heat to 115 degrees.
- When mixture is dry to the touch (approx. 4-6 hours), flip mixture and liners over onto the mesh screens and carefully remove the Non-Stick Sheets.
- Dehydrate for an additional hour, then cut into triangle ‘chip’ shapes and return to Dehydrator. (skip this step if you are making tostada shells)
- Continue dehydrating until chips/shells are completely done (approx 4-6 more hours) – which means that they will snap or break if you test them.
- When done, remove the chips/shells from the Dehydrator and store in airtight containers in the fridge until use.
- Your dehydrating time may vary depending on humidity, temperature, mixture, etc…
- Serving Size: 1 Chip
- Calories: 10