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Why You’ll Love Plantain Chips, Lightly Salted
If you’re craving something savory and crunchy, tear open a bag of Thrive Market Non-GMO Plantain Chips. They’re crispy and golden with just a hint of sea salt, making them a perfect snack that can take the place of a potato chip, especially if you’re looking for a different option.
Plantains are popular all across South America, West Africa, and the Caribbean, serving as a staple in many diets due to their versatility and nutrients that are found inside. Thrive Market strives to offer the best food and home products, and these non-GMO plantain chips are no exception. With just three simple ingredients (plantains, non-hydrogenated vegetable oil, and sea salt) you can be assured this product is gluten-free, vegan, and Paleo-friendly. But that’s not all, there’s also no preservatives and no artificial flavors inside—just plantain goodness.
More about the humble plantain
The origins of the plantain trace back to Southeast Asia (Malaysia and Indonesia, specifically), recorded as far back as nearly 500 B.C. when Alexander the Great traveled to India and “discovered” plantains, and began planting them in coastal Africa, where much of today’s crops are now produced.
Plantains (and their banana relatives) are grown on farms in the lush paradise of the tropics, providing nourishment to millions of people, from Africa to the Americas and beyond. While they may look like bananas, they are different in taste and size. For one, the plantain can be used at any stage of ripeness—even when they’re green—something you can’t do with bananas. Plus their starchy, neutral flavor lends itself to a multitude of savory dishes.
How Thrive Market Non-GMO Plantain Chips are made
The plantains used to make our chips are non-GMO and come from a farm in Ecuador. Each is harvested, blanched, peeled, sliced into rounds, then crisped to perfection before being sprinkled with just a touch of sea salt.
What makes plantain chips great
Plantain chips are a trans-fat free choice for complex carbohydrates, and are also an easily portable and nutritious snack with additional benefits like:
How to enjoy Thrive Market Non-GMO Plantain Chips
While plantain chips are absolutely delicious on their own, their hearty nature and understated flavor also make them a great base for appetizers or an accompaniment to flavorful dip like:
Savory plantain chips paired with creamy, rich almond hummus make a healthy, satiating snack or appetizer.
Pair your plantain chips with this lighter version of hummus made with a mix of cauliflower and tahini.
A lively dip like this one (made with roasted red pepper and walnuts) will go well with the subtle flavor of plantain chips.
You can also use plantain chips the same way you would use potato chips—as an accompaniment to a sandwich or to coat chicken nuggets before baking. Get creative!
More about Thrive Market products
At Thrive Market, our mission is to bring you the highest quality organic goods at truly affordable prices. That's why we've gone directly to the source to develop our own line of premium products made from the very best natural ingredients at a fraction of the usual price.
Finally, you don't need to choose between cost and quality, taste and health, value and your values. If it has the Thrive Market seal, you can trust that you're getting the highest quality product possible at the best price possible. Shop our premium, organic, and fair-trade certified virgin coconut oil, spices, nuts and dried fruit, tomato sauces, ghee, and sprouted grains today!
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