My friend Susan raved about how good these chips were, so I bought some maitake mushrooms and made some…Delicious! Easy! Healthy! My mother also likes to go mushroom hunting, and for years she has been telling me about hen-of-the-woods, which it turns out is another name for maitake mushrooms, little did I know!

Black Eva plate, perfect for serving appetizers. Available at http://etsy.me/2xYYqE5

Maitake mushrooms grow in clusters, so the most important thing is to cut them apart into thin petal-like chips. Spread the chips out on a foil lined baking sheet and drizzle lightly with olive oil, then sprinkle with salt.

Preheat your oven to 200° C. If you have an upper grill, use this setting.

Bake the maitake for a few minutes until cooked and crispy, careful that they don’t burn! Serve on an elegant plate with a glass of wine.

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