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Heart-Shaped Tortilla Chips

Crispy tortilla chips with a festive twist.

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips

There’s no chocolate or sweets in this Valentine’s Day treat…

…just crispy crunchy tortilla chip goodness.

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chip with Salsa

These fun and festive chips are almost too cute to eat.

But you’ll for sure want to eat them because in addition to their cuteness, they taste good too.

They’re lightly seasoned with salt and chili powder.  yum.

Enjoy these chips as is, or serve them with salsa, pico de gallo or guacamole…or even all three.

Here are more dip recipes you may like “Ranch Dip Guacamole“, “Roasted Garlic Tomato Salsa” and “Salsa Verde (Green Salsa)“.

So let’s check out the ingredients.

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips ingredients

Corn tortillas, canola oil, chili powder and salt; also heart-shaped cookie cutters are needed for the cut-outs

printable recipe with the measurements and instructions is located at the bottom of this post.

Here’s how to make it.

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas on plate

Using various sizes of heart-shaped cookie cutters, cut out as many hearts as possible within the edges of each corn tortilla.

When cutting out the hearts, keep the edges of the “main” tortilla intact so that it can also be fried and made into a big tortilla chip.

Cut Heart Shaped Tortilla on plate

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas

The cut-outs can be large hearts…

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas

…medium-sized hearts…

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas

…ridged hearts…

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas

…little hearts…

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas

…or itty-bitty hearts.

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas

Or even a combination of all sizes.

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas

Cut Heart Shaped Tortillas

These thin rimmed hearts are really fun to eat too.

Pour canola oil in skillet

After the tortillas are cut into heart shapes, heat a small to medium-size skillet on low to medium heat and add canola oil.

Canola oil in skillet on stove top

Put a small scrap of tortilla in the pan, when it starts to sizzle, the oil should be ready.

Fry heart shaped tortilla chips in skillet

Using tongs, carefully add a few of the tortilla hearts to the pan (more than 3 tortilla hearts in the pan may be fine depending on the size of skillet used, just try not to overcrowd the pan).

Fry heart shaped tortilla chips in pan

When the bottom sides of the tortillas turn a golden color, using tongs, carefully turn them over.

Fry heart shaped tortilla chips in pan

Once both sides of the tortillas are a golden color, remove them from the pan on to a paper towel-lined large plate.

Fry heart shaped tortilla chips in pan

If the oil starts to get too hot, turn the heat down.

Fry heart shaped tortilla chips in pan

Continue cooking the tortillas in batches.

Fry heart shaped tortilla chips in pan

I like to use a skillet that’s on the smaller side so that less oil is needed…

Fry heart shaped tortilla chip in pan

…it just means that I need to make more batches of the chips but I don’t mind.

Fry heart shaped tortilla in pan

Right after the chips are transferred from the skillet to a paper-lined plate…

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips on plate

…lightly sprinkle them with salt and chili powder.

This way the salt and chili powder will stick to the tortilla chips.

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips in buckets

As an option these yummies can be served in a small decorative pail so they look like a “bouquet”.

Just stuff the pail with loosely rolled parchment paper…

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips in buckets

…prop the larger sized heart-shaped tortilla chips in the crevices of the parchment paper.

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips in bucket

Then fill in the “base of the bouquet” by propping the smaller sized tortilla chips in the remaining crevices of the parchment paper.

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips in bucket

There you go, a bouquet of Valentine Heart tortilla chips.

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips on plate

Then it’s time to eat.

Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips on plate

Enjoy the chips as is, or with salsa, pico de gallo and guacamole.

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Thank you so much for stopping by CCC!

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Valentine Heart Shaped Tortilla Chips

Heart-Shaped Tortilla Chips

Crispy tortilla chips with a festive twist.
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Course: Appetizer, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine: Mexican
Keyword: Tortilla Chips
Servings: 2 (Serves apprx. 2)

Ingredients

  • corn tortillas each cut into heart shapes (various sizes)
  • ½ cup canola oil amount may vary depending on the size of the skillet
  • 1 teaspoon chili powder
  • 8 pinches salt or salt to taste

Instructions

  • Heat a small to medium-size skillet on low to medium heat and add canola oil. 
  • Add a small scrap of tortilla in the oil. When the scrap starts to sizzle, the oil should be ready. Add a few of the tortilla chips at a time so not to overcrowd the pan. Carefully watch the oil; if it gets too hot, lower the heat.
  • Once the bottom sides of the tortillas turn a golden color, using tongs, carefully turn them over.
  • Once both sides of chips are a golden color, remove them from the pan on to a paper towel-lined large plate. 
  • Lightly sprinkle the chips with salt and chili powder. Continue the process in batches for the remaining chips. 
  • Serve by themselves, or with salsa or guacamole.
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