Start by melting your cheese. Using a microwave is certainly the easiest way to do this. Just make sure that you do not over cook your cheese. Also, prepare a flat surface with additional parchment paper to work on later on.
Combine together the almond flour and seasonings. Allow the melted cheese to cool a bit (a couple of minutes- not so that it hardens) and then stir it into the flour mix, Next, stir in the egg.
We are going to make a 'dough' out of our mix in this step. When a dough begins to form as you are mixing it, you can transfer the dough to the parchment paper prepared flat surface from the second step above. Divide the dough into 2-3 balls (depending on the size that you want your chips to be- 2 balls for larger chips). Work each individual ball into a flat circle, cut the circles into wedges, place each wedge onto the prepped baking sheets. Finally, cut each individual tortilla into triangles or wedges (which will be a chip).
Bake these chips for four minutes, flip them over and bake for another four minutes. Allow them to cool- on a rack- before serving.
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Use a pizza cutter, or similar item, to cut each individual tortilla into triangles or wedges. Tip- to flatten the dough balls into circles try placing an additional piece of parchment paper over it before rolling it out. The paper will be between the rolling pin and the dough to help prevent sticking and keep the dough intact.
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