Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Kale chips

Tried a new thing. Kale chips. And they were yummy!
I was skeptical, as how could  dried leaves taste like anything. But I was wrong!
Start with a bunch of Kale.
Cut out the center vein.
Cut into roughly 2 in pieces.
Discard the veins.
Rinse well to remove any grit, and lightly dry on paper towels.
Lightly toss with a tablespoon of olive oil and a sprinkling of salt.
Bake at 290 for about 15-30 minutes, watching closely until they become dry and crisp.
Don't over cook, or you'll end up with burnt chips. Use a spatula to loosen them from the pan and slide them into a bowl.
And I must say, they are as addicting as potato chips, only way better for you.  :-)


  1. Some of the strangest things are amazingly good.
    Thanks for this recipe!

  2. Finally got around to trying this and they are really good!

  3. Hoping to get some Kale at the local farmer's market and try this recipe tomorrow! Thanks again!