Kale chips - maybe you've seen various food blogs ranting and raving about how wonderful and nutritious and delicious kale chips are. Maybe you believed them. Me? I was skeptical. Who really eats an entire bunch of kale - in one sitting AND enjoys it? I mean, really, it's kale. The same not so awesome tasting kale you might buy in winter since there's no other options. (Although we had ~80F weather on Friday, it's cooled down again, and it's even supposed to go below freezing tomorrow. What's up with that?!?!)
I have to admit - I'm joining the bandwagon. You really can make the not so awesome kale extra awesome. And yes, you really can eat an entire bunch of kale in one sitting AND still want more! James and I polished off 2 bunches of kale and wanted more still! You've just got to try these easy kale chips. They're lighter and tastier than potato chips, and certainly much more nutritious! (Not that you'll care - you'll just want more.)
Yield: 1 (large) serving
|1 bunch||kale, washed and dried|
- Gather all materials.
- Tear kale into chip sized pieces.
- Lay the kale in a single layer on a baking tray.
- Spray with oil and sprinkle with salt.
- Bake at 375F until crispy.