posted by Stephanie on July 13,2009 6 Comments tags kale, recipe Edit
So simple yet so addictive!
Wash & remove thick stems from a bunch of kale. Drizzle with 1 tbsp of olive oil & sprinkle lightly w/Kosher salt. Bake @ 350 degrees for 10 min until crispy.
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I just had kale chips at a dinner party the other night–surprisingly, I’d never heard of them before, but they were delicious and the hit of dinner! Thanks for the recipe.
You’re welcome! It’s a great use for all the kale that grows in colder climates.
I’d try those at a dinner party – they sound interesting! I’m surprised the oven wouldn’t just make them wilty.
The oven makes them crispy not soggy – and the best kale to use is a thick, dense kind otherwie the chips will be kind of papery and break easily. The kale I have pictured above, wasn’t the best kind to use as a few pieces were too thin and broke apart – but the ‘meatier’ kale works realy well!
Be sure to add parchment paper! Otherwise the kale will stick to the pan.
Great suggestion! Love parchment.
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