Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Kale Chips

Have you tried Kale chips yet?  I keep reading about them and how delicious they are, so I finally decided to give it a try.  Turns out they are tasty!  They have a great light and crispy quality and it's so fun how they disintegrate on your tongue, they really do resemble a light potato chip.  The kids loved them, of course they also love roasted seaweed, but really these are sure to be a hit. This is a fun one, give it a try.  Enjoy!

Fresh kale leaves roughly chopped into bite size pieces, thick stems removed
olive oil

1. Spread kale leaves in single layer on a baking sheet.   Drizzle very lightly with olive oil and gently massage the oil into the leaves until they are lightly coated.
2. Bake @ 350'F for 9-11 minutes until crisp to the touch.  Watch them and do not overcook or they will be bitter.  If they are under cooked they'll be a bit chewy, we're going for light and crispy.  Pull them out while they are still dark green, not brown.  We didn't put anything else on them and they were delicious but you could try a light dusting of salt or garlic powder.  Enjoy!


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