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Crispy Crunchy Kale Chips

 

Yes. In case you were wondering, I did use the word 'woodier' in my video. So I make up words on the fly. Who doesn't?

Denise Huxtable isn't the only one who loves kale. I do too!  Kale chips are usually the first thing I plunk down on the table for the guests.

I had better not need to get into the health benefits of green vegetables at this point. Seriously. I better not. Buuuuuut, what you might be interested in is my little video from Everdale farm on how kale grows- from seed to harvest to market to my kitchen.

Ready. Set. Simple recipe and pretty kale chip pictures.img_58901

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Kale Chips
1 bunch of kale
2 Tbs olive oil
1/2 lemon, juiced
1 tsp salt

  • Preheat oven to 200
  • Wash kale thoroughly and let dry
  • Tear kale away from stem. Each kale leaf should be torn into about 6 or eight pieces
  • Place kale, salt, olive oil and lemon into a bowl and mix together with your hands, gently massaging the kale with the oil, lemon and salt
  • Lay kale out on a cookie sheet or pizza pan
  • Place in over and set timer for 30 minutes
  • At 30 minutes, remove from oven and gently unstuck kale from pan if it has stuck and replace for another 10-15 minutes until kale is dry and crispy
  • Allow to cool. Can store in fridge for up to a week

This post is dedicated to Mr. Stephen Fine. He knows why.

67 Responses to “Crispy Crunchy Kale Chips”

  1. [...] Kale Chips and Raw Chocolate Clusters. [...]
  2. [...] Raw kale  (though of course you could also bake up a batch of kale chips) [...]
  3. [...] know that I have an affinity for Kale chips. Kale chips, however crunchily delicious they are, are not the best chip for dipping or spreading [...]
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  5. [...] •Kale Chips (of course) – high in vitamins and minerals, low in calories [...]

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