I jumped on the kale bandwagon and made kale chips as one of the sides to our dinner on Saturday night. Somewhat to my surprise, I REALLY liked them- and so did everyone at my table. I’ll definitely be making them again because they are so quick and simple and full of vitamins K, A, and C as well as magnesium and fiber.
I bought one bunch of kale ($1.39 at my store) which made about 2 servings.
I rinsed and dried the kale, then cut the stems off and tore the leafy part into 2-3 inch pieces. Simply toss the kale with a tiny bit of extra virgin olive oil (next time I’ll spray the olive oil) and salt and spread in an even layer on a baking sheet.
I cooked it at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes, tossing a couple times. For even drier, crispier chips, cook at 300 for about 30 minutes.
The kale cooks way down and ended up like this.
It is delicious! I’m hooked and wish I would’ve tried it sooner. We were literally fighting over the kale chips. They taste kinda like roasted brussel sprouts, but the thin crunchy kale is even better.
Have you tried kale chips? If not, have I convinced you to?