I finally made home made Kale Chips! I'm not a huge fan of kale in general, but I devoured this super food when it was in chip form I think it was the secret ingredient that I found, they ended up with just the perfect amount of saltiness. The recipe I used is a compilation of a bunch of different ones I found online.
Who else likes Kale Chips? What are some other fun ways you eat your vegetables?
Kale Chips (with a secret ingredient):
What you need:
-A bunch of kale, center stems removed, washed and dried thoroughly
-About 1 tbsp. olive oil
-A few dashes of soy sauce (to taste)
What to do:
-Preheat your oven to 350F.
-Tear the kale into large pieces and place them in a bowl. (NOTE: It is very important that your Kale is dry. Otherwise, the chips will turn out soggy.)
- Add the oil and soy sauce and toss it all together with your hands. You want each piece to be glistening, but not so much that any of the oil or seasoning pools at the bottom of the bowl.
-On 1 or 2 baking sheets (with or without parchment paper), lay the pieces out flat.
-Bake for 8 to 10 minutes, until just the very edge starts to brown. (From what I can tell, "doneness" is a personal preference so you might need to experiment a bit to get the timing just right for you)
Love to shop online and save money?
Click here to check out my favorite shopping club!
It's better than Amazon!
I shop here for everything from tooth paste to laundry detergent to protein powder to essential oils....to all. the. coffee!