I made some delicious kale chips the other day from organic kale I bought at the Claremont Farmers' Market. I only had a couple leaves left so I ended up with only a small batch of kale chips.... they were gobbled up instantly. It is very simple to make and way more economical than buying the overpriced pre-packaged kale chips at a health foods store. I like to sprinkle mine with nutritional yeast or some mixed herbs I have around the house.
Here's the recipe:
- Set oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Wash a hand full of kale thoroughly and pat dry. Remove leaves from center stems and chop into 1 inch pieces (or however big you want your chips to be!)
- Transfer chopped leaves to a mixing bowl. Add 1 tablespoon organic olive oil and a pinch of Himalayan pink salt or sea salt. Massage the kale with hands to incorporate the olive oil and salt.
- Transfer to baking pan and bake in oven for ~15 minutes.
- Eat & enjoy!