Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Kale Chips-Crisps


I finally got around to make some Kale Chips. I had bookmarked the recipe from The Food Librarian a couple of months back. It drew my interest as kale chips are super healthy, chocked full of antioxidants, and they taste great too. This is an easy recipe, after washing and drying the kale, simply toss them with some lemon juice, olive oil, and then season lightly with sea salt. Pop the kale in the oven for 15 minutes and there you go, a bowl of lemony kale chips! Enjoy.


Kale Chips-Crisps
(Printable Recipe)

Ingredients

1 Bunch (About 280 g) Organic Kale, strip out the center core or stalk, tear kale into small pieces, washed and dried
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
1 Tbsp Lemon Juice
Sea Salt

Method

Preheat the oven to 350˚F.

Whisk together the olive oil, lemon juice, and season lightly with sea salt.

Toss in the dry kale and coat them evenly. Arrange the kale in a single layer of the baking tray.

Roast the kale for about 12 to 15 minutes, or until they are crispy. (You may need to turn the kale once or twice for even baking.)


8 comments :

  1. Angie, try blending this into powder and tossed into your buttered popcorn. Amazingly healthy seasoning!!!!

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  2. @Quinn: Thanks for the tip! :D

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  3. i've seen so many people making this but have yet to try it out. I only used kale to masak lemak and they tasted just like 'paku'

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  4. @ICook4Fun: Gert, "Paku" masak lemak is one of my favorite dish. I must try to make them with kale and thanks for the great idea.

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  5. Oh yes please! These look fabulous!

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  6. hello! if you cook them at 130ºC you might find that the edges won't have a habit of going brown :) you can even do it at 70ºC for a few hours to keep them REALLY green!

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  7. I love love love kale. I usually do it with sesame oil and some garlic and ginger, for an extra Asian kick. :)

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  8. I have been literally obsessed with kale chips this spring, since I find kale almost too bitter to eat prepared any other way. It's amazing how such a simple preparation can lead to such an interesting - and addictive - flavor.

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