(around the table) – kale crisps

With all the sunshine and intervening rain of these long summer months perhaps  rampant stands of vegetation  have grown thick in your garden…
 

an abundance of hearty growing kale is magically turned into a healthy snack …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tear leaves into manageable mouth-sized pieces while the thick stalks can be saved for another meal. Wash and dry the kale and drizzle with a tablespoon or two of olive oil . Sprinkle with sea salt  and toss until evenly dressed .

Place on an baking sheet.  Bake In a  preheated oven of 200 F for 30 to 40 minutes and gently turn leaves over if needed once  …

They are ready to eat ….I lost track of time (now was I busy in the workshop?) … so the batch above were crisp, crisp kale, but definitely tasty….. well so that is all.hope you enjoy making and eating them  ….let me know! 🙂

Happy Weekend!!

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10 thoughts on “(around the table) – kale crisps

  1. I have been meaning to try this with all the young kale that has popped up everywhere in the garden – I even told a friend about this recipe and she has made it and I still haven't tried it!! Shame on me! But I will, I will.. ;o)

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  2. Yum! We also do this with nori sheets, dressing them in brown rice syrup first. Sometimes, if I have a LOT of kale, I'll make some into kale chips and dehydrate another big bunch of kale, then crumble it into an airtight jar, the better for sneaking into everything that I cook. Yay, iron!

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  3. I must try this…I have been trying different kale recipes but the kids will only eat it in a salad. It is so good for you. Thanks for sharing.With All That I AmThe Handmade Homemaker

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