It’s that time of week again. After you overate food over the weekend, you’re ready to begin your mid-week health kick. Why not start it off with a bowl kale? In fact, we have a delicious recipe to make the best of this super food: Kale chips.
Making Kale chips is easy and versatile, taking only an hour. Using this foolproof method, you’ll have fun using toppings and seasonings of your choice.
1 large bundle of green or purple kale. It doesn’t matter, really, as long as its kale.
One to two teaspoons of baby oil.
Seasonings of your choice (i.e. sea salt, chili powder, etc.).
1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
2. Rinse and dry your kale. Afterwards, cut it into chip-sized pieces.
3. Take the chip-sized kale and add it to a mixing boil. Drizzle it with baby oil and sprinkle seasonings. Toss the kale thoroughly to make sure the oil and toppings are evenly distributed.
4. Take the kale and spread it over two large baking sheets. Leave about a finger’s-width of room in between each piece of kale.
5. Bake for 30 minutes, then reposition the kale in pan, tossing the kale pieces lightly. Continue to bake for another 30 minutes or until kale is burned to a crisp.
6. Remove from oven and let the kale cool slightly. Be sure to turn on a fan to assist in dispersing the kale’s burned aroma
7. The kale is now ready to be discarded into the nearest trash can or disposable area.
It’s not nasty if you can’t eat it.