Thursday, 26 November 2015

Kale Chips

Kale chips are so easy to make and so expensive to buy. The recipes are endless. Any flavours go if you just have kale a little oil & the right temperature to cook them at. These are the ingredients I used.


6 large leaves of curly kale
2-3 tbsp olive oil
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp garlic powder
1/4 cup nutritional yeast
**use organic when possible 


Heat oven to 300F
Wash kale leaves and pat dry.
Tear large pieces off of each stem. Keep the small pieces too. Place into a bowl.
Add the oil and massage it with your hands into each kale piece then add the rest of the ingredients and mix till each piece is coated as evenly as possible.
Add the pieces onto two lightly greased baking sheets, making sure not to over lap.
If you have a convection oven then bake both sheets for 15 minutes turning half way.
If you don't have a convection oven then bake each sheet seperately on the middle rack for 15 minutes making sure still to turn at 1/2 way. 

I love making make chips. I've used other ingredients such as tahini, lemon juice, hemp seeds & the simplest as just oil and sea salt. As I mentioned before any ingredient goes. If you are a kale chip fan then I encourage you to try making your own and maybe even creating something no one has even done before. 
What's even more awesome about kale chips, is adding them to other meals. Meals like a sandwiches, burgers, crumbling them onto salads, pastas and pizzas. Yum!
However you choose to make them, may you be Nutritionally Well.

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