Kale Chips

Okay, so this picture came out terrible, but fortunately, the food did not. I had a bit of kale leftover, and I didn’t really have a dish I wanted to use it in. A couple of weeks ago I saw Michael Pollen on Martha Stewart, and he made these. I have to say, they’re quite tasty!

Kale Chips

1. Preheat oven to 350F.
2. Tear bite size pieces of kale from the stalk.
3. Wash and dry THROUGHLY.
4. Spray a cookie sheet with canola oil.
5. Add pieces of kale to the cookie sheet and spray kale with canola (or olive oil).
6. Sprinkle with sea salt.
7. Bake for 8 minutes. Remove quickly, or they will burn!
8. Eat.

For spraying with oil here, it’s important to be using actual oil, not something like Pam spray. I use canola oil in a Misto sprayer. These days they’re relatively inexpensive, and the work really well.

Back to studying!

Edit: I used to have a picture here, but it was terribly out of focus and made the food not look very good. I swear, the recipe is great. I’ll give you a link to the picture I took and posted on flickr, but it doesn’t at all do the recipe justice.


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