KRISPY KALE CHIPS!
For a recent movie night-in with my friend Heather, she actually requested that we have kale chips for dinner since she had never tried them before. This is a super cheap and easy recipe and a pleasure to share.
What you need:
*A bunch of kale (or two….these are addictive and trust me if you are feeding a group you’ll want to do up two or three bunches)
*Olive oil (approx 1-2 tbsp per bunch)
*Sea Salt (approx 1 tbsp per bunch)
What to do:
Preheat the oven to 350°
Rip the green leaves into bite size pieces and remove them from their tough spine (I cut them like so using a clean pair of scissors) Rinse the kale leaves, give em’ a spin in a salad spinner, then pat try with a clean dish towel. Those leaves should be bone dry!
Put the kale leaves in a large bowl. Drizzle the oil and then mix ensuring the kale is all lightly coated. Use a spoon. Use your hands. Use a bit more oil. Use your judgment.
Douse with sea salt and mix again.
Arrange the kale chips onto the sheet try and slide it into the oven. Bake until the leaves are crisp to the touch but still a dark green. (When they turn brown, they turn bitter.)
Check at the 12-minute mark, and then check often- you want a nice level of crispiness but don’t worry: slightly soggy pieces still taste good too.