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Roasted Kale Chips Recipe
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benefits of kale
are numerous and well documented but people often struggle with finding enjoyable ways to eat it - enter roasted kale chips. A simple, delicious and nutritious snack.
1 bunch kale - stems discarded and leaves torn into bite-size pieces
1 tablespoon olive oil
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
Use your hands to toss the kale in a bowl with the olive oil and salt
Spread on baking trays lined with baking paper - don't crowd them on the tray
Bake for 10-15 minutes until light brown and crispy
Wash the kale thoroughly, particularly if it isn't organic as it's one of the
(most heavily sprayed with pesticides).
Ensure kale is completely and utterly dry before you toss in the oil, or they won't crisp up properly.
While you're tossing you can very gently massage the oil into the leaves - you want them glistening but not drowning in oil.
Once you've tried the basic recipe you might want to experiment with different seasonings - suggestions include soy sauce, chilli, or paprika.
Another way to enjoy kale is in a
Green Super Smoothie
Green Smoothie for Beginners
Enjoy! And if you discover any great flavour combinations please share it with our readers in the Comments Box.
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