This is a recipe I never that I’d be sharing – Kale Chips. Nothing intrigues me about kale. Absolutely nothing.
Kale is something that I never cared to eat. The texture, flavor and all around appearance of it is just so unappealing. Don’t ask me why I have no concrete reasoning for it.
BUT, I’ve been getting Farm Fresh To You Shipments, and on occasion I’ll get kale sent to me. Rather than tossing straight into compost and feeling guilty I thought I’d try out kale chips.
And I have to be honest – I’m a huge fan! I added a little salt, cumin and red pepper flakes, to add a little heat. Kale chips have a pumpkin seed flavor that I absolutely love.
I found myself constantly grabbing kale chips one after another. So to say I’m a fan is a little shocking, but a pleasant surprise!
Making kale chips is super easy. The trick is low heat in the oven, keeping your kale evenly coated with oil to remove as much moisture as possible. Be sure pat your kale dry with a paper towel as well to remove any moisture before adding oil.
Also, If you’re interested in Farm Fresh To You, they deliver local produce straight to your door. (Full disclosure – this is notsponsored or affilliated – I pay for this out of my pocket) If you’re like to check them out use code DERE3917 to get $15 off your first delivery. I’ll get a credit as well so it will help me out as well with no additional cost to you!
If you’re looking something to pair kale chips, try my Thai Turkey Wrap recipe!
- 1 bunch kale
- 3 tbsp olive oil
- 3/4 tsp kosher salt
- 1 tsp ground cumin
- 1 tsp red pepper flakes
- Preheat oven to 275 F. Cut main rib away from kale, then cut kale into 1 inch pieces.
- Place kale in a bowl with olive oil and evenly coat, massaging oil into kale leaves.
- Place kale onto a baking sheet, then season with salt, cumin, and red pepper flakes
- Bake for about 20 minutes until leaves are crisp. Enjoy!