Homemade Kale Chips
One of my favorite snacks are flavored dehydrated kale chips. I buy some at Trader Joes that I love but today I made it my mission to try and recreate them at home. Here's your ticket to healthy-style chips that taste seriously good.
The recipe I used is below but I made a few alterations that I think made them even tastier. I used Wei Kitchen Scallion Oil to add an extra layer of flavor that really complimented the kale and also added a nice punch of flavor. If you are looking for a cheesy kale chip you will want to add a combination of nutritional yeast, soaked cashews and soy sauce to create a Doritos like flavor. One recipe worth trying is from The Kitchn.
1 bunch of kale chips, washed and dried (about 2 cups)
1 teaspoon of olive oil
1 teaspoons of garlic salt
1/2 teaspoon of black pepper
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
Washing The Kale and Removing From The Stems
Wash the Kale and you can dry in a salad spinner if you have one, or with a paper towel.
Strip from the stem and break the kale into pieces.
Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray and spread the kale out over it.
Either spray the kale with cooking spray or toss with oil (I find spraying the chips easier).
Sprinkle all of the kale with salt, which is the base.
Bake the chips for 10 minutes. Enjoy immediately.