I’d seen the recipe for kale chips going around, and pretty much every one has described them as “addictive.” After trying it for myself…that is exactly how I’d put it! Positively delicious and so super rich in nutrients, this is possibly the perfect snack!
Too easy not to try! Read more to get the recipe!
Kale Chips Recipe
- 1-2 tsp Olive Oil
- Sea salt or rock salt
Preheat your oven to 135 degrees Celsius. Cut the spine off the kale and divide the leaf up into bite size chunks. Coat the entire leaf with olive oil, making sure that every bit is covered. Bake for about 20 minutes or until the leaves are crispy, giving it a flip-over mid way through. Take it out, sprinkle some salt and sit back and enjoy!
p.s. Parents, give this a go with your kids! It’s crunchy like a potato chip, my four year old went bananas for them and actually begged for more! Happy days!
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Looking to buy kale in Singapore? I’ve found it in Cold Storage, imported by Zenxin Farm from Australia. They can also deliver organic produce straight to your home!
7 responses to “Kale Chips”
It looks really good. May try out next week or so if I do go to Cold storage to purchase it.
Hi Dominique! Let me know how it works for you – and if you don’t happen to find them in the supermarket, remember that you can order from Zenxin farm to be delivered to your home!
Thanks for sharing this recipe today! I agree it’s really addictive!
Hi Ruth! That’s the thing, they lasted all of 5 minutes in my house! But if we’re going to have an addiction, at least it’s for something good! 🙂
Hi M! Do you think it’s alright to use kailan since they are from the same family? Couldn’t find curly kale in cold storage. Thanks! =)
Hi Janie! I haven’t tried it, and I had a look around, but saw no mention of anyone baking kailan…but experimenting in the kitchen is a great thing! If you give it a go, just use the leafy part and remove the spine and I guess see what happens!
do check out Zenxin, they sell kale and can deliver their produce to your home!
Ooh, those look yummy. Btw, dropped you an email. Not sure whether there’s s/thing wrong with the emails, but hope to hear from you soon!