During this past year I have learned to know better this vegetable named kale. I have been incorporating it to my meals in general. If you learn how to cook it properly, it can be a very good ally, since it is rich in fiber, as well as being a good source of calcium, vitamin A, C and K.
The kale can be prepared raw or cooked, steamed is a good choice as well. And this time I bring you this recipe of how to make kale chips, as it is a very tasty and healthy snack that I prepare almost every week, and for some reason I hadn’t brought the recipe to this blog.
Don’t forget about the important detail of drying the leaves very well in order to make them crisp and crunchy. I also tell you that sometimes I add Parmesan cheese (about a tablespoon) and I mix everything well. They get even tastier, but it’s totally optional.
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- 1 bunch of kale
- 1 teaspoon of olive oil or oil-spray
- Sea salt or pink salt
- Preheat the oven to 350°F (180°C).
- Wash the kale under a stream of water, and clean thoroughly.
- Dry each kale leaf very well with the aid of an absorbent paper.
- Remove the thickest part of the stem, place the leaves in a bowl, and mix with the oil and salt.
- Then move the leaves to a baking tray, in order to bake them in the oven for about 7 minutes.
- Remove from the oven and let them cool before consuming.