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#1 JKA2


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Posted 03 May 2013 - 05:02 AM

In line with my continued effort to introduce a new fruit or vegetable each week, this week's addition was kale.  I tried another of Kelly's/NoThanksToCake recipes, with a little modification--her Garlicky Kale Chips.  Thanks, Kelly!


I didn't have nutritional yeast.  I used Chipotle-infused olive oil, minced garlic, chili pepper, garlic powder, pepper, and a very small amount of salt.  Don't pack the kale too closely together because it stays soggy--just do another tray.  I made 2 trays but would have done 3 for the bunch if I had known that ahead of time.  

My husband & I ate the entire bunch of kale within 1 evening.  Even he ate more than he thought he would.  As Kelly says, YUM-O!
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Posted 03 May 2013 - 12:11 PM

I've made these before and they were pretty good.  I agree with you that you need to make sure they are spaced apart and not overlapping or they don't get crisp.  It's been a while though so thanks for the reminder, I think I will pick up some kale on my next shopping trip.
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#3 BlueEyedAngel


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Posted 03 May 2013 - 04:37 PM

Cant wait to try kale chips!  I roasted bok choy and the leaves crisped up like chips as well! It was delicious!:)


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