I didn't use a recipe - there were too many to choose from!
So, I thought they were okay. I didn't love them, but I kept eating them!! Like potato chips you can't eat just one... Well, my husband could... His exact words:
"It just tastes like crunchy grass."
"They might be better if they had other flavors on them, but I wouldn't waste any ingredients to try it."
"Those would taste good if I were a rabbit, but my taste buds are more complex than that."
I didn't think they were that bad - and if you need a salty snack then it's a healthy choice.
I was a little too generous with my olive oil (it just kind of poured out too fast), and then I had too much on one pan I think. I noticed the pieces that didn't overlap cooked faster. I also wonder what the taste difference, if any, is with the other curly leaf kale? I can see how sprinkling Parmesan cheese over top would be yummy too!
Speaking of yummy... After we tried the Kale Chips we decided we wanted to make something a little more delicious, so we made these pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!!!! I may or may not have eaten ten...
If my husband's glowing recommendation for Kale Chips hasn't scared you off, here's how I made them...
Kale Chips Recipe
(sprinkle Parmesan cheese on top?)
Tear pieces of kale. Wash and Dry using a salad spinner. Put kale pieces in a bowl and drizzle with olive oil and sea salt. Grease a cookie sheet. Lay kale pieces out. I learned it was better not to overlap them. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 - 20 minutes.