Kale Chips

I am a huge fan of potatoes, and I will even go a step further and say I’m a potato chip addict. It’s hard to eat a sandwich without them! A friend recommended that I try baking kale chips, so I gave it a whirl. I think you’ll like them as well. The results are delicious pieces of kale that thin and crispy. Keep in mind that every oven is different. You will need:

*1 large cookie sheet
* 4 cups of fresh washed kale with stalks removed
* 21 seasoning solute
* 1 to 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
* 1/4 tsp crushed red pepper
* 1 TBSP sesame seeds
* 1 large bowl

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. In a large bowl, toss kale with olive oil and seasoning.
3. Spread on cookie sheet evenly, but kale may overlap.
4. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes keeping a close eye.
5. Remove from oven and sprinkle with sesame seeds.

10 thoughts on “Kale Chips

  1. Wow sis, What a great idea. I can’t wait to try this. Thanks for the help with the Daniel fast idea. Another really good receipe that I have tried from my mom is Sauteeing Romaine Lettuce in a small bit of Olive oil and water (only enough to cover the bottom of the pan, Green and Red Peppers, White or Yellow onion and Celery in a wok or non-stick frying pan. Season with Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Seasoning Salt and Pepper. Thanks again for sharing.

  2. I Love Love Love Love Love Love Love (plus ten more) this recipe. It is a hit to meat and non meat lovers alike. After a quick inspection, plates of this healthy snack were gone! I didn’t have 21 seasoning, and TJ’s was closed, so, I made my own variation, minus some of the citrus elements in the spice. Garlic, adobo, black pepper, onion, cumin, red pepper, and parsley evened out my deck.

    Great recipe. Thanks for sharing!!

  3. One last thing: my poultry seasoning has 6 or 7 of the spices from 21 seasoning. For another 6, I’m going to add the other ones that I put last time and, that way I’ll have 11. LOL. At least this way I can get closer.

    I really like the way the kale tastes. I got it from my local farmers market. And it started me on a huge price shopping binge. The kale was 1.00 a bunch. From my local Kroger, the kale was 1.62/bunch, but I got a LOT more kale. So, peppers and MANY other things are best gotten (**especially from a quality standpoint**) at the Farmer’s Market. BUT, there are some things, the good old massive grocer is still competitive in.

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