I’m experimenting with baking my own Kale Chips. Lately I’ve become a fan of them but the commercial variety just seems so expensive so I’m giving this a try.
My research consists of a few ideas and recipes I found online:
- Roasted kale chips, four ways | Your Lighter Side — A quote of relevance from the article:
Check out these crispy kale chips. Taaa daaaa! Now note the nutritional shakedown for one cup of chopped kale (in terms of daily recommended allowances):
Vitamin A: 206%
Vitamin C: 124%
Potassium: 299 mg
So much to offer per cup, so why worry? Four carbs per cup isn’t carby, but when you could easily eat 2-3 cups of roasted kale in a sitting, it really adds up. The cautionary tale? Share, buy less, or just prepare a serving at a time when prudent–unless you’re not likely to fall prey to the siren song of crispy, delicious kale.
- Crispy Kale Chips Recipe : Melissa d’Arabian : Recipes : Food Network
- Kale Chips Recipe: Bake Your Own, Trust Us
- Kale Chips Recipe
- Roasted Kale Chips with Parmigiano-Reggiano | Whole Foods Market
- Oven Roasted Kale Chips | Oh Taste n See…..
- FoodInspires.com – Executive Catering Services – Baked Kale Chips – Start stockpiling Kale now!
- Baked Kale Chips | Spicy Tasty
Some other Kale ideas:
Next week I’ll try these Pizza Sliders | Your Lighter Side