Gives you the crunch required for mind set of Potatoe chips,but healthier and fun to cook. First time cook without issues. Follow recipe every single step no short cuts . Impressed wife and friends.
From EatingWell: September/October 2011
Not a fan of kale? These crispy baked kale chips will convert you! For the best result, don’t overcrowd the pans.
22 Reviews for Kale Chips
ALWAYS w/excellent results: 190 to 200 degrees F. Clean, cut and season kale (onion-garlic salt, paprika, chile season, etc. Put on a sheet pan, do not heap and bake 1 hr. EXCELLENT results
I dry mine in the microwave for 1.30 mins and then spray lightly with light olive oil, sprinkle with salt and put in oven for about 1 minute on 175 - no burnt taste
The chips are good but I cut the cooking time to 4 minutes and they started to burn. My next batch I did at 300 degrees and no burning.
Cooking times says 8-12 minutes. I decided to cook them 6 minutes to start off with. When I opened up my oven after 6 minutes a got a face full of smoke and two trays of black kale. Tried again with the second batch for 4 minutes. and that was much closer to being correct. Kale isn't cheap so I'm a little bummed that I wasted half of my money cooking as directed.