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A little tangy, a lot crunchy, you'll think you're indulging in something BAD. Yum! 1 bunch kale 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 teaspoon MSC Malt Salt Preheat oven to about 350 Spray cookie sheet with non-stick oil or use parchment paper Rinse kale well and cut off thick stems, tear in to bite size pieces as desired Be sure kale is pretty dry by using paper towel or a salad spinner Lay flat on cookie sheet and season with olive oil and sprinkle with Malt Salt Bake approximately 10-20 minutes until crispy. Be sure to watch carefully, there is a fast transition for baked to burned. Enjoy! Check out kale chips online for the nutrition info, this could be a great addition to your healthy diet!


Carlos A Campos

Date 8/11/2012 10:19:00 AM

we don't eat kale in the South, at least I never have & difficult to find in produce aisles, maybe I did not look, however, this sounds like a GREAT IDEA, in lieu of potato chips & shld be very healthy as well. Willing to try, I love vegetables prepared any way


Date 9/12/2012 12:43:00 AM

You can try this recipe with other leafy greens. Chard, turnip, or even collards could work. It's all a matter of taste preference. Let us know what works out if you try it! I'll let you know my results when I get the chance.

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