Take a lb or two of kale or chard, wash and spin dry, cut out the stem, cut or tear into bite size pieces, sprinkle lightly w/ olive oil and sea salt (I used Lawreys seasoning salt) and bake on a cookie sheet at 350 for 15-20 minutes. Watch closely.
I could easily eat a whole lb of kale in a few minutes!
You could do this w/ any leafy green veggie. I admit it probably isn't quite as nutritious as steamed or raw, but I'm unfortunately one of these people who just doesn't like greens, so it's a good way for me to eat them. Also I'm on low carb diet and a good way for me to get fiber.
Post by WoodSpryte Farm/Tiffany on Feb 13, 2012 14:54:57 GMT -5
hummm I have some kale in the greenhouse.. but not a lb.
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Yes delish! My DD is a 16 year-old Kale Freak I know there could be worse problems! Last week we had a Team Dinner at our house for her Cross-Country Ski team, the night before their race. 20 hungry teenagers dug into heaping bowls of Kale chips while I got the finishing touches done on the spaghetti dinner. Many were suspicious but they all agreed that the chips were surprisingly good and so fun to eat. The only difference in the way I prepare them is that I squeeze fresh lemon juice on them as well. I put foil on a cookie sheet, dump the freshly spun pieces onto the sheet from my salad spinner. Lightly drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle the lemon juice, and then a bit of sea salt. I toss it with my hands and then try to spread the pieces so they form a single layer. Bake in a 350 oven for about 10-15 minutes.
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