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How To Make Kale Chips

Ingredients:

Large bunch of kale
Exra-virgin olive oil
Sea salt
Any seasonings you enjoy (optional)

Directions

1. Pre-heat oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Wash kale under cold water, then pat dry thoroughly with a dish towel or paper towels. Tear into relatively large, bite-size pieces, then pat dry again. You want to be sure that your kale is dry before baking to ensure crispy kale chips. If they're wet, you'll end up with soft kale chips that aren't too different from steamed kale.

2. Toss dried kale pieces in about two tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil. Be sure not to use more than this, and toss gently until all pieces are lightly coated with olive oil.

3. Arrange kale pieces in a single layer on wax paper on a baking tray. You may need two or three trays for one large bunch of kale, as you don't want the pieces overlapping. The pieces will shrink a bit as they're baking, and if you ensure that each piece has its own little space, you'll get that coveted crispy effect.

4. Once arranged on baking trays, add sea salt and any other seasonings you enjoy. But add less than you think you would like, as the pieces will come out quite thin (just like store-bought potato chips) when they're done cooking, so a little seasoning goes a long way. Onion powder, garlic powder, and even cayenne pepper are nice options - remember, just the lightest dusting is all you need for good flavour.

5. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes at 250 degrees Fahrenheit, but check on kale frequently beginning at the 25 minute mark - cook until they are crisp but still dark green. If they are still soft, keep on baking. If they are brown, you've gone too long. Each tray should be baked separately so that the kale pieces crisp up properly.

Once crisp, serve and enjoy immediately.

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