Kale Chips

I understand that most of you will think that this is extremely weird, but really its not. I was browsing around on pinterest when I found a picture with the title: “DIY Kale Chips”. First thing I did was google what Kale even means in Holland cuz I had noo idea. Kale is boerenkool, the only very annoying thing is that in Holland people usually use this to make stamppot for which they need it cut into tiny pieces. This makes it so that in Holland its very difficult to find uncut kale, and I have yet to succeed in finding it. The reason that I jumped at the thought of making this, is because my friend Priscilla kind of challenged me.
The last time that I had cooked for her I made brussels sprouts, and she mentioned that the next thing I would have to make in some yummy way was Kale. So I went to the market in search of kale, but I couldnt for the life of me find it anywhere. I went to the supermarket and they only had it already cut. Whatever I still really wanted to make it and Priscilla would have to scoop it up :p For me it was more about the flavour, and trying something new.

I have to say that it actually turned out great. All I did was put the kale in a plastic container, I added some olive oil, sesame oil, and soya sauce. Shook the box around a bit so that the soya and oil were evenly distributed. Popped in onto a baking sheet, stuck in the oven at 150 C. for 30 minutes.
Tadaaaa Kale chips welcome to my menu!

The fun thing about this is that you can make it with soo many different seasonings. I’ll add the official website where I got it from so you can see some of the different ideas 🙂

Hope you like it, and I’d love to hear what seasoning you tried, and if it was good of coarse!



2 thoughts on “Kale Chips

  1. Yes!!! You'd love them! They are soooo easy, and uber healthy! You can make them with tons of different seasonings. My only suggestion is really try to find the kale whole, and not cut into shreds because its very inconvenient to eat like this 😛 But they are super yummy!


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