Friday, April 27, 2012

Kale Chips

Yesterday's weather was pretty strange. It started out very windy, not too cold, and the sky and clouds were shades of grey. After a few hours the sound of thunder began. My son remembered the story I've told him about the thunder. My sweet boy said "Mummy they're bowling up in the sky"! You would remember reading the story about the thunder from a post a while ago. In case you haven't read it, when I was a little girl my grandparents would tell me that the sound of thunder were the gods bowling. The sound I hear was the bowling ball rolling down the lane and the pins being hit and falling. The first time I told my son this story there were lightning as well. He said to me "Mummy they have a camera too"! It started to rain which made me happy. There's just something about the rain that soothes me. I guess I long for it more because we don't get much of it in the desert really. It was a short rain, the sky cleared up, and dried up all the rain (the itsy bitsy spider....)lol. It got very hot again and my allergies started to bother me. Now, I'm awake typing this blog with my left eye shut from the swelling red and burning. The right eye is the same but not as bad as the left.

My sissy and niece came by for a visit yesterday. We just had some smoked brauts and I made some Kale chips. They are so good! My sweet boy and daughter loves them. They are very easy to make as well.

















I'll tell you more about that green drink on the left on my next post.

Ingredients

3 stalks of fresh Kale
3 tablespoon olive oil
sprinkle of seasoned salt or any seasoning you like

Method

Set oven to 350F
Wash kale, cut the the leaves from its stalk and pat it dry or use a salad spinner if you have one. Place parchment paper on baking tray. Lay them flat on the baking tray and drizzle olive oil. Sprinkle with seasoned salt and bake in hot oven for 10 minutes. You want it to be crispy not burned. Then enjoy with your favourite drink!

3 comments:

  1. I've not heard of this before but I love salt on stuff like this. Will have to give it a shot. Yum!

    -Lisa.
    Sweet 2 Eat Baking

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  2. I love kale chips, and can eat it all by myself when I make it. Perfect meal!

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  3. I have never made these. They look interesting. Thank you for this tip! X

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