You’ll probably never thought there could have been an healthy alternative to the well known chips, but actually there is!
I assure you that eating these kale chips will be as tasty as eating the regular ones. Moreover
kale is a really good vegetable for your body because it is full of antioxidants, anti-inflammatory nutrients, mineral salts (calcium, iron and potassium), vitamins A,C and E, folic acid and it also has digestive and anti-tumor prevention properties.
So let’s see how to bake a crispy kale!
– kale (as much as you want, I baked 500g)
– extravirgin olive oil
First wash and cut the kale in pieces, make sure to dry the leaves very well otherwise they won’t become crispy in the oven.
Put some leaves on a baking tin covered with parchement paper. You’ll probably have to use different baking tins because the leaves must not overlap. Season it with a pinch of salt and a spoon of olive oil.
Bake at 170 degrees for 8-10 minutes until the kale becomes browny and crispy. Control it constantly because it gets burnt easily.