Baked Kale Chips
For a healthy alternative to your standard store-bought potato chips, give these baked kale chips a try! Kale is very high in iron as well as vitamin K, which is crucial in preventing blood clotting and promoting healthy bones. In addition to supporting cardiovascular health, it is also known to have anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants. You can adjust the amount of oil in this recipe to your liking, and since kale does not contain any fat, you can make these chips as low-fat as you want.
|Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F or 175 degrees C. Strip the kale from its stems in large pieces and wash well. Then dry them with clean tea towels or a salad spinner.|
|Place the kale pieces in a large bowl and drizzle them with the oil. Gently toss them until they are thoroughly and evenly coated, then sprinkle in sea salt,garlic powder and chili flakes (optional).|
|Spread the kale out in a single layer on a large baking tray lined with baking parchment and bake until the edges are brown but not burnt (10-15 minutes).|