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Kale Chips

What you need: 

1 bundle kale, torn to chip sized pieces
olive oil spray, as needed
Kosher salt, to taste

What you do: 

1. Preheat oven to about 350 degrees F. Spray cookie sheet and kale pieces very lightly with olive oil spray.
2. Sprinkle lightly with Kosher salt.
3. Bake until edges turn slightly brown and chips appear crispy. Enjoy!

Preparation Time: 
10 minute
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

O..M...G... These were amazing!  I have never had Kale before (bought some for another recipe) and decided to try this, and WOW! these are delicious!  My omni dad liked them too.  My mom ... didn't, but she doesn't really like vegetables, so her opinion doesn't count  ::)

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THIS WAS GREAT!  I was a little skeptical about it really working, but they really were crunchy like chips.  They sort of melted in your mouth as well.  I think I had to keep them in the oven a little longer than the recipe said, but each oven is different.  FUN TO EAT.  Just like potato chips - you can't eat just one.  Try them!

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Delish!  These are fantastic.  I only sprayed the pan a bit so they wouldn't stick and used very little salt.  Lots of kale flavor and an amazing crunch that will satisfy any chip craving.  Hurray!

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Wow!!  I devoured these and I have more in the oven right now.  Yes, they are pretty stinky when cooking and very strongly flavored (it's worse when they're overbaked).  I tried them with olive oil and crazy mixed up salt (yum!  but I think I used too much, too oily) and then again without oil and with a salt-free garlic/onion/spice mix (oh yum!  slightly less crispy without the oil?) .  So it's a good thing hubby isn't here right now or he'd pass out from my stink.  But soooo goood and perfect texture.

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I was really excited to try these, but i didn't like them at all!  The smell filled the whole down stairs of my house.  I couldn't get past the smell to enjoy the bite that I tried.  And it left an aftertaste.  They did crisp right up like they were supposed to  and they looked alright.  I guess it's just a taste preference thing and I didn't prefer the taste.  oh well.

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;D
These were awesome!!! I didn't think they would have so much flavor, but they really did. I used the cooking spray with sea salt and pepper.
DELICIOUS THANKS!

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Thanks these are awesome.  I will never eat kale any other way again...
A few tips for those who don't eat them on the spot--when you store them in a container they tend to lose a little crispiness.  Also, if you try to store them in your desk drawer for a few hours, watch out when you open it.  P-U!!
I'm going to experiment with other veggies and see if I can get the same results.

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unbelievably delicious. i was skeptical at first, but honestly, these are so great! i oiled my pan with coconut oil, and didn't oil the chips, just sprinkled with provencale herbamare...they are still in the oven, but i had to have a taste halfway through, so i know the finished product will be amazing.
thanks for the recipe, i'll be making this often!

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These were surprisingly good!!! All I put on them was seasalt.  Didn't spray the "chips" with olive oil, just the pan and baked away.  I found that some of the tougher bits took longer to cook so I took the done chips out and left the rest in for a few more minutes.  I ate an entire bunch of kale while watching a movie and it was delicious.  Much healthier than greasy potatoe chips.  Possibly this would go great with veggie burgers and oven-fries.

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