|Kale, torn from the stems.|
Everyone seems to be on a kale frenzy! It is one of those superfoods that is meant to be super good for you and it is also pretty easy to grow too.
We planted some kale seeds in our veggie garden a little while back. They did seem to take a while to really get settled but now we are definitely seeing the 'kale of our labours' and have a fantastic crop of it.
I had seen a few kale chip recipes around but was inspired by someone mentioning about Salt and Vinegar Kale Chips!! Oh my, I love a good salt and vinegar ship and this seems like a much healthier version.
|Salt and Vinegar Kale Chips|
These are very easy to make but can be a little time consuming. So how do you make them?! Well here you go!
- Thoroughly rinse your kale and pat dry.
- Tear off the leaves, discarding the tough stems and spines.
- Place leaves on a baking tray in a single layer, it is important for them not to touch as they won't get crispy. I line my tray with baking paper too!
- Spray leaves with a little olive oil spray and then sprinkle a dash of white vinegar or other vinegar that you like onto the leaves.
- bake in a hot oven (about 220 celsius) for about 4 minutes, check and see if they need turning after this or need a little extra time.
- Remove, carefully place in a bowl and sprinkle with sea salt.