…or “what to do when you have too much kale and people at church have started avoiding you.” Just kidding, no one’s avoiding me. But we have a lot of kale and Swiss chard. We’ve been eating them in some form at least 4 days a week since November. It’s so bad my kids are checking the garden every day to see if there’s some zucchini ready.
One night last week I decided to go ahead and try making kale chips. Several of us thought they were good, several didn’t, some refused to try them. They’re not at all like potato or corn chips so don’t compare.
I looked at several recipes and then just did my own thing.
First I tore the kale into pieces. I’ll confess that I rarely wash veggies that come from our garden. I know, I know. But I do check and make sure there’s no bugs or dirt. Bugs don’t seem to like the kale and since the bottom leaves are 3 feet off the ground there wasn’t any dirt on them.
I drizzled olive oil on them and sprinkled sea salt, garlic powder and Parmesan cheese.
Then I baked them at 350 degrees for about 15minutes.