Kale season is here, and as it usually comes in abundance we often try to find new ways to consume this fibrous and highly nutritious veggie.
Here is a recipe for some of the best kale chips I have ever made, and works like a charm when wanting my 4 year old son to ingest this valuable treasure from mother nature.
These kale chips are both easy to make and delicious enough to substitute the chips craving of anyone.
Roughly 2 L kale, rinsed from the thick stem, placed in bowl.
Mix in blender to a creamy consistency;
1/4 dl olive oil
1 dl pumpkin seeds ( activated if u wish)
2 tsp quality salt
3-4 tsp Spices of your choice
( I like Cajun mix, Italian herbs, or just plain cayenne/chipotle)
1/2 dl Water
Pour the creamy spice mix on top of the kale and roll your sleeves up to give it all a firm massage during 1 min. Feel the fibers softening while your hands get tired ;)
Place on a baking paper/ dehydrating teflex and place in either dehydrator at 41C or in regular oven at lower temp ( with an open oven door to evaporate humidity). Keep the chips inside until completely dry, usually 4-6h.
Enjoy, and don't forget to invite your friends and family :)