I took a bunch of kale, and removed the stems. This involved ripping the leaves off, which isn't hard to do. Dumped them on a cookie sheet, drizzled some olive oil on them, then kosher salt and some pepper. I also added some garlic powder. I imagine you can add any spices you want to these--next time I think I'll try some chili powder or paprika:
|Kale before the oven!|
These were great! Very crunchy, and that bit of salt and garlic powder made them irresistible. If you're making this for more than just yourself, I would double or triple the amount of kale, and make a few batches. They are hard to stop eating. Kale is high in Vitamins K, A, and C, high in fiber, and also a great anti-inflammatory. Plus it doesn't have too much taste, so whatever you put it in or put on it will only make it taste better. Yum. Try these for yourself, or make 'em for your kids as an alternative to fried snacks.