Monday, 5 September 2011


Who would have thought that a type of cabbage would be so yummy as chips? They are delicious.

edited: I've been asked for the recipe so here it is.

1 bunch of kale
1 Tbsp of olive oil
1 tsp sea salt.

Pre-heat oven to 150 degrees, wash and dry kale (I used a salad spinner).
Tear kale into chip size pieces.
Pour olive oil over hands and gently massage it through the kale.
Add sea salt and toss to combine.
Lay out the chips on a tray in a single layer and bake for 10 minutes.
Remove the crunchy chips and place tray back in the oven, keep removing the cooked chips every 2 minutes or so until all done.



  1. Really? I saw that Heather mentioned these .. OK, I know you wouldn't steer me wrong.

  2. Interesting, Sue. I've heard of them before but have never tried them.... our kale has just gone to seed! How are they cooked?

  3. They're nice with balsamic vinegar too - we tried different seasonings and used russian kale, kavalo nero and silverbeet - all worked. I didn't love them enough to make a habit of them - would be fun to do again - thanks for the reminder. We baked ours in the oven Christine.

  4. Seriously? I've got to try these! My kale is not big enough yet to harvest, but when it is - look out! :) Can't wait...


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