I had some unused baby kale that was looking pretty wilted, but I really didn't want to throw it away because I hate wasting food I've paid for! Rather than sauteeing it like I usually do, I decided to give making kale chips a whirl. I buy them often but they're just so expensive. Turns out these are one of the easiest things ever to make - a monkey could make them - and they're soooooo good (and crazy healthy).
Here's how to make kale chips:
Dry it completely (use a salad spinner, paper towels, or air dry for awhile).
Toss it with olive oil (just a bit) and salt to taste.
Bake on aluminum foil or a cookie sheet at 300 degrees for about 20 minutes.
I love that they're a solution for making sure less than fresh kale doesn't go to waste - and they taste fantastic. They definitely satisfy my crunchy/salty urge.