Bowl of crispy, salty kale leaves
Originally uploaded by Manne.
Having read about oven roasting kale in a few recipes online we decided to try it out. Being an avid lover of all things kale and cabbage I always get excited when I find a new way of cooking and eating these amazing vegetables.
Recipe is dead simple:
Heat oven to 200 degrees Celsius. Take a bag of kale, remove the hard stem. Toss the leaves in olive oil and flaky sea salt. Place on a roasting tray in oven, leave for five minutes. Turn the leaves over and roast for another seven to ten minutes, until crispy. Sprinkle with some more salt if you like, serve immediately.
So tasty! What really surprised me was that it feels like eating crisps. Light, slightly bitter, crunchy crisps! Absolutely awesome, this will become a staple snack from here on when the urge to eat potato crisps comes on...