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BAKED HOMEMADE KALE CHIPS RECIPE
Step 1: For this first step you will need to set your oven to a preheat temperature of 350 degrees F, or 175 degrees C.
1 Tablespoon of Sherry Vinegar
2 Tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Step 2: Wash and rinse your kale under lukewarm water. It's recommended that you use an all natural produce spray if your kale isn't organic. Do be sure to thoroughly rinse the spray off after you've applied it. Dry your kale using a kitchen cloth or paper towel. Next, tear away the thick inner kale stalk, as you don't want to use that portion. Lastly, you will need to rip your kale leaves into small to medium size pieces.
Step 3: Place your kale chips into a large mixing bowl. Next, take out a smaller mixing bowl and pour into it the salt, sherry vinegar, and extra virgin olive oil. Using a metal whisk quickly stir the olive oil based mixture together until it's uniform and even. Slowly drizzle this mixture over your kale chips. Moving along, roll up your sleeves and then toss and mix the kale chips until they're fully coated with oil, vinegar, and salt. Please note that you don't want to mix up the kale too aggressively, otherwise it will become limp and soggy.
Step 4: Take out a large baking or cookie sheet and completely line it with non-stick parchment paper. Set your oiled kale pieces on to the sheet, while making sure that you don't stack the kale. In order for the kale chips to bake evenly you'll want minimal overlapping when placing the chips on to the parchment paper.
Step 5: Put the kale chip lined baking sheet into your oven. Using the preheat temperature mentioned above, let your kale chips bake for 10 to 15 minutes. Quickly take them out of the oven once the edges on the kale become golden brown and crispy. Kale chips can burn super quickly, so keep a very close eye on them while they're in the oven baking.
Step 6: You will need to allow your homemade kale chips to cool for about 5 to 10 minutes before serving them. Most people love kale chips that are still a little warm from the oven, so do be sure to eat some after they've been freshly baked.
Storage: Homemade kale chips will stay fresh for just over a full week. Store them in an airtight container at room temperature. It's recommended that you keep them away from any sunlight, as this will cause them to lose their crunchy freshness.
Health Benefits: Baked kale retains most of its nutritional value throughout the cooking process, offering you a wide range of bioavailable vitamins and minerals. The plant is loaded with vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin A, calcium, and many other vital nutrients. The vinegar within this recipe is very healthy as well, having been proven to stabilize the body's insulin levels. Recent Japanese studies have also proven that vinegar improves circulation and helps to ward off fatigue.
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