They're so good! I like them with paprika, salt, black pepper, and garlic powder. You can do just about any dry powder seasoning. I tried store bought ones- they had nutritional yeast which was an unfamiliar flavor for me (supposed to be cheesy/nutty in flavor and it was) for a nacho cheese flavor. I still prefer my homemade ones! You can also dehydrate them if you don't want to bake them. :)
3/7/13 10:11 A
I will try these. They sound great with your favorite spices.
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3,584 3/7/13 9:48 A
They are great. Do NOT try to add balsamic vinegar to them before baking. They turn out mushy. I think you need to stick to spices and a bit of oil.
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5,092 3/7/13 9:35 A
I love homemade kale chips! One of my favorite snacks!
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1,434 3/7/13 9:14 A
Never tried them before.
3/7/13 9:09 A
I really like to add chili powder to mine some times. They are a great snack. I love chips and this gives me that crunch I need to fill that craving.
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3/7/13 8:51 A
Thanks for the suggestions. A crunchy snack would be good. I already do air popped popcorn misted with EVOO and lightly sprinkled with sea salt. That salt thing. Sigh...... But I do love garlic so may well give that a try after next grocery visit......
Try onion powder, garlic powder, do you like spice or heat, add red pepper, experiment with it. Just use a little kale at a time.
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3/7/13 7:00 A
I keep reading about kale chips here on SP. I think they sound good actually. I have hesitated to make them though because I am such a salt junkie that I am almost afraid to add anything to my diet that will temp me to add even more salt. And I can't imagine the chips without salt. Sigh......
Anyone have any good experiences with seasonings other than salt on the kale chips?
I've always wondered what Kale Chips tasted like. They are a pretty expensive item in the store so I had never bought them. I did buy a big bag of Kale though recently so I made my own. They were really good. I pulled the stems off, sprinkled with olive oil, onion and garlic powder, a bit of salt and baked them. They turned out crunchy and tastey.
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