I love this as a base recipe for my kale chips. I'm trying to eat more paleo-style food and this works well. I usually shred the kale leaves from the stem by hand first, put in a bowl and mix with slightly melted coconut oil by hand. I then add garlic powder, onion powder and either liquid smoke or chipotle powder (a little of each of these goes a LONG way and you don't need to add both, chose just one or the other). I cook at 350 for about 8 minutes and then check on them. There's a fine line between too soft kale chips and burnt kale chips. You'll know they are just right when they are a dull dark green. Shiny and they are still soft. Brown/black and they are burnt.
I don't put the salt on (Himalayan Pink Salt) until I take them out of the oven and they are still hot.
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I love this as a base recipe for my kale chips. I'm trying to eat more paleo-style food and...