Wow! Aside from the fact that Kale is so good for our health and I can't stop eating these as is, how about layering on a pimento cheese sandwich, baked potato, or as a soup or salad garnish. Here is how I had to change the recipe: I prepared the Kale as directed and started out doing the oven thing, using convection setting, but after 12 mins, some of the edges were close to burning, while much of the underneath leaves were hot and soggy. So,I set aside the few that were already crisp,and finished the rest in the microwave. I put a good handful on a paper towel-covered plate, took about 25-35 secs, depending on the size of the handful. Since they were already shrunk from the oven part, it just took four plates to get them done. I noticed the pieces kept their green color better too. If you are going to stick with the oven method, leave the cookie sheet in the drawer, just carefully slide the parchment, or maybe foil onto the rack. Next week, I'll try to cook completely by microwave and share the results.
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Wow! Aside from the fact that Kale is so good for our health and I can't stop eating these as...