If you have regular kale, cut off the stalks (easiest to fold the leaf length ways and cut it down the side) and tear it into chunks. Easier still, grab a bag of baby kale and use it as is.
Spread the leaves in a single layer on some baking paper on a baking tray. I've probably got it a bit too crowded here but I am impatient and greedy. 😁
Drizzle your oil sparingly over the leaves. You don't want so much that they are swimming in oil. I use the spray stuff because I tend to be heavy handed. Olive or any nut oils would work well here.
Sprinkle some salt, to taste. I love love love salt so I go a bit nuts. (Hey, I am living a fructose free, low lactose, caffeine free existence - salt is about the only vice I have left).
This recipe is so easy you can do it with a baby strapped to your front.
Oiled and salted and ready to burn!
Whack 'em into the oven, pre-heated at 180C (what is that in Fahrenheit? Come on folks, didn't you know this is audience participation?). Let them go for 10-15 mins - just until they go dark green.
While they're baking, go about your business. I fried off some bacon for my lunch salad. And who doesn't love a gratuitous bacon shot?
Don't let them go brown - they will become bitter. And there you go - that simple. Enjoy these, salty morsels of deliciousness knowing that they are doing you a lot more good than a can of Pringles.
This was my first guide - I hope it was of some use to someone somewhere.
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