Baked Kale Chips

March 31, 2010


Do you like kale? I don’t. I discovered this only after I made something with kale. I’m still surprised I didn’t like it. It was warm, with olive oil and salt which makes most things taste good. But kale is awfully strange to me. I don’t like the bitterness or the aftertaste. Well, I know I’ve sold you on kale. But if you like bitter, dark, leafy, green vegetables (like swiss chard, for instance), I bet you’d like kale. 

Are you a kale lover? Did you click on this recipe and say, “Oh good! She is writing about my most favorite food–KALE!” Did I disappoint you? I’m sorry, I don’t want to disappoint you because you are reading my blog, and I want to thank you for doing so! So here is a link to a blog for kale lovers. Something for everyone here at nurselizabeth. 


Even if you aren’t interested in the actual recipe, check out shutterbean’s lovely picture tutorial for some nice photos. 


3 Responses to “Baked Kale Chips”

  1. Patti Howe Says:

    Oh Elizabeth,

    How you entertain your subscribers! xo

    PS I’m trying this recipe tonight. . .

  2. Kate Martinez Says:

    I think I have to agree with you about kale…not my favorite. The only time I don’t really mind it is when it is mixed with a bunch of other things and you can hardly taste it. I’ll stick with beet greens, thank you! 🙂

  3. Leah Says:

    Eliz you are too funny. We actually just planted Kale in our garden. I don’t think I’ve ever had it. I’ll let you know what I think. We planted broccoli, onions, radishes, garlic, and lettuce too. Any recipes with these ingredients would be appreciated. Love you!!

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