The organic dino kale chips are a fantastic idea for a healthy and tasty snack or aperitif, a smart alternative to any other chips.
They are light, healthy, and enjoyable!
You can make the chips with the Organic Dino Kale leaves, Organic Green, or Red Kale.
The recipe for the dino kale chips is really easy: wash the kale properly, cut off the central part that is too hard to eat, sprinkle with EVO and salt – and other spices if you like – and bake for a few minutes.
And you are ready to go! They’re irresistibile, and also the kids like them. You can be creative adding spices and seeds.
The dino kale is a really versatile ingredient, and you can use it also to make this tantalizing recipe of gnocchi with ricotta and kale: follow the Red Beets and Ricotta Gnocchi recipe here, and substitute the beets with the dino kale.
- 300 gr Organic Dino Kale leaves (Green or Red Kale work as well)
- a sprinkle of EVO
- a pinch of salt and ground black pepper
- a pinch of spices (sesame, paprika, linseeds)
Wash thoroughly and dry the kale leaves.
Remove the central part that is normally too hard to eat. It's better to bake the entire leaves and cut them into pieces after baking, so they don't break too much.
Place the leaves on a baking pan covered with parchment paper. Do not put them one on top of the others.
Sprinkle with EVO, salt and pepper, and bake them at 375°F in the convection oven for 10 minutes.*
Serve the chips hot or at room temperature.
*the baking requires attention: the leaves can burn easily if you bake them too much. Instead, if you don't cook them enough, they will be too chewy
The super healthy dino kale chips!
Not only the Organic Dino Kale Chips are easy to make, but they’re also extremely healthy.
The Kale makes good vegeterian and vegan recipes, and it’s also known as a “superfood”: many athletes add it to their diet because it’s a natural supplement.
The Kale belongs to a group of cabbage, and it provides vitamin C, class B vitamins, vitamin K e fibers.
Indeed, the Kale is also a great source of antioxidants that help counteract oxidative damage by free radicals in the body, support the depurative action of the liver, and have powerful heart-protective, blood pressure-lowering anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, and anti-cancer effects.
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