Manjit's Kale Chips

Thank you very much Manjit for sharing such a delicious recipe. 
Kale is not only very good for you but if cooked properly can be an excellent addition to your meal. These Kale Chips can be served as a side dish or as ingredients to a main meal.

olive oil as needed
himalayan pink salt

How to cook it:
Pre-heat the oven at 200 degrees. First wash the kale properly. Then dry it all with a clean cloth and make sure that all the water has dried off. With a knife carefully remove the thick stems and tear into small pieces.  Drizzle the Kale with extra virgin olive oil, making sure that all the Kale leaves are soaked in oil.  Massage the oil on both sides of the leaves making sure every bit is covered with oil. Sprinkle the Kale leaves with himalayan salt. (Please note that Himalayan salt is a delicatessen. If you do not have access to this, feel free to use any coarse or rock salt instead). Bake in the oven 180 degrees until crisp, it normally takes around 15-20 mins. Please check regularly, as some ovens may cook faster than others, to make sure that they do not burn (Kale leaves are quite thin so they could burn quickly). Once cooked and crispy, Enjoy!

Kale's Health Benefits:
High in Fiber and an excellent source of nutrients especially vitamin A and well-absorbed Calcium (this helps prevent osteoporosis). It is a great source of beta-carotene (a huge means in curing cancer and heart-disease). It also benefits from Vitamin C, Folic Acid, Vitamin B6, Manganese and Potassium.

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