Intentionally torn ill-fitting jeans or kale crisps?
I’m not sure, but they look pretty good together.
If I’m going to play like I have my own urban garden, then I’ll probably eat and cook the part as well.
Therefore, I jumped on the health wagon and made some baked kale crisps.
And then…I threw them on this Brooklyn Slate board that I was supposed to give as a gift.
I call them “crisps” because they are far more delicate than the regular potato chips.
Follow these simple steps and make your own:
- Remove stems from each leaf of kale
- Tear them into bite-size pieces
- Coat them in olive oil (about 1-2 Tablespoons) and sprinkle with salt and pepper
- Lay them out on a pan with parchment paper
- Bake for about 12 minutes at 350 (or until slightly brown)