Thursday, August 19, 2010

More Kale Chips…

I’m so excited you guys are so excited about this kale recipe.  This recipe is a mix of two friends recipes!   Averie at Loves Veggies and Yoga and my beautiful friend Donna from my raw foods course.    Since this is just a mixture of two recipes – I won’t claim it as my own…  it’s just another option!!

First off… I am happy as my garden is FULL of kale…  massive kale… a mixture of red kale and black kale was used for this recipe! DSC_0167 the garden is also full of pea, zucchini and GREEN tomatoes!  DSC_0168 Ok… onto the kale recipe…   (please see Averie’s original recipe here) and I’d share Donna’s but I’m not sure if it’s top secret or not!

Kale Chips                                                                               1/2 cup almonds soaked (1 hour +)
Toss into a blender                                                                                           Add 1/2 a pepper (I used orange)
2 Tbsp (approx.) Braggs Liquid Aminos
1/4 cup nutritional yeast                                                                                   a few shakes of cajun powder 
1-2 tsp garlic powder                                                                                            2 green onions

Blend together until smooth... then massage into kale for about 2 mins.  DSC_0174

DSC_0175  If you have a dehydrator - put onto sheets and dehydrate until crispy  (just over an hour) this is the best way.

DSC_0177 Or use the oven. I don't know the exacts for the oven, as I use my dehydrator... Google it, I'm sure you can find it!!


They are so good and taste super cheesy!   Try them out, they were the best kale chips I’ve had – and JAM packed full of vitamins and minerals…. so good!!

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Have a great Thursday!!

Jess

4 comments:

  1. I have only had kale chips once, and I wasn't a big fan. I will have to try them again with a recipe like this - cheesy sounds good!

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  2. Nice recipe for the dehydrator, thanks.

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  3. YUM! I love kale chips so much - just tried a salt-and-vinegar combination on them last week. can't wait to attempt cheesy ones now :)

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  4. The produce from your garden is beautiful. I hope to grow Kale this Fall down here in Florida!
    Can't wait to try your recipe. We are kale freaks here!!
    Peace and Raw Health,
    Elizabeth

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