The last one was Nigella Lawson's super fast ceviche. It's great and so are...
Actually, so is kale in general.
Kale is seriously good in so many things. Raw in salad, cooked in soup, steamed with pasta. Kale... mmm. Love it. You should definitely try it. You'll feel great and you'll be pooping green in no time. (Did I just say that? Yikes.)
This recipe has been ALL OVER the blogs in the last couple of years and finally, finally I know why. I am in love. Addicted. Completely into kale chips. Try them and you will be too.
There are tonnes of different recipes out there, but this is how I've been making mine. It works like a charm.
DID YOU SAY KALE CHIPS?
Kale (1 bunch, any kind)
2 tbsp Olive Oil
Wash the kale and remove the ribs. Toss them or reserve them for another recipe.
Tear the kale leaves into small pieces. No need to be pretty. Just make the pieces relatively bite-sized.
Dry the kale in a salad spinner or with paper or tea towels.
Put the pieces in a bowl and toss them with a couple of table spoons of olive oil.
Spray cooking spray on a large baking sheet (or two).
Lay the kale out on the sheet in a single layer.
Sprinkle lightly with salt
Bake at 350 for 10 to 12 minutes.
Next, I think I might try putting kale in an Italian Wedding Soup. What do you think? Got any other good kale recipes? Quick! Before I become obsessed with something else.
* Raw kale picture by James Wilsher from Stock Xchng.