Throw in some beans and cilantro in the mix or Italian parsley. Of course I texted my go-to in baking friend about temperature and time and it is 350 degrees 8-10 minutes exactly. I did not hurry and by 11'th minute some tasted a bit burnt. Nonetheless, so tasty.
Add a bit of olive oil, salt and pepper on the organic kale in a pan. I lined it with parchment paper for easy clean and wash. I experimented and put parmesian cheese and spicy sesame oil. Mix well with hands. Making sure leaves are oiled.
I threw some beans also and raw organic walnut.
Bake in 350 degrees for no longer than 8-10 minutes.
Crunch in. So good. Even the walnuts. The beans are done not chips like but crunchy and tasty nontheless.
I had my brother taste it and liked it. I had an idea to do sweet potato chips. Maybe bake everything I see in the refrigerator, haha.
Slice thinly with a mandolin or sharp knife if you can thin and even. I did mine with sharp knife, hard to have even size. Drizzle little olive oil. Season with salt and/or pepper. You can use curry powder or paprika if you want more flavor. I did half just salt and half with spicy sesame oil.
The thick ones are chewy in the center and crunchy outside and I love that. Otherwise put it back for 5 more minutes removing the thin sliced sweet potato chips because they are crunchy and done already.
I have not gotten chips from store in 2 weeks and I guess I shall just continue not buying them.
Have fun always.