Our zero-waste kitchen - Kale chips
We have never bought kale in Bali before, as you can’t find it in the local market, but the other day a friend stopped by and brought us some as she had bought too much by mistake.
So, inspired by Zero-Waste Chef’s solar baked kale chips recipe, we decided to make kale chips, too bad we don’t have a solar oven like she does (so jealous!). It is a super tasty and nutritious snack to munch on while working.
You only need 3 ingredients: kale, salt, and olive oil.
- Remove the tough stems and cut the leaf to bite-size, I only removed the big main one (which I have washed, cut and saved in the freezer to make broth with).
- Wash and spin to dry (we copied ZWC’s system), placed the kale in a clean dishcloth and twirled it around, since we don’t have a salad spinner.
- In a bowl, toss the kale, olive oil, and salt and mix the ingredient with your hands so the kale is evenly coated.
- Place kale in the oven tray and bake for about 20-30 minutes at 100*C, or until crunchy.
This was super easy, let’s see what other recipes we try out with kale.