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Our zero-waste kitchen - Kale chips

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. 

Instructions:

  1. 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).
  2. 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. 
  3. In a bowl, toss the kale, olive oil, and salt and mix the ingredient with your hands so the kale is evenly coated.
  4. 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.

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