absolutely perfect! Amazingly, the beatles have not discovered this
particular leaf. Maybe the marigolds I planted around my veggies helped
with that afterall? Not even the bunnies chewed on any of our leafy vegetables.
Look how lush this kale looks.....
Awhile back I posted on baking your own kale chips. Yesterday, I picked a
bucketful of this lush bounty and started getting ready to bake some kale!
I was out of parchment paper which lead to a crazy chase all over the village for
some more while my oven was heating up. Nothing's ever easy is it?
This time when I made them, I made the raw chunks larger and it worked out much better because they shrink up soooo much after baking.
crisp with just a touch of sea salt and extremely addictive!
To make your own kale chips.....
Wash your kale
Cut out the center stem
Tear into bite size chunks
Spin in salad spinner to dry
Toss in a bowl with drizzled olive oil.
Line a cookie sheet with Parchment Paper.
Sprinkle sea salt very lightly over kale
Bake in a 350F oven for 10-12 minutes til crispy.
for serving as a light snack to your company or just as
an extra special treat for yourself!
I love eating the food we grow ourselves!
Cottage Garden Party - Fishtail Cottage