Roasted Kale – Whether you just want it as a side dish or as a snack, it’s a great way to have one of your five a day!
I always find that Kale comes in ridiculously large bags, making it a challenge to get through it whilst it is still fresh.
If I am overloaded, it’s one of the first items I consider as a substitute for spinach in my vegetable and lentil soup. However, I have found another great use for it – a substitute to crips, simply by roasting it! It’s a great snack to munch on and I think it tastes delicious – why not give it a go for yourself!
- Put on your fan-assistanted oven to 200°C
- Line a baking tray with baking paper
- In a bowl put your kale (however much you want to roast) pour over some oil, just enough to coat it lightly – don’t soak it!
- Grind some black pepper and a pinch of salt – and stir through so that it’s all even
- Place on baking tray
- Roast for a minimum of 10 minutes, and then it’s up to your desired taste. I like mine charred, and so I go for around 15-18 mins
- Remove from oven, let it cool for 5-10 minutes and then place in a clean bowl
- And eat!
Why not save this image to your smart phone as an easy reminder of how to make this.