Friday, October 02, 2015

Friday Question: Kale Chips (yum)

Thanks to Christine from Christine's Blog, I'm now a super duper fan of kale chips. Funny thing, I eat tons of organic kale but I've never made the chips before recently. Now, I'm gobbling them up with a little cayenne and pink salt, or cumin and Hungarian paprika, or mix of all three. I'm just loving these little buggers.

Speaking of which, it's time for a late lunch and another round of yummy homemade kale chips. Thanks, Christine. You brought a new treat into my kitchen.

Second Friday Question: Do you like Kale Chips and if so, do you like them spicy or salty or sweet or what?

I like spicy with a wee, wee, wee bit of good salt.

PS: You all win a tray of dried booger chips and earlobes for correctly answering my first, Friday Question. Well done. I'll have to work harder next time to stump your asses.

30 comments:

  1. Can't tell you if I like Kale chips since I have no idea what they even are. I'm sure I've never eaten any. Got a picture to share?

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    1. I'll shoot a picture next time, for sure.

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  2. I used to make them all the time !
    Mostly just olive oil and salt.
    I make any firm leaf vegetable into chips.
    Once I took a bundle of leafs that included some dandelion greens and made chips.
    Love them.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Yes! That's what I'm doing now. Drying out all kinds of fun leafy things. Then yesterday, I made thin chicken chips for the pups. Then some jerky (ish), stuff.

      I'm just drying out everything I can and boy, what flippin' fun.

      Dandelion greens sound good. Haven't tried that one yet. Thanks.

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    2. How are you drying them out ?
      I just bake them in the oven.

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    3. In a low oven. Tonight I'm also doing radish tops and chard. But darn it, the market was fresh out of organic dandelion. But that one, I will for sure try.

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  3. Love kale. It's always a mini-fist-pump moment when it turns up in my veg box. Like mixing it in with cheesy pasta bakes, into mashed potatoes on my cottage/shepherds/fish pies.

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    1. Mini-fist-pump. I get that way too. Good stuff. I cannot eat cheese but, if I could, I be that would taste yummmmmy.

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  4. Kale what?....Heresy!......only chips from spuds!

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    1. Kale and then tonight, I am trying radish tops and chard. Bring on the fun. Muhahaha.

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  5. I don't think I'd go for them... I just don't have an appetite for chips in general.

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    1. Oh man, these blow potato chips out of the water.

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  6. so glad you like them! My husband loves them too!

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    1. You are such an inspiration.

      Thanks!

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  7. I always learn about new feeds when I come here. Love it! And seriously? Pink salt? Whoa! lol!

    I get such an education here. :D

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    1. foods, FOODS! Oy this Friday really feels like a Monday. C'mon weekend.

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    2. I hope your Saturday doesn't feel like a Monday.

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  8. Kale chips /crisps are great ... a favourite low carbers food!

    Have a great weekend

    All the best Jan

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  9. Have never tried, or eaten kale at all.I know bad, bad, bad! Wish I could say that about chocolate!

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    1. Never? Oh man alive. Raw organic is so yummy.

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  10. This may be something I actually try. I can't have kale in it's "original" state (can't eat leafy veggies) but this might actually work for me. :)

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    1. Sorry you can't have them in their raw state. Please let me know how it goes if you bake them.

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  11. I don't even know what kale is, really...I thought it was a leafy veggie almost like cabbage...but CHIPS..??

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    1. Kale is the Grandmother of the whole cabbage family. I won't eat the kale chips at the market but the homemade ones, so good.

      I'll send you an email ...

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  12. I have never had them. I do know what kale is, though. :)

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    1. They are so yummy. I'll have to do a video one of these days. Love these little buggers.

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  13. Never made kale chips, heard they are very good from other sources.

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  14. I've never eaten kale chips but I'm game to try.

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  15. Kale chips? Hmm...they can;t be worse than kale itself which is perhaps my least fave food on the planet. Lol. Maybe I should try them. Kale is so good for you.

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