This weekend I have an edible DIY for you in the form of kale chips with a soy sauce twist. These are tasty, super easy to make and of course full of vitamin goodness!
1. The first step is to pre-heat your oven to around 150°c. Place a sheet of foil onto a baking tray and set aside for later
2. Next up prepare your kale - thorougly wash and dry the leaves and try to cut your kale leaves as evenly as possible, removing the stalks as they are not needed
I actually used pre-cut kale for this tutorial as that's what we happened to have but I would recommend cutting your own as its easier to remove the stalks and to get the pieces even
3. Time to season! - pop the kale in a large bowl, add olive oil and soy sauce to taste and mix thoroughly to make sure all of the leaves are covered
If any of you happen to be looking for a nice gluten free soy sauce my vote goes to Sanchi Tamari!
4. Spread your kale out onto the baking tray, making sure its in a single layer so it will cook evenly. Sprinkle on a little coarse salt and pop it into the oven for around 10 minutes. Make sure you keep an eye on it!
I would recommend giving the kale pieces a little shuffle around every few minutes, again to ensure they cook as evenly as possible
If, like me, you enjoy your stir fried chicken, vegetables and noodles with a generous helping of soy sauce, next time you make one try cooking up a batch of these and add them to your bowl just before serving to get that soy sauce kick without drowning your food in sauce!
Have you tried making kale chips yet?