This is Dani's simple recipe"
Salt & Pepper
Cover Kale leaves in sesame oil S & P
Bake at 400 for 20 minutes
then drizzle on soy sauce bake 5 more minutes
My first batch was a bust. 2nd batch much better :)
1) I quartered the kale, the leaves were to small and shriveled. So leave in whole form, just de-stem. 2) Most ovens vary in temp control. Some of the chips tasted burnt, while some were wet, play with your oven temps and be sure to only single layer the leaves 3) too salty for me, I left out the soy sauce on the second batch (although my teen daughter liked it)
They did in fact resemble very thin potato chips (and reminded me of broiled broccoli that I have made in the past)
Worth giving another try, they are on to something here!
If you google "Kale Chips" you will find endless resources and recipes for various Kale chips, smoked, flavored, seasoned, baking times varying, seasoning varying and some even use dehydrators that take hours to bake.
My daughter and I are going to play around with some of the recipes and post report back to you.
Here is Daras youtube channel and facebook links, she is so addicting to watch, you will love her, guaranteed!
Also, my friend Dani shared with me that you can buy Kale chips pre-made at, Fresh and Easy markets, but that the homemade ones are better. After googling store bought Kale chips, there are many brands out there that you can buy instead of making yourself.