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These were surprisingly good! ha ha They kind of melt in your mouth. Thanks for sharing.

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zaar mate September 28, 2010

Great recipe! I washed the kale and let it dry overnight, so it wasn't too much trouble at all. I could eat the whole bunch myself!

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lortle April 15, 2010

Great recipe, and so easy! This was our first try making these, following directions as stated, and they came out great. The kale flavor is unique, and this simple recipe doesn't use additional spices that might mask the flavor.

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Wendybird 2 March 29, 2010

Yum! I added some pepper and used garlic salt instead of plain salt. Baked at 300 for 20 min they were perfect!!

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Melvin'sWifey January 17, 2010

What a pleasant surprise! This was quite a bit of work cleaning, cutting and drying the kale but 3 out of 4 of my picky sons (ages 11 and under) LOVED these (great stats for my house)! Honestly I could have eaten the whole batch by myself. They cook down considerably so what looks like a lot at first goes very quickly. I used olive oil and garlic salt on one sheet pan and olive oil and lemon pepper on the other - both fabulous. Cooked them at 300 for 20 minutes. Thanks so much - this will probably be a weekly veggie option at our house from now on.

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ColeyU February 09, 2010

I ate the whole batch myself in one sitting...what more can I say?

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cewrdh November 22, 2009

Delish! I doubled the recipe and we chowed down on these on Saturday evening, our movie night. The bowl I made didn't last long. I am going to make these again except I'm going to dehydrate them to preserve the enzymes in the kale so this will be a "live" snack. Thanks for posting :)

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Chef Joey Z. March 09, 2009

Wow. What a weird and wonderful recipe. Went a little crazy with the salt and will lighten up next time.

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Kyle Newton November 22, 2009

Made with organic Russian kale a neighbor gave me and I cut the cooking time down to 15 minutes and increased the temp to 350F. Surprisingly, the chips were crisp after that little baking time. It would be very easy to add other ingredients to jazz this up: toasted sesame oil, cumin, Greek seasoning, soy sauce, chili powder, lemon, etc. Easy and a delicious treat! Original review 19 June 2010.

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COOKGIRl January 15, 2011

I loved this! In fact, I'm making it now for the third night in a row...as a late night snack. I used a little too much oil the first time (didn't measure) and it was a little greasy, but still tasted great. My kids loved it and compared the texture to eating "pop rocks". I love any recipe that gets them to eat their veggies.

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angiebuettner May 20, 2010
Tuscan Kale Chips