Kale crisps are delicious, but bet's be honest, they can be a little pricey. Here is a simple and easy way to make your own, with a very modest price tag.
The trick is getting the moisture and heat level correct. If your kale is in any way wet, it will begin to wilt, so make sure it's bone dry. Don't be tempted to hasten the cooking process and turn up the oven. This will only leave you with charred, bitter crisps — keep it low, slow and gentle.
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