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Kale Coconut Oil Chips

Kale with Coconut Oil | 6 Tips for Flawless Kale Chips with Coconut Oil

Kale Coconut Oil Chips: What A Combination

It’s easy to rattle off a list of things that can done with Coconut Oil. But some of those things may require a little bit of thinking and experience. Kale Coconut Oil Chips is one of them.

The skill in successfully making this vegetable into a potatoe chip alternative is finding the balance between burnt edges and soggy Kale leaves.

Angela Liddon Oh She Glows

Angela Liddon – Scientist turned Recipe Book Author

Thankfully Angela Liddon, a scientist who turned to experimenting with plant based recipes has done some research into this matter for us. If you follow the tips found on her blog posts your leaves will be baked. But they won’t be burned.

The first time Angela day after created these vegetable chips she thought, “Should they taste burnt like this??”

6 tips for  better Kale Chips

Since that first experiment she has come up with 6 tips for Flawless Kale Chips.

  1. Remove the stems and tear leaves into large pieces
  2. Wash thoroughly and dry the leaves before beginning
  3. Don’t skip the oil, but don’t drench it in oil either
  4. Spread kale onto a single layer on the baking sheet
  5. It’s all about the low heat for even baking
  6. Cool for just a few minutes on the baking sheet

Kale Coconut Oil Chips Leaves

It’s important for the leaves to dry after being washed. No-one wants to eat grit with their chips. Dry leaves at the start create a better result in the end.

Below you’ll see a before and after photo of the leaves.

Kale Coconut Chips Before and After

What motivated me to post about this topic?

This Facebook post has been very popular with our readers!

One of our customers offered this excellent advice.

“White Gold … – great on kale to make baked veggie chips!”

White Gold Organic Raw Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Fresh Taste

Click on the image of the White Gold Coconut Oil to see the reader’s comment on the Facebook post.

Is Kale easy to grow in your area?

Quite possibly it is easy to grow. Even in winter.
Eat Well NZ have an article on the topic for those interested in knowing more.

Who compiled this list of posts?

Neil Smith loves to talk about the benefits of Coconut wholefoods.

Neil Smith, The Coconut Oil Shop Team

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