Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Steak Sauce Kale Chips

I've been wanting to make kale chips for quite some time.  And when I had an over abundance of kale from our CSA, I knew it was due time.  But I didn't want to make any old kale chips.  I needed to kick them up a notch.  And that's where steak sauce comes in.  Who says it's only for red meat?  Whoever did, is quite wrong.  Because it's also a perfect match for kale chips.  I may even go as far as saying that it's a genius idea on my part.  But I won't gloat too much - it is getting late, after all.



Ingredients:


1 bunch of kale
salt and pepper, to taste
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
D.I.Y. Steak Sauce

Preheat oven to 325 F.

Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.

Remove stems from kale and tear into large pieces.  Place in a medium bowl and drizzle with olive oil.  Season with salt and pepper.

Drizzle steak sauce over kale (about 2-3 tablespoons) and toss to coat.

Line the kale on the baking sheet in a single layer.

Bake for about 8-10 minutes, or until kale is crisp.  Watch it carefully because they can go from crisp to burnt in a blink of an eye. 


And then enjoy the best snack known to man.  Well, maybe that's pushing it... or maybe it's not.  Needless to say, these were darn tasty - so I suggest you try them soon =)  If not the kale chips, the steak sauce itself is worth the time.  I seriously put it on everything!  Have a great rest of your Wednesday night guys!

And don't forget that tomorrow is CSA Thursday so e-mail me at mtlabor85@yahoo.com with your CSA/Farmer's Market/Garden photos/blog posts and I'll include them in the round-up!

22 comments:

  1. These chips look mouth watering good! I've never made/tried kale chips, but it looks delicious! I wish my grocers would lower the dang prices on them!! =]

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  2. The kale in my garden is just about ready for harvesting, and I can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Something new to me but it looks good.

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  4. does look healthy deliciously done Peggy thank you for sharing

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  5. Kale chips are a huge trend right now, who would have thought? right? I'm on a hunt for Kale!

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  6. Ya know, I've never had kale chips, but I've always wanted to try them. Yours look amazing!

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  7. Never have had kale chips... I might just have to try this!

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  8. Tasty and and perfect snack! Steak sauce is such a great addition to this chip...

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  9. I have never tried kale chips but I will have to remedy that very soon. They sound delicious. Diane

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  10. Still have yet to make these. Thanks for the reminder!

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  11. This must have been awesomely crispy and crunchy, the pics says it all.

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  12. Ooo you definitely raised kale chips up a notch.

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  13. I have to try the steaksauce. My american "Mom" used to ship Lea & Perrins steak sauce over, but it's not made anymore and I haven't found a new favourite. I think that was the best. Do you have a favourite storebought steaksauce you can recommend??

    /Birthe

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  14. How very creative! I really like this! Nice work

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  15. Hey Peggy! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I've been wanting to try kale chips for a while too! Your description about it makes me want to try it ASAP!

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  16. What a perfect, delicious snack! I've always wanted to try them too, but still haven't attempted them. I'll have to try these soon! :)

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  17. What a great idea! BBQ sauce! How had I never thought of that? Great recipe!

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  18. I love kale chips. I always make them the same boring way - salt, pepper, olive oil. I love the idea of adding sauce. I will have to give it a go next time.

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  19. I love these chips! I usually deep-fry them & put over Kale stalks. Thks for the alternative method!

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  20. I've tried making these before and I loved them. They're crispy like potato chips, but without the greasy guilty feeling. Adding steak sauce is pretty genius. I must try it next time I make these.

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