Do You Know These About Kale?
It is claimed that kale comes from the Eastern Mediterranean and Asia.
Starting from 2000 BC, kale is cultivated for eating and took its place in the tables.
Curly leaf cabbage varieties, in 4th century BC, was present in Greece with flat-leaved varieties.
The oldest cabbage record in Western Europe belongs to hard cabbage that appeared in the 13th century.
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What Are Kale Chips?
Kale chips are snacks that are baked at a low temperature until crispy with olive oil. These healthy and low-carb cabbage leaves are rich in minerals such as vitamins A and C, protein, fiber, and iron.
Kale chips can be customized with various seasonings or sauces. For this, you can take a look at our article 'Fresh Herbs and Spices'.
What To Serve with Kale Chips?
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Baked Kale Chips:
How To Store Kale Chips?
Homemade baked kale chips are best consumed fresh. However, it can be stored at room temperature or in the refrigerator. To keep kale chips crispy, let them cool completely before storing. You can store the cabbage chips that you flavor with dry spices such as salt and pepper at room temperature in an airtight place for a few days. You can store the cabbage chips with cheese or sauce in the refrigerator in an airtight container or freezer bag.