Kale is the current wonder food, growing up, I didn’t even know what Kale was, and my mother never brought it home. So if you are like me and are unfamiliar with kale, here are some facts,
- Kale is considered to be a superfood and one of the most nutrient-dense food on the planet earth. Did that shock you?
- It is in the cruciferous vegetable family, just like broccoli, cauliflower, and brussels sprouts.
- There are actually a lot of different types of kale, including purple, green (the most common) and the stems could be curly or straight.
- Kale is rich in antioxidants, including beta-carotene and Vitamin C.
- Kale helps reduce cholesterol.
- Kale is one of the best vitamin K sources, Vitamin K which is great for blood clotting and helping the body absorb calcium.
- Kale is known to help the body fight cancer.
- Kale is high in beta carotene, which helps a body generate Vitamin A.
- Kale has also been shown to help an individual lose weight since it’s a dense food and makes your body feel full after eating.
So, make some Kale chips they are a healthy and nutritious alternative to potato chips and they are so easy to make in your air fryer,
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Make some Kale chips they are a healthy and nutritious alternative to potato chips and they are so easy to make in your air fryer.
- 1 bunch of kale
- 2–3 tablespoons of olive oil
- 1–2 teaspoons salt
- Start by washing and drying the kale.
- Cut the kale, by slicing near the spine of the kale.
- As you cut the kale leaves place, them into a small mixing bowl.
- Add the olive oil, and salt, and use your hands to rub the olive oil over the leaves.
- Place the leaves into your air fryer basket or tray. Set the temperature to 375 degrees F, for 4-6 minutes.