Healthy Chips Kale For Diabetic People
What is kale and its amazing healthy benefit:
Kale is very healthy and nutritious vegetable around the world. Kale chips are also very essential for diabetic people.
This is an example of what kale looks like before it is cooked or dressed.
When you have diabetes, you need to take good care of yourself, and one of the ways you can do that is through diet. There are plenty of foods out there that you know of that are right for you, such as broccoli and cauliflower. There is one vegetable that is really good for you, but you have probably never heard of it. That vegetable is kale. Kale is a green that looks like the love child of broccoli and romaine lettuce. It is full of vitamins and calcium. It is in season year round and therefore it is a good thing to have in your health arsenal. While it does not taste particularly delicious plain and straight, it works great when you work with it and incorporate it into meals. Here are some ideas that you can use when brainstorming ways to use kale.
Proper and Easy way to make Kale:
Kale chips, Sounds strange, tastes delicious. I recently made these in my kitchen, and everyone loved them. I have some friends that are not into health foods such as tofu and such that I usually cook with it. But they tried these kale chips, and they loved them! You will need a bundle of kale, oven, cookie sheet, salt, and olive oil. Take the kale and cut it off the stems. Rinse it off with lukewarm water and then laid out to dry. If you are too impatient to wait for it to dry on its own, then take a kitchen towel and dry each piece. You have to go piece by piece because the water gets into the little nooks and crannies of the leaves and that could hinder the way it bakes. Once it is all dry, then rip the pieces up, so they are about bite-size. Put them all in a bowl and drizzle a good amount of olive oil over the leaves and then mix it around, so they all have some oil on them. Cover a cookie sheet with tin foil and preheat the oven to 325 degrees. When the kale has oil on it, then take the pieces and spread them out on the cookie sheet. Get your salt and sprinkle it over the entire sheet so that each piece has some. Personally, I like using garlic salt, but it is up to you what you like. Then put them in the oven for about 15 minutes, or until they begin to shrivel and the edges become brown. Let them cool, and enjoy!
That is my favorite recipe involving kale. It is fantastic in green smoothies as well. Kale can be used in pasta, enchiladas, polenta, stews, omelets, and salads. It all depends on what your favorite foods are.