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Haloumi and Chilli Kale Chips

Haloumi Chilli Kale Chips

Kale chips have become a habit at our place on the weekends. They make the best chips I have ever tasted. Insanely more-ish.  Last year we had three kale plants in the garden and it was not enough to keep our chip habit going. This month I have planted 3 varieties of kale, with a total of 12 plants. That should keep us going 🙂  Autumn is the perfect time to plant Kale so get yours in now too. 

I was sure that I was the last to realise how good they are so I didn’t bother writing up my recipe here. However, lots of people have asked me how I make them so here it is…..read on

Kale Chips

If you are yet to give Kale Chips a try I urge you to wait no longer. They are a little salty, have a little chilli kick and the creaminess of the haloumi makes this snack one of the ones that you have to slap hands away from the bowl. Not such a bad thing given that they are super healthy.  I leave the chilli off for the kids.

Kale Chips Haloumi and Chilli

For a flavor variation try swapping the Haloumi for Parmesan.

Are you a fan of Kale chips?  What is your preferred flavoring?

Kyrstie

 

 

 

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  • Krista April 27, 2014, 2:00 pm

    Oh my lands, I never thought of adding haloumi to kale chips!! What a perfectly splendid idea. 🙂 My hubs is building me cages to protect my kale plants because they keep getting eaten!! I’m so looking forward to big, healthy plants so I can make chips regularly too. 🙂

    • Kyrstie Barcak April 29, 2014, 10:55 am

      Krista I have had great success planting sage around them to protect from the moths (if that is what is getting them).

  • Lizzy (Good Things) April 27, 2014, 8:42 pm

    Yummy! We are growing kale, so this might be a good way to try it! Tell me, will it survive our frosts?

    • Kyrstie Barcak April 29, 2014, 10:54 am

      Hi Lizzy, they are a cool weather veg so should be fine. We don’t really get frosts here like you would do though!

  • e / dig in hobart April 29, 2014, 11:18 am

    yum – haloumi AND kale! first i just need to grow my kale.
    can i add that peter cundall believes kale improves AFTER it gets hit by a good frost. it does seem to grow better when the really cold weather happens here – i’ve grown it pretty successfully thru a cold tassie winter. and who are we to argue with peter cundall?

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