Cheesy Spicy Goodness Kale Chips By GreenChef Juli Novotny

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I have been hectic recently consuming kale chips. I am so in love with dehydrated kale nowadays. Don’t get me wrong, I LIKE simply plain old raw kale marinated in olive oil, lemon juice and sea salt. However, dehydrated kale chips are wonderful for crunch and naturally a quick salt repair.

Nutritional Yeast is an additional among my favorite things when it pertains to making raw cheese-like comfort foods. In the world of raw meals dietary yeast is added to dishes in order to provide them a rich ‘cheesy’ flavor. To do this I normally blend lemon, sea salt and nutritional yeast (water if making a cheese sauce). Typically I’ll likewise include a red bell pepper and cashews. Then this blend enters a Vitamix or a Cuisinart until smooth.

Nutritional Yeast can likewise be contributed to a ‘cracker’ recipe in order to provide it a cheesy taste as well.

Nutritional Yeast isn’t to be puzzled with Maker’s Yeast. Both are wonderful sources of B12 (important for Vegans) however Maker’s Yeast doesn’t offer the cheesy flavor that Nutritional Yeast does.
So make certain not to perplex the 2.

Another trick to making raw comfort foods is including heat like jalapenos and/or ginger and/or garlic. This can produce the impression that the dish is actually cooked or ‘hot’. It’s an excellent choice when making soups and pates. Or when it’s cold outside. You can actually work up a sweat from combining all of the above spicy items.

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For the Kale:

2 heads of kale, washed and dried out (get rid of middle difficult stem if desire)

1/4 cup soft dates

3 Tbls olive oil

1 teaspoon sea salt

For the Raw Spicy Cashew Cheese:

1.5 red bell pepper

1 Tbls nutritional yeast

2 lemons, juiced

1/2 jalapeno

1 cups soaked cashews

1 Tbls sea salt [or less or to taste]

1. Initially, coat the kale olive oil and sea salt [you can skip this step if you ‘d such as, it’s not necessary]
2. Mix the ‘sauce’ ingredients in a vitamix until SUPER creamy.
3. Pour the sauce over the kale [coat the kale, but leave some of it in balls]
4. Last, dehydrate for 12-18 hours on a mesh tray [you can increase the mesh trays if you think that the mixture is too watery/messy. Or till SUPER duper crunch [not soft]
ENJOY – the chips need to appear like the picture when completed.

Or of cours you can Buy them already made by me, on my website Plus, I’ve great deals of various other raw goodies, including my famous Kookies!