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Vegan Kale Miso Chips

Allotment gardening is many things. It’s a chance to hit the fresh air, get some exercise and chill out.

It’s also a chance to grow stuff to eat. When we started we grew things that were very logical. Potatoes, tomatoes, beans etc.

But over time we decided to target our crops very specifically. We grew courgette flowers a specific personal delicacy. We grew purple foods cos I love the colour. We grew broad beans and parsnips that are less easy to get in the shops.

This year we targeted another tasty treat.


It’s the latest superfood, much celebrated by the Jamies, Nigellas and celebrity chefs.

We had it once in a vegetarian restaurant.

It was divine.

So today’s the day when I picked our first crop.


I used this recipe. In part because we’ve got a dehydrator but there are plenty of oven recipes too. The other reason was we had all but one of the ingredients.


dehydrator recipe


These ingredients for the coating didn’t look so great. but I wasn’t disappointed.


Mind you. One important tip. Make sure you wash the kale really carefully.
That’d be the kale snail!!!!



15 comments on “Vegan Kale Miso Chips

  1. lindaswildlifegarden
    August 12, 2014

    Reblogged this on Linda's wildlife garden and commented:
    Cool post Liz will have to look for oven recipe as do not have one have a blessed day


  2. AnnetteM
    August 12, 2014

    Your kale looks really good and healthy, but seems you have been sharing some of it! So do the resulting chips have a really strong taste? I used to cook Kale all the time but them somehow forgot about it. Thanks for the reminder, I’ll bet it is full of iron?


  3. bcparkison
    August 12, 2014

    Looks like Red Russan Kale. We grew some last year that was really good. this year -another kind- not so good. the bugs got it all.


    • lizard100
      August 12, 2014

      I think it’s cavelo Nero but I could be wrong. Suffice to say that’s what I ‘thought’ I was growing : )


  4. Rambling Woods
    August 13, 2014

    Love a kale snail!


  5. Joanna Dobson
    August 13, 2014

    We are just about to do our first kale harvest. This will be on my list of recipes for sure!


    • lizard100
      August 13, 2014

      It’s delicious and very flavorful. And you can make it in the oven too. I think I’m going to mix a jar full of the paste and use it like that.


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  7. hannanhelmet
    August 28, 2014

    I just made some tahini and beanut butter kale crisps. Have to try these next 🙂


    • lizard100
      August 28, 2014

      That sound good. Beanut?


      • hannanhelmet
        August 29, 2014

        Yep, just mix a few table spoons of some oil (coconut etc) and beanut butter and add kale cut in small pieces and mix.


  8. lizard100
    August 30, 2014

    I’d just never heard of beanut butter and can’t find it.


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  10. Grower
    April 24, 2015

    Yay! Something more to try with my dehydrator. I’ve saved the recipe and will most likely adapt it to ingredients I have on hand. Thanks for sharing it.

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