At Bite Size Wellness we strive to bring you the best of health and wellness one bite at a time. If you think about it, each day is made up of little bites that we make, say, see and do for our healthy lifestyle.
We put that all of those ideas together here.
Sometimes that includes jumping for joy over a clever recipe like these Savoy Cabbage Chips from Epicurious.
Personally, we think crispifying everything is generally a good idea as you saw with last week’s crunchy chickpea recipe. It’s only time before romaine lettuce chips are the in snack. #justsaying
We are no stranger to savoy cabbage. The rugged looking member of the cabbage family has its own flavor profile that is slightly sweet and pairs well with a pinch of salt. And, for that reason, we find this recipe to make a very elegant snack to create with your leftover cabbage.
Is it snack time yet?
- 1 savoy cabbage, cored, leaves separated, small leaves reserved for another use
- Kosher salt
- Preheat oven to 200°F.
- Working in several batches, cook cabbage leaves in a large pot of boiling salted water just until translucent and bright green, about 2 minutes per batch.
- Using a large slotted spoon, immediately transfer leaves to a large bowl of ice water; let cool.
- Drain cabbage leaves well and dry thoroughly.
- Set a wire rack inside each of 2 large rimmed baking sheets. Arrange cabbage leaves on racks in a single layer.
- Bake until completely dry and crisp, about 3 hours.
- Season with salt.
Have you ever made cabbage chips? What is your favorite healthy chip-like snack?
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