Along the Grapevine

Grape Leaf Chips

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Much like the popular kale chips, grape leaf chips are simply coated with oil, seasoned (salt and garlic flakes) and baked in a low oven (275 F) until crispy (about 12 minutes). They have a distinct lemony flavour, but are less substantial than the kale variety – for that reason I like them crumbled on salads, soups, rice, etc. or in a sandwich. Just note that if they sit in a salad or any other sauce, they do lose their crispiness and their flavour, so it is better to add them at the last minute.

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Author: Hilda

I am a backyard forager who likes to share recipes using the wild edibles of our area.

4 thoughts on “Grape Leaf Chips

  1. Thank you for finding my adventures with the wild grape! I am going out to pick more and crisp them in the oven!

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  2. Pingback: Wild Grape Leaves | Along the Grapevine

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