Preheat the oven to 150 degrees celsius. Line 2 baking trays with baking paper.
Trim the tough stems from the kale and discard the stem. You can tear or cut the leaves into smaller bite size pieces. Wash the leaves and thoroughly dry them.
Once dried, add your favorite seasoning to the kale leaves by tossing them and making sure they are coated thorougly. I added some sea salt only. You can use garlic salt (or fresh garlic), chilli powder, curry powder, or anything that suits your fancy.
Then, arrange the leaves on the baking trays and drizzle some olive oil over the leaves.
Bake the leaves until the edges brown but are not burnt black, for about 10 to 15 minutes. Do rotate your trays at the 5 minute mark if your oven does not heat evenly. It is best to tear the leaves into uniform sizes so that they brown at the same time.
Remove the trays from the oven and let the 'chips' cool for at least 15 minutes before consuming. If you would like parmesan flavoured kale chips, do grate the parmesan over the chips once you have removed the trays from the oven.
Recipe by Un Pastiche at http://www.unpastiche.com/2013/05/baked-kale-chips.html