Penny2017-09-02T14:34:51+00:00 Total Recipe Views: 4,828 Crispy Seaweed By Penny Vegetable, Vegetarian Chinese September 2, 2017 A favourite from the Chinese but it's so easy to make make at home Prep: 10 mins Cook: 5 mins Yields: 4 servings Ingredients 1 kg curly kale 1 tspn salt 0.5-1tspn Chinese 5 spice 2 tspn light brown sugar Oil for frying Directions 1Mix the salt sugar and five spice in a small bowl 2Remove the stalks from the kale 3Wash and thoroughly dry the kale 4Finely shred the leaves. 5Heat the oil in a wok until smoking 6Add the kale in batches and cook quickly until crispy 7Remove them as soon as they crisp and put on on kitchen towel to drain cool. 8 Put the kale in to a bowl and sprinkle with the salt, sugar , five spice mix 9ServeAny dark green leaf cabbage would work close full screen 00:00 24 Reviews Feed your family for about £20 a week. September 5, 2017 Yes and it’s whatever Chinese restaurant would use or they’d use pak choi or a dark green leafy cabbage . It’s not actually seaweed Leonie Clarke September 5, 2017 Its not seaweed! It’s fried kale Damian Farr September 4, 2017 Lol told you every day is a school day! Sarah Slaven September 3, 2017 Ruth Wright Katie Lawrie September 3, 2017 Nicola Smith that stuff you like! Gaz N Sam Cook September 3, 2017 Kirsty Cook Antje Bebbington September 3, 2017 This works great in the air fryer, too: rip up kale, take out stalks, wash and spin, mix in oil, salt and sugar and “fry” in batches at 180 C for 5 mins. Kale Chips. Lisa Mclaughlin September 3, 2017 Terry Stalker Laura Williams September 3, 2017 Anita Williams Rachelle Williams Feed your family for about £20 a week. September 3, 2017 Either , I tend to shallow Debbie Broadley September 3, 2017 Do you deep fry or just shallow in a bit of oil? Toni Codi Maines September 3, 2017 Mmmm thank you xx Gay Outhwaite September 2, 2017 Tina Mulligan Tanya Harland September 2, 2017 Toni Codi Maines Anna Taylor September 2, 2017 Yeah it is. You can do it in the oven too, you just need to keep a good eye on it as it can burn real easy. Katie Pemberton September 2, 2017 I always thought it was cabbage? Andrew Geoffrey Burgess September 2, 2017 So is Kale the stiff they use at the Chinese then? Mike Robinson September 2, 2017 Gemma Robinson Tamsyn Gillian September 2, 2017 Leah Buttery seaweed xx Terri Smith September 2, 2017 Dane Bleasdale Julie Ann Stephenson September 2, 2017 Ashton Stephenson Vicky Thomson September 2, 2017 Alison Thomson Feed your family for about £20 a week. September 2, 2017 Lynnette , what’s the chicken dish ? P Lynne McPherson September 2, 2017 yummy we have this from Chinese with chicken cheese mushroom so now just need to figure out how to make the chicken dish lol Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.