Last week we talked about why cabbage is awesome. Here's one more way to enjoy this underappreciated winter vegetable: as crispy, oven-baked chips!
The recipe, from this month's Bon Appetit, is a variation on the usual kale chips, made with beautifully crinkled Savoy cabbage leaves baked slowly in a low oven until crisp. The big, dark leaves would make a striking party snack or unusual side dish for lunch or dinner.Of course, kale and cabbage aren't the only greens that can be turned into chips. Earlier this year we shared 7 more leafy greens that can be turned into chips.
• Get the recipe: Savoy Cabbage Chips at Bon Appetit
More Greens Chips from The Kitchn
- How To Make Kale Chips at Home
- Snack Recipe: Cheesy Yet Vegan Kale Chips
- Last Minute Appetizer: Crispy Brussels Sprouts Chips
What greens do you like to turn into chips?
Related: Love Kale Chips? Try Grilled Kale
(Image: Ditte Isager/Bon Appetit)