Making Seasoned Kale Crisps with the SEVERIN Dehydrator

Making Seasoned Kale Crisps with the SEVERIN Dehydrator

This week have challenged our family to the SEVERIN Great Oven Ban Challenge by sending me six products from their kitchen range to review. So far I have reviewed the Sous Vide and the Yoghurt Maker. Now I introduce you to their Dehydrator.

I have to admit that I have wanted one of these for a while now. I want to be able to make my own crackers, dried fruit and herbs and one of the things I crave on a regular basis (yes, really!) is kale crisps.

I have a great seasoning recipe which I use to make them much tastier than just crisping up the kale leaves. In fact, it is so tasty that Grace loves it too! Please see this underneath my video.

Kale Crisps Seasoning
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Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
4 hr 10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
4 hr 10 min
  1. 165g chopped kale
  2. 90mls tahini
  3. 30 mls tamari sauce
  4. 30 mls cider vinegar
  5. 50 mls water
  6. 2 spring onions
  7. 1 clove of garlic
  8. Juice of half a lemon
  9. 1 tsp sea salt
  10. 1 cup of fresh parsley
  1. Place the kale in a large bowl
  2. Mix the rest of the ingredients in a blender until smooth to get a thick sauce
  3. Pour the mixture over the kale and rub in to make sure that it is completely coated
  4. Place the kale in the dehydrator for 4 hours
  5. Remove and enjoy
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Our Verdict

I am really pleased with our new dehydrator. It is straightforward to use, easy to clean and I can see it becoming a regular part of our kitchen appliances.

The SEVERIN Dehydrator costs £48.99 and is available from

Disclosure: Thank you to who sent me this Severin product in order to take part in the Great Big Oven Ban and provide a review. Please note that all words, images and opinions have been formed by the owner of this blog and have not been influenced in any way. Please do not reproduce any of the content or images on this post without prior agreement from Verily Victoria Vocalises.

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  1. April 16, 2016 / 3:16 pm

    Hi Victoria, now this is one appliance I have toyed about getting and wondered if they actually work. We do dry our own meat to make biltong and I enjoy dried fruit like apples, bananans and berries, but some of them aren’t cheap. My husband made the biltong drier, but it’s a little big for fruit. Will seriously have to consider it now.

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