>> 2 cups (soft) lamb's quarters stems chopped into pieces (about 6cm long)
>> 2 tbsp. flax seed oil (or oil of your choice)
>> Spices (as many as you like)
>> garlic powder
>> black pepper
>> sea salt
Wash the lamb's quarters stems and place into a bowl. Add the oil and spices and blend well.
Place parchment paper on a baking sheet and evenly spread the stems on the sheet.Sprinkle with sea salt.
Bake at 350 degrees F until crispy (or to your liking). As some ovens differ in heat distribution, ten minutes may be sufficient depending on thickness of the stems. Check frequently to avoid burning them.
I have suggested spices above but this is a recipe to can tailor to your taste preference.
When cooked crispy, roasted lamb's quarters can be broken and added to salads for extra flavour!
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