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Recipes: Week 19

Posted 10/9/2017 10:12am by John and Aimee Good.


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The kale is growing beautifully this fall, and we will have it in the share again this week. If you feel like you need some new ideas for your kale, check out this link:
 I am really excited to try the sweet potato/kale/quinoa fritters! Also kale pesto pizza! I love pesto and enjoy making it out of basil, cilantro, and arugula, but have not tried kale yet. I will soon!
Let me know if you have any kale recipes you love to share!
Our 2 house favorite kale recipes are as follows:
Steamed kale with balsamic vinaigrette:
Devein, chop finely, and steam kale until bright green and tender. Meanwhile mince 1 clove garlic and cook gently in small pan with 2-3 tbsp. olive oil. When garlic is fragrant, remove from heat and add 1 tbsp. balsamic vinegar or balsamic reduction and 1 tsp. tamari soy sauce. Pour over kale and serve.
Sausage, onions and kale:
Cook a nicely spiced sausage, such as Chorizo, Hot Italian, etc. in a heavy skillet (like cast -iron). When done, remove sausage to plate. Drain off all but a few tbsp. of fat. Add one large thinly sliced onion and cook for a few minutes, until translucent. Add one bunch kale (de-veined and chopped) and saute until bright green and tender. Other optional veg. additions: chopped sweet pepper and/or tomato, frozen sweet corn, roasted sweet potatoes or potatoes, etc. Add sausage back to skillet and serve. Enjoy!

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John and Aimee Good

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