Veggies get such a bad reputation: they’re too tough, not tasty enough, too bitter or just not what we feel like eating when we sit down for a quick bite. With this recipe, you are guaranteed to feel differently! This recipe is inspired by the way that Ethiopian cuisine tailors their veggies. Tossed in with onion, garlic, ginger and thyme, this recipe offers a simple, and palatable serving of kale that will be you and your family’s go to when needing to get a hardy serving of veggies for the day.
Yield: 12 servings
Total Time: 30 Minutes Prep Time: 20 Minutes Cook Time: 10 Minutes
- 6 bunches Fresh Lacinato Kale
- Fresh Thyme (3 Bunches)
- Onion (4 whole)
- Garlic (1 whole Clove)
- Ginger (1 large root)
- Safflower Oil
Method of Preparation:
- Wash and de-stem kale. Chop up.
- Dice up garlic, onion, and ginger
- Heat safflower oil and add thyme, garlic, ginger and onion to sauté pan
- When caramelized, add in water (amount depends on pan size, veggie amount)
- Let simmer and then add chopped kale, sauté/steam till tender and water has evaporated
- Add salt to taste. Enjoy!