Posts Tagged ‘kale’
Healthy Kale and Sausage Soup
Poultry & Pork • Tags: Guest Test Kitchen, kale, October, sausage, soup, white beans
Peter is a co-worker of Amir’s who loves a healthy meal. Today he shares with you a simple, no-fuss soup that showcases one of our most beloved leafy greens–kale! This recipe would serve well as a course during a holiday meal, or even made with leftover collards from Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s Peter with the low-down.
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Lentil, Sausage and Kale Stew
Poultry & Pork • Tags: crockpot, kale, lentil, sausage, stew, Tofurkey, vegan
Weren’t we just talking about ushering in the Spring with sorbet? Well don’t judge us for posting a stew recipe today. This stew may be hearty, but it doesn’t feel too heavy to eat right now. It’s full of vegetables, lentils and sausage. Actually, that is vegan tofu sausage as this is a stew that was created a few weeks ago when Chrystal was in the middle of her vegan challenge. There have been a few vegan recipes that have popped up on the site, and usually there will be a footnote for ways to make it with real meat, if you so choose. It’s those types of quick fixes and changes that make almost any dish adaptable no matter what your eating preference may be. If you’re open to whipping up one last stew while the weather is still up in the air, here’s one to add to your list.
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Peanut and Chicken Stew, Fufu, Kelewele
Poultry & Pork • Tags: chicken, Ethnic Exploration, fufu, Ghanaian, kale, peanuts, plantains, West African, yams
Last year we ventured through Little Ethiopia, a small neighborhood in the center of Los Angeles filled with Ethiopian markets and restaurants. That Ethnic Exploration introduced us to the wonders and fun of cooking authentic East African cuisine. Ever since then, we’ve been craving more and more of it! It always proves useful to put a call out on Twitter for ideas, and many great suggestions were offered, but when our friend Esi said Ghanaian, she hit it right on the head for us. We would explore West African cuisine this time, and all of the delicious food that came with it.
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