I get a weekly veg box delivered, and for some reason they are obsessed with sending me kale. I have no idea what to do with this tough and tasteless vegetable. Any ideas?
import knife as k import cutting_board as cb import pot_with_boiling_water_for_spaghetti as pwbwfs kale = input() leaf_only = k.cat_out_stems(kale, surface=cb) pwbwfs.import(leaf_only) pwbwfs.import( external(spaghetti) ) pwbwfs.cook(20*60e3*ms) print("Enjoy")
OK, so this is what all recipes should look like! But, where’s the olive oil and garlic? Surely that must feature?
Kale does really well with pork I find.
Bacon and kale (fried in the bacon fat - ESSENTIAL) is a nice base for a breakfast - sits pretty well in the precarious position between actually tasting good and not being TOO difficult to spin as ‘healthy’.
I’ll chuck a few other random things with that (couple of eggs on the side usually) and it makes for a solid breakfast!
I’ve used it in omelettes before, but that was a mistake.
Yeah I can see bacon working here. Not sure I can quite stand the idea of kale for breakfast though, it feels like starting the day on a note of sadness somehow.
Welcome to the new community btw!
I have to say that does actually look pretty good.
I love the fact that this topic has the second most views of all topics in this forum (after the introduction thread)
Kale is used in a traditional Nothern German winter dish (like in this recipe), and I really like it. Was surprised when it became Hipster food and started being used in Smoothies, though
The common theme is that you have to add flavour. Bacon and loads of mustard - excellent!