I heard that kale has an ANDI score of 1000, so I bought some. Now how do I cook it?
Remove any hard stalks and either leave the kale whole and boil it in a small amount of slightly salted water for five minutes, drain and serve or you can shred the leaves and use them in stir frys.
I once had Kale and it was gross. I must have cooked it wrong or something, I just remember it making me feel sick. I bet its nice mixed in with stir fry though lol
Thanks all. I ended up boiling the kale and then added salt and vinegar after I took it out of the water. It tasted good. Definitely don't want the stem (that will not taste as good). Next time, I will try the stir fry way (perhaps that way will preserver more of the nutrients).
I just separate the greenery from the tougher stems, and steam it until it's wilted. Then you can toss it with a bit of garlic flavored olive oil, or just serve as-is.
My daughter has also used it as salad greens - raw & chopped - with some vinaigrette.
A cool-weather super-food, kale is packed with vitamins. Enjoy it raw in salads, braised or stir-fried as a side dish, or incorporate it into a fantastic vegetable pie. read more
Try this recipe: http://nikk0.hubpages.com/hub/yam-and-kale-soup-recipe
So easy and so delicious! And SO healthy for you, too.
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