Kale is a superfood, no argument. It’s part of the crucifer family of vegetables and is anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and packed with nutrition. If you’re looking for a way to get more kale into your diet over and above just chopping it finely and throwing it into everything (the way I do!), give this easy dish a try. Garlic, from the allium family, is also a “must-eat”. The allium family also boasts anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties and I make sure to include at least one serving from it and the crucifer family every day. If you’re avoiding alcohol, don’t worry, all the alcohol cooks off. But the red wine does give it a nice flavor. For an alternative you could try a small amount of balsamic vinegar. It will give it a different flavor, but likely just as good. Use about 1/4 cup and add more to taste.
2medium or 1 large head of organic kalestem end and central rib (if it's thick) removed
1/4cupof organic avocado oil
6clovesof organic garlicpeeled and finely chopped
2/3cupof organic vegetable stock
2/3cupof dry red wineoptional
Salt and pepper to taste
Wash and drain kale, remove stem and any thick rib, and chop into 1-inch pieces. In a large pan, heat avocado oil on medium heat. Add the garlic and lightly brown. Watch over the garlic to ensure it doesn't burn. Immediately add the kale. Turn the kale leaves over a few times to coat evenly with the oil and prevent the garlic from burning. Season with salt and pepper.
Continue to saute the kale for 3 to 4 minutes. Reduce the heat to medium-low and add the vegetable stock and red wine. Cover the pan and braise the kale in the red wine and stock until nearly all the liquid has evaporated.
After a total of 8- 10 minutes, the kale should be tender and the liquid cooked off.
Serve and enjoy!
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