Simple Steamed Kale
Sometimes you just have to keep things simple. This recipe is SIMPLE. Sometimes it's the simple things that make the world go 'round... not that I'm implying that gravity (or more literally: Conservation of angular momentum) is simple. Please, don't try to explain it to me, I don't want to know!!! I'm just saying that I tend to OVER flavor foods at times and I LOVE that! I want so much garlic and ginger that the dish burns my throat. Jason wants noodles with earth balance spread and salt. What? So we compromise at times. Here's a steamed kale recipe that's so simple I stumbled upon it by accident. I was working with a patient at their home and they didn't own any spices. I was stuck with garlic powder and low sodium soy sauce. We ate this recipe with brown rice and we were very pleased. The simple things... like gravity or Conservation of angular momentum.
- 1 package kale, pre-chopped (or 1 bunch)
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tbsp braggs liquid aminos (or low sodium soy sauce)
- Wash, de-stem, and chop kale into bite size pieces (or buy pre chopped kale).
- In a large heavy pan bring ½ cup water to a boil. Add kale and reduce heat to medium-low and cook for 3-5 minutes stirring occasionally until kale is softened and water has mostly evaporated.
- Add liquid aminos and garlic powder and stir to combine.
- When kale is soft and slightly wilted, remove from heat and serve.
- This tastes great over brown rice or potatoes.