Kale & Potato Hash

October/November 2005

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Serve as a side with a steak or pork chops or set a poached egg on top for a hearty breakfast or brunch.

"I made this last night and it was SOOO good. I left out the horseradish but followed the rest of the recipe. The next morning, I scrambled some eggs and added the leftovers to the eggs. I will definitely be making this again! "
Kale & Potato Hash

17 Reviews for Kale & Potato Hash


My husband and I loved it! I only used one tablespoon of the horseradish because my husband doesn't like it...he does now. I used 2 small potatoes and they were browned in 14 minutes. He had seconds and I can't wait for my leftovers.

Quick, easy

I used sweet potato instead of regular potatoes and it was a great switch! The sweetness really was a good pairing with the kale. I also didn't have horseradish and instead I used garlic and added some onion also. I think the addition of black beans would also be tasty.


This was really tasty. It did take more like 20 minutes to brown the potatoes. I may try it again with garlic potatoes and/or use pre-washed spinach.

Tastes good, large serving, healthy

This was super tasty and easy! What a great way to use up a potato and a bunch of kale. I'll be making it over and over again for sure! The only thing I'll do differently in the future is put everything EXCEPT the kale into the skillet and let it cook; I'll add the kale when the potatoes are mostly browned (it took too long for the potatoes to brown and the kale cooked too much with all of it together). Can't wait to eat the leftovers with breakfast tomorrow!!!

I love Kale my sister loves Potatos

I made this for my sister and I, both Veggies. She really liked it, threw some ketchup on top. I did without the ketchup. We both agree that it could use some garlic but is really awesome regardless, and cheap to make.

Easy and super tasty

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