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 Recipe

15 Reviews for Kale & Potato Hash

Won Over a Greens Hater

My husband took just one bite of this delicious hash and asked, "Is there more?" Unfortunately I had halved the recipe. (I found that the kale wilted in just two minutes in my low-wattage microwave and the hash browned in just 9 minutes in a medium skillet.) Next time I'll make the full recipe for the two of us.

Delicious, Quick, Easy
SO satisfying

I must say, my boyfriend and I were very skeptical about this. He doesn't love kale and I wasn't sure if this would be a good side dish for dinner. But I can say this dish is good anytime of day. We both absolutely fell in love with this and couldn't stop eating. He actually forgot about the meat on his plate and devoured this. It's very flavorful, filling, satisfying and you feel good about eating kale. I made it exactly as the recipe says.

Flavorful, filling
Healthy and delicious!

This is very delicious and nutritious but I think next time I might add the kale halfway through the frying process so it doesn't get overcooked. Or maybe add it raw?

easy, healthy, yummy

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.


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