Have made this a number of times. To healthy it up used sweet potatoes instead of white...cubed instead of shredded and added twice the horseradish. I roast the sweet potatoes under the broiler so they are browned, toasted and done. Saute shallot in skillet until soft, add sweet potatoes, fresh kale (don't micro because it gets soggy) & horseradish and cook until kale is still somewhat crispy but cooked. We love this recipe & super healthy!!!
Kale & Potato Hash
From EatingWell: October/November 2005
Serve as a side with a steak or pork chops or set a poached egg on top for a hearty breakfast or brunch.
18 Reviews for Kale & Potato Hash
I love greens but never had Kale, omg this was so good, I end up eating the whole skillet the first night. I didnt think I would like horseradish.... MMMMMM
This was a mess for me. I had to use way more than 3 tbsp oil to keep from sticking, even on med heat. The kale was overcooked to the point of being inedible before the potatoes were anywhere near being browned. The potatoes never did brown, and I took it off because the kale was starting to burn up. Ate some of it, but it didn't have any flavor. Ended up throwing the whole thing out into the yard for the birds. I don't know why my results were so different from others who had success with it.
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.
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.