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Portuguese Potato & Kale Soup

January/February 1993, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 3.3 (19 votes)

Collard or mustard greens can be substituted for the kale in this flavorful soup.



READER'S COMMENT:
"My new favourite way to eat kale! I was only able to find spicy turkey sausage, so that's what I used. I kept the skins on the potatoes and cubed instead of slicing them. I added a little cayenne for extra heat. I was amazed at how...
Portuguese Potato & Kale Soup Recipe

2 Reviews for Portuguese Potato & Kale Soup

11/17/2010
Anonymous

My new favourite way to eat kale! I was only able to find spicy turkey sausage, so that's what I used. I kept the skins on the potatoes and cubed instead of slicing them. I added a little cayenne for extra heat. I was amazed at how flavourful and delicious this soup turned out!

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04/17/2010
Anonymous

This looks like a good recipe, and I will try it. Unfortunately, I'm quite surprised that anyone would call this PORTUGUESE Potato & Kale Soup, and then require Chorizo as an ingredient ... ??? That is culturally insensitive. Kinda funny though ... the recipe is noted at the bottom that Chorizo is of Mexican background ...!?! Why not call it Mexican Potato and Kale Soup (or substitute a different green)? Then you could post this recipe with LINGUICA as the meat ingredient because it is a meat that Portuguese people eat with traditional soups and stews,etc.

With the Linguica included, this will truly have a Portuguese flavor and be VERY tasty -- not necessarily better than Chorizo ... just different and authentic as a Portuguese dish!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

Emeril Lagasse, who is of

Emeril Lagasse, who is of Portuguese, also has a recipe for Caldo Verde. He also uses chorizo. So enough with the corrections.

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