Great recipe to incorporate loads of vitamin A and potassium into your diet, while still tasting good. I do however have a few suggestions. First, use Vegetable Broth instead of water. This makes this recipe at least twice as good compared to plain water. Choose to lowered sodium variety to stay within the healthy realm. Second, use your senses to decide when the Kale has been wilted down enough. From my experience the cook times were at least twice as long to get the right texture and consistency needed in a proper vegetarian dish. Third, try the Whole Wheat with Sweet Potato gnocchi for an added degree of complexity coupled with extra health benefits. So would I cook this again? You betcha!
Easy, Single Skillet, Inexpensive, Easily found ingredients
Made this tonight for the first time. I followed the recipe exactly as written (using spinach instead of chard), and It was delicious! Low ratings for this recipe are from spammers and people who didn't follow the recipe. I hate it when people don't follow a recipe as it is written, and then give it a low rating. This was fast, easy, and delicious!
I've been using this recipe regularly for almost two years now and my whole family loves it. You have to use the amount of garlic and onion in the recipe to get maximum flavor. I use kale instead of spinach or chard because I like the way the kale holds up.