Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Kale Mary.

Things in my life have been moving a little fast this spring. I wouldn't have it any other way! It's been so much fun. I haven't posted at all though. Sorry about that.
I promise that I've been cooking and eating though! So I'll be catching up here soon.
To make up for my absence, I'm going to share a gem with you.
This is a recipe I've adapted from Joy The Baker (what's new, right?) It's my favorite way to eat Kale and my go-to comfort food.

It's so easy. You'll need:
1 bunch of Kale
3 tbs of olive oil or coconut oil
a few blubs or splashes of soy sauce
and 1/2 cup of carrot shavings and/or coconut shavings

1. Set your oven to 325 and line a jellyroll pan with greased foil
2. Wash and de-stem your kale and rip it into big chances
3. Toss Kale, coconut/carrots, oil, and soy sauce together and then disperse it evenly on your pan.
4. Bake for 18 min or until some pieces are crunchy while some remain a little chewy.

You can toss it half way to get more even cooking, but it's ok if you're in the shower and forget. It happens to me almost every wednesday night after turbo kick.

My favorite way to eat this is over some Quinoa, but it's delicious over rice too. This recipe makes enough for two, but I normally eat it all myself. Guilt Free.

Ps. If you don't have a rice cooker, just get one. I use my little one just about every day with for either brown rice or Quinoa.

Anyway, that's all for now!