Posts Tagged ‘kale’

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Chicken Parts & Kales (What Could Be Better)

February 6, 2013

I like chicken and I like kale…so I decided to try them together and it was pretty good. Take some chicken parts (I used legs and thighs) and lay them around a roasting pan lined with the kales and pour some chicken broth (organic, veggie fed, etc) over the whole thing. Season with thyme, salt, pepper, garlic and some olive oil (I used my Olive Scene “butter” and garlic infused oils) for extra flavor. I baked it on 425 for about 45 minutes but obviously don’t overcook it (or undercook it for that matter). It was quite good and pretty simple. Enjoy!

 

 

 

Chicken Parts & Kale

Chicken Parts & Kale

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Salmon & A Kale/Spinach Saute

January 13, 2013

Tonight I cooked up a recipe similar to my several salmon recipes in the past. This one was different because I used my new favorite The Olive Scene Butter (not really butter) and Garlic Olive oil and dusted the fish with some thyme, seal the fish in foil and bake at 350 for about 20 minutes, remove from the oven, open the wrapper and top with some horseradish sauce then put it back in the oven and bake for about five more minutes. Remove from oven and let the fish rest for about five minutes.

 

When you only have a few minutes left on the fish, take a heavy pan and put some regular olive oil in the pan, heat it up and toss in some onions and chopped garlic, after the onions have started to brown toss in some spinach and toss it in the oil, when the spinach is about half done add in some kale (I used some red kale for the first time, it was amazing) and cook it all down, mixing together the ingredients vigorously. Once that is all done, serve and enjoy.

 

Salmon, Spinach & Kale

Salmon, Spinach & Kale

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Tuna Salad on Kale (or Spinach)

September 5, 2012

This is one of my favorite lunchtime meals so I figured I’d share because it is really simple, quick and not really “cooking.” This is Tuna Salad on Kale or you could use Spinach, sometimes I use both. Enjoy!

 

Mix (well) a can (or two packets) of Tuna Salad together with sugar free relish (yes it exists) and mayonnaise (I prefer Hellman’s with Olive Oil for taste) and chopped red onions together. Salt and pepper to taste. Server over Kale or Spinach, sometimes I like to mix the kale into the salad directly because it lends itself to that and then serve over Spinach, either way you can’t miss.

 

Tuna Salad Over Kale

Tuna Salad Over Kale