Recipe: Crispy ‘seaweed’ kale with sesame seeds

Here it is: the final part in my trilogy of fabulous, fresh vegetable dishes. Kale has gained a reputation in recent years for being a bit ‘worthy’ – but there’s nothing of the #eatclean movement about this recipe. It’s a crunchy, salty, garlicky pile of joy which evokes those foil tubs of crispy ‘seaweed’ you get from the Chinese takeaway.
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Recipe: Kale and butterbean stew

This is an outrageously quick and simple weeknight supper – from pan to plate in 15 minutes. I’m almost embarrassed to post it here, because it is so basic – but it’s a useful, adaptable recipe which I hope will prove useful. The kale can be substituted with whatever leafy greens you have in the fridge. You might want to at least double the quantity of the greens if you’re using something water-heavy like spinach, as it will wilt down.
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