Kale and Sausage Sauté

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60 MIN
4 SERVING
Hard

PROTEIN

129 g

CARBS

327 g

CALORIES

2931 kcal

SUGAR

44 g

cholesterol

741 mg

FAT

47 g

Ingredients

Serving

yukon gold potatoes

4 potato large

italian sausages

455 g

onion

2 medium

garlic cloves

1 clove

oregano

1 tsp, ground

kale

3 cup, chopped

diced tomatoes

3 medium

Kale and Sausage Sauté

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Instructions

Step 1

Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

Wash potatoes and prick liberally with a fork (for venting steam when baking).

Step 3

Bake potatoes for about 1 hour until tender.

Step 4

With about 15 minutes left until potatoes are finished baking, place Italian sausage, garlic, oregano, and green onions in a fry pan and cook until sausage is browned.

Step 5

Add tomatoes and kale. Sauté until kale is bright green and warmed.

Step 6

Serve baked potatoes sliced open with a generous spoonful of kale and sausage sauté over top.

Simplistically delicious. This small phrase is my new theme for summer food as well as my garden. I’ve recently begun to incorporate easy-to-grow garden plants like red or rainbow chard, kale, and peppers into my edible landscape.

This recipe fulfills all of the requirements of being simple as well as nutritious. The allure of its easy colorful presentation makes it kid-friendly (or kale-hater friendly), so your children won’t balk at trying this amazing leafy green. It’s farm-fresh comfort food and truly is simplistically delicious.

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