Good evening, all!
I love kale, and simply put recipes (those who know me, know that I both have trouble in the kitchen and that I fall in stilettos) and I am so excited to follow the blog https:/www.articuleate.com
Sebby Holmes ( I reeeeaaalllly hope I spelled that correctly) is a top chef in a Thai restaurant in the UK and he has decided to share some of his top secret recipes! I was super excited to find a simply-put (meaning; it looks simple, until I try to make it) recipe for kale! He was happy to share it with you, and so am I!
Please check out articulate.com and I only hope that Sebby will let us know which restaurant (and which shifts) he works in, so that we can come visit next time we are in UK!
Thanks for reading and enjoy!
Autumn is an awesome time for produce and there is some seriously tasty stuff around at this time of year. This is a bloody easy recipe which shows off how tasty kale can be, with little to no work. Put it in a soup, stir fry, pickle it, steam it, pan fry it, deep-fry it or as I do in this recipe roast it, hell you can pretty much do anything with it if you like but I wouldn’t eat it raw, unless you’re into that kind of thing? People always say that you must wait until after the first frost to allow kale to sweeten naturally and be at its best. To this I agree, but to waiting, most certainly not! If you buy it in and it’s bitter, stick it in the freezer for a few hours, this helps sweeten and soften the leaves making them delicious to…
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