A keeper! I had this week and am finally getting to review it... YUM! The only problem is I had no idea how much kale- 1 1/2 lbs seemed like soooo much! So I just used one gigantic bowlful, lightly steamed instead of boiled. I halved the other ingredients, except the garlic, which (tastily) resulted in me becoming a walking vampire repellant LOL. Oh, and it's great without vinegar too- because I forgot it :-) thanx!!!
Incredible. Absolutely fabulous. Instead of boiling the kale, I sauteed it in several TBS olive oil with the onions and garlic. I also added a chopped up/ leftover baked potato. The balsalmic vinegar added the perfect flavor. I cannot wait until the next potluck so I can offer this dish.
This was a yummy and healthy recipe. However, I did not use all of the kale either. I also added diced, fire-roasted tomatoes and extra garlic. Next time I think I will sautee the onions, garlic, and kale witht the balsamic.
I have never tried kale before, but purchased some at the farmer's market. This was a great recipe, especially for first timers. I really appreciate the instruction to remove the leaves from the stem. A lot of people may know this already, but I didn't. I tried making beet greens before and they were quite bitter, (I think because I didn't remove the stems!) This is a good tasting and healthy recipe. Thanks!
I did this recipe exactly as it says, except I used a brown onion instead of a sweet onion. I'm a little bit confused still about this recipe, especially as to which vinegar to use: cider or balsamic. They taste totally different, so how can it be interchangeable?! Maybe that is why the dish didn't really "pop" to us. Next time I'll try with balsamic vinegar.
Not sure why this dish didn't stand out for me, as I love kale and black eyed peas. I think if I make this again I'll double the kale and keep the peas the same.
I didn't have kale, so I used collard greens sliced thin and cooked for about 25 minutes, because they are a little tougher than kale. It turned out great! Had it with oven-fried drumsticks and cornbread. Definitely a menu we will repeat.
I left out the vinegar, as my husband hates the stuff. I really loved the resulting dish! I'll definitely make it again.