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We enjoyed this with a couple of amendments. There needed to be a fair bit more salt, odd for me because i don't usually add salt to food. (It was pretty bland before i "upped" the salt. i added A. Vogel's Herbamare because i wanted to add flavour while keeping sodium as low as possible.) i also used whey butter instead of lard.<br/>Directions for trimming the kale would have been helpful. i'm accustomed to eating kale, and have even eaten boerenkool, but hadn't prepared it straight from the field before.<br/>The kale didn't need to be cooked quite as long as directed. Next time, i'd cook the potatoes on the bottom and kale on the top, as suggested in another recipe. That said, it was a lovely dish and enjoyable with leftovers -- at least at my place. ;)<br/>i had Hungarian sausage on hand so i used that in place of kielbasa (because a Christmas "snacker" ate it before i could prepare this). The smokiness will be a welcome addition another time but the Hungarian did just fine.

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Ciocia Laura January 10, 2015

i cooked the sausage with the kale and poatotes im glad you had this recipe ive only cooked kale in soup , i didnt know that it would take so long to cook this is really good 1 added butter not lalaard not opposed to just didnt have any good flavor zaar 6 tour

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Dienia B. June 30, 2010
Stampot Van Boerenkool Met Worst (Kale With Potatoes and Sausage