In an effort to eat more healthy I’ve been adding more greens to our diet. However salad can get old. So I decided to make some wilted garlic greens as a side to dinner the other night. Deliciousness! Unless you ask my husband. He thinks they taste like weeds. But he’s not really into greens.
This week is the first week of the Eat Clean 2014 Challenge that I am doing with a group of bloggers. Each week for a month we will be bringing you clean eating recipes. Not only does this give you some ideas on how to eat clean, but it also helps us to be more aware of what we are eating.
This week I am sharing a quick, easy side to any meal. Garlic greens. They are super yummy. You can use any greens you want. I used kale this time, but I have also used spinach in the past.
- 5 oz baby kale (about 5 loose cups)
- 1 tsp coconut oil
- 1 tsp minced garlic
- Melt coconut oil in a pan over medium to low heat.
- Add the garlic and cook until garlic turns a light brown.
- Using large handfuls, fill up your pan with kale. It won't all fit at once, but once the kale starts to wilt you can add more. Stir kale until it is all wilted.
See? Super easy.
This recipe serves two people. Check out how much the kale cooked down.
The bowl on the left was full. And that little plate is the finished product. Crazy huh? So if you’re want to feed a crowd you’re going to need A LOT of greens.
Be sure to check out some of the delicious recipes linked below from fell Eat Clean 2014 bloggers.
Rosemary Pita Bread with Roasted Red Pepper Hummus from Clarks Condensed
Roasted Sweet Pepper Dip from Keep it Simple, Sweetie
Clean Cobb Salad from Cooking with Curls
Blueberry Almond Chia Seed Pudding from Delightful E Made
Easy Spinach & Egg White Omelette from Yummy Healthy Easy
Fire Ants on a Log Recipe from Project Domestication
Taco Stuffed Avocado with Avocado Salsa from Yours And Mine Are Ours
Paleo Biscuits Recipe from My Natural Family
Grilled Zucchini from Bite of Delight
Orange Chicken with Chickpeas Stirfry from My Daylights
Tropical Smoothie Bowl – Je suis alimentageuse
Greek Salad~ Tips From a Typical Mom
Stir Fry Tofu and Vegetables in Chile Sauce from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
Lazy Summer Salsa Recipe from Everyday Southwest
Mommy’s Mean Clean Green Popsicles by Life As Mrs. Larson
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