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Ok lads don’t freak out! Yes I just used the kale word! I know I know it’s probably the scariest green veggie out there! ! It’s so scary that the boogie man is scared of it! But not anymore! And I’m gonna tell you why……. This is by far the best dish I have ever had that has kale in it, no joke it is scrumdiddlyumshious! And its super duper easy to make, promise!


 So why do we have to eat kale?! Well first off you don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do, but just do me one favour, try this one and if you don’t like it then you never have to have it ever again! Fair?


Ok down to the serious stuff, kale, as scary as it may seem, acts like a super hero in your body…. Yep that’s right, its super kale! Why you may ask? Well…… I know I said this before but the vitamins in just the one cup of kale can trump a whole week’s worth of other foods as it contains 684% of the daily value of vitamin K, 206% of the suggested daily amount of vitamin A, and 134% of vitamin C. HOT DAMN! Kale is so amazing that Chuck Norris eats kale for breakfast!!


 Serves 2


2 Cups Kale

3 Red Onions

100g Creamy/ Crumbly Goats Cheese ( I like Ryefield or Five Mile Town)

2 Tbsps. Olive Oil

Spelt or Brown Rice Pasta


All righty! First things first…. Chop the red onions into strips and throw them into the frying pan with the olive oil. Turn the heat on half way and leave to cook slowly and caramelize for 15 minutes. Stir occasionally, if they look like they’re burning then throw a little water on there, not too much, just a little. Low and slow baby, low and slow.

 So while the onions are cooking boil the kettle and get your pasta on! Throw the kale into the onions and cook for a further 5 minutes.

Once all is cooked, throw the pasta into the red onions and kale and then sprinkle with the creamy crumble goats cheese. Oh baby this is gonna be good! Season with salt and pepper and serve!

 That’s it! Super simple, super cheap and super duper delicious! Just before I go…. if any of you make this please email me or send me a photo as I’d love to see and hear how you get on! Also if there were any recipes you would like to see more of just drop me a line! xxxxx


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