If you have looked at my recipes you have probably noticed there are a few things that are really important to me about food. First I think food should be healthy, simple and easy or I (and most other people) won't make it. Also food should be an experience of delight for the senses. It should taste good for sure. Think for a moment about how your food smells and how it makes your house smell. mmmm.... I love the sound of chopping veggies and how they sizzle when I toss them in coconut oil. Most importantly it has to be pretty. If I am going to take the time to pick out the best ingredients it has to be vibrant and reflect how healthy it is going to be.
I have really started to love Kale for breakfast because it feeds all my senses. There is just something wonderful about how easy and pretty it is. You can add (or subtract) anything you want to this dish.
1 bundle Kale, washed and stemmed
2 pieces bacon, chopped (or for a no meat version just use coconut oil)
1 small onion, sliced
2 cups mushrooms
salt and pepper to taste or use braggs liquid aminos if you like that better
First chop the bacon to the size you want and cook in a skillet. While that is cooking chop the onion and then place in the skillet with the bacon and stir till the onion starts to look translucent. Add the mushrooms and cook for few minutes. Add a splash of vinegar and stir till the mushrooms have absorbed it and are tender. Add the kale and keep it moving in the skillet or it will burn. Very quickly it will cook down and become vibrant green. Place in a bowl and top with salt and pepper or braggs. Enjoy!
It is just that quick and easy!