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Kale & yams mash

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by Veganite, Aug 16, 2018.

  1. Veganite
    Meh

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    I have tested this recipe recently. It was amazing!

    Kale & Yams Mash (
    From the Happy Herbivore's cookbook)
    Serves two

    Ingredients:
    2 cups kale, stems removed
    1 medium yam, peeled and cubed
    Fat-free soymilk or other non-dairy milk
    1 tsp raw agave nectar
    1 tsp chili powder
    ½ tsp ground cumin
    ¼ tsp garlic powder
    A pinch of dried oregano
    Red pepper flakes as desired
    A pinch of onion flakes – optional
    Hot sauce as desired – optional
    Directions:
    1. Steam kale until dark green and wilted
    (about 15-17 minutes).
    2. Meanwhile, bring a large pot of water to
    a boil and add yams.
    3. Boil yams until fork tender, but not
    waterlogged (about 8 minutes).
    4. Drain yams, return them to the pot, and
    mash manually or with an electric mixer.
    5. Add splashes of soymilk or other nondairy
    milk as needed to achieve desired
    consistency.
    6. Cover and set aside, on a warm burner if
    possible, and prepare kale.
    7. If steamed kale is watery, gently press
    the water out.
    8. Transfer kale to a blender and add 1 tbsp
    water, chili powder, agave, cumin, garlic,
    oregano, red pepper flakes, and optional
    onion, and whiz until smooth and pastelike,
    about 10 seconds.
    9. Add the kale mixture to the yam mixture
    and add hot sauce if using. Stir to
    combine and serve.

    Note: This recipe also works well as a burrito
    filling when paired with black beans or chickpeas.
     
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  2. Emma JC
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    Emma JC Active Member

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    mmmm sounds good

    Emma JC
     

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