Friday, 27 January 2017

kale and potato hash with sumac, thyme and cumin

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kale and potato hash with sumac, thyme and cumin


kale and potato hash with sumac, thyme and cumin

Cold weather calls for comforting bowl food, and recipes that are packed with flavour and immune boosting ingredients. The kale is the star of this dish, adding a super green ferrous bite that complements the sharp citrus of the sumac, and warming earthiness of cumin and thyme.

A great recipe to use up any leftover baked or boiled potatoes or cooked kale. On the table in less than half an hour - all that's needed is to decide what to top your kale and potato hash with. I like to serve this with a spoonful or 2 of thick yogurt and an extra sprinkling of sumac, but a fried egg would be a very welcome addition, as would a crumbling of a sharp fresh cheese, such as feta, or soft grilled tomatoes. The choice is yours...



serves: 4 

preparation and cooking time: 30 minutes 
recipe by Ema at De Tout Coeur Limousin 
suitable for vegetarian, vegan, gluten free diet 

ingredients:

2 handfuls kale - washed and finely chopped
250g cooked potatoes (leftover baked or boiled potatoes) chopped
1 onion, thinly sliced
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 tbsp sumac
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp chopped fresh thyme leaves
1 tbsp oil
salt and pepper

method:


heat the oil in a large frying pan, add the sliced onion, cumin seeds and thyme and fry until the onions are softened and caramelized on the edges.


stir in the crushed garlic and sumac, then add the chopped potato and kale. Continue to cook until the kale is softened, and the potatoes are golden brown. Check for seasoning, adding salt and pepper taste. Serve hot. 





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17 comments:

  1. This sounds amazing. I love sumac and any recipes with a new idea for kale are always welcome!

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    1. thank you. I love trying out new recipes using sumac - would love to see some of your favourites...

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  2. This sounds delicious! I have loads of sumac at home but haven't done much with it yet - must give this a go. #CookBlogShare

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    1. thanks Mandy - do let me know if you give it a go

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  3. This looks and sounds delicious. I have sumac in my cupboard, but I am never sure what to do with it - this has given me some ideas!! :-) Eb x

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    1. that's so kind of you to say - thanks Eb x

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  4. Lovely! I've always looked at sumac in the spice aisle and then didn't buy it because I wasn't sure what to use it on - this definitely inspires me!

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    1. thank you Ali - let me know how you get on using it.

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  5. Wow this sounds lovely! I've never used sumac (and don't have any in my cupboard - yet) but I think I might have to try after seeing this recipe. #CookBlogShare

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    1. thank you - such a lovely citrussy ingredient. Hope you enjoy

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  6. I love kale, it is such a fantastic vegetable. This dish looks delicious. Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare x

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    1. me too - love dark green leafy veg - so good for us too. Thanks so much for your comments x

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    2. me too - love dark green leafy veg - so good for us too. Thanks so much for your comments x

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  7. It looks gorgeous! I love sumac but this has reminded me that I haven't used it in my kitchen for months! That will definitely have to be remedied!

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    1. thank you Corina - I love trying out new herbs and spices - always adds a bit more creativity to my cooking.

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  8. This looks incredible!! Such a simple idea but not one I would have come with. Thanks for sharing and inspiring :-)

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    1. thank you Debbie, such lovely comments :)

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