This is a quick and easy recipe for sautéing pretty much any green. This time I had a big bag of mixed greens, but this would’ve been good for any of the greens alone in the mix as well. Serve with a peppery vinegar sauce to take it to the next level of deliciousness!
- 1 Lb greens
- 1 garlic clove chopped
- 1 T butter
- 1 T olive oil
- Salt and pepper
1. First add butter and oil into your largest sauté pan. Also add your chopped garlic and turn on medium high heat.
2. Next, add your greens to the pan. Today, I’m working with kale, Swiss chard, and spinach!
3. I know it looks like waaaay too much food for the pan, but trust me, it’s going to wilt into practically nothing! This is seriously a serving for two people. You’re going to stir it around every little bit to help the cooked leaves get to the top so newer ones can wilt down too. Watch.
4. Add salt and pepper and enjoy like that or add a little pepper vinegar to make it outstanding! Yum!
lots of greens, especially spinach, release their all of their nutrients when in contact with lemon juice! Squeeze some on while cooking to get your greens’ fullest potential