Beginner Cook - Medium Cooking Time - Side Dish - Vegan - Vegetarian - Gluten-Free
We're one month into the new year and you're doing your best to stick to your resolution of eating healthier. Achieving this noble goal may seem easy during the summer months when fresh fruits and vegetables are bountiful, but the dead of winter? Not so much. When it's freezing temperatures outside, I crave warm foods and eating a salad simply doesn't cut it. Not to mention that tomatoes and other summer crops don't taste as good out of season. So how do I go about tackling this winter conundrum? Tomato stewed greens. This recipe tastes great, is easy to prepare, works well with cold weather crops like collards (pictured above) or chard (pictured below), and scores high on the healthy eating front. Other than the olive oil, there aren't many calories in this dish. As a result, for someone who loves to eat without counting, this meal really hits the spot!
Ingredients (Serves 4 as a side or 2 as a main dish)
Time - 45 minutes*