In this healthy spaghetti carbonara recipe, “spiralized” sweet potato noodles (similar to zoodles) take the place of traditional pasta. Kale is added for fiber, flavor and crunch, but any dark leafy green, such as spinach, chard or collards, would also be a nice addition.
There’s no need to use bread in your sandwiches. At all. You can swap out white bread, rolls and baguettes for things like collard greens, Portobello mushrooms or nori. Then, pick yourself a veggie, vitality-boosting filling like cauliflower, falafel, sweet potato or even a cheeky quinoa slider.
Now that I realized you can sauté greens that typically I only braised before, I’m having fun experimenting with some different methods of cooking them. This recipe for sautéed collard greens and sausage is sassy and delicious. Even the folks who don’t like greens might