Yesterday evening, I invented this tasty curly kale lentil stew. It is a delicious easy vegan & gluten-free one pot dinner. I served it with vegan chorizo sausages that I stewed ready in my stew. You can make it completely Gluten-Free by using Gluten-Free vegan sausages! 😉 This is surely a Fall dinner! Just the way, I like it!
Recipe: For 3 persons
1 big leek, washed, cleaned, pad dry on kitchen paper, white & green parts used, cut up finely
1 fat white onion, peeled & finely sliced
2 fat cloves of garlic, peeled & finely cut up
grinned dried chili flakes
Maldon sea salt
1 yellow bell pepper, deseeded, white strips removed, cut up into smaller pieces
1/2 yellow courgette, finely cut up into chunks
1 x 400 gr can of chopped tomatoes in their juice
3 big kale pieces, cleaned, big stem removed, cut up roughly into smaller pieces
200 to 250 ml of hot water
1 x 400 gr of cooked brown lentils, rinsed & well-drained
3 vegan chorizo sausages or gluten-free vegan sausages to make it completely gluten-free!!!!!
a fruity evoo ( Extra Virgin olive Oil )
1. Take a larger Creuset-cooking pot with fitted lid. Remove the lid & heat up on higher heat. Pour a few drizzles of that fruity evoo all in it & swirl it around the pot. When hot & sizzling, add chopped onion & garlic pieces. Add some grins of dried chili flakes & fry for about 5 minutes. Add chopped leek, yellow pepper strips & chopped yellow courgette. Add some more grinned dried red chili flakes, but not too much. Add some sea salt & 15 grins of black pepper. Stir often & fry for about 5 minutes more. Put the veggies on one side of your pot & add some drizzles of olive oil. Fry your vegan chorizo sausages into the hot oil & stir them around & in the pot. Fry them until ready on all sides.
2. Now, add tin of chopped tomatoes in their juice, add cooked lentils & stir everything through. Add some more seasoning, to your liking. I added a bit more sea salt & some grins of black pepper. Place the lid on & cook for about 10 minutes. Reduce the heat, if you need to. My stew was nearly ready. Add chopped kale & 200 to 250 ml of hot water to the pot to steam the kale pieces. Directly place the fitted lid on & after 2 minutes or so, your kale will be ready. Stir everything through & taste! It must taste awesome, delicious & a bit spicy too!!!!
3. Serve after 5 minutes & best eaten with a loved one! 😉 Yum Yum Yumm!
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