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Green Kale Pasta Sauce

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by Emma Elwin on 2 March, 2016

This is Emma Elwin favorite food recipe at the moment.

I have not had to change my diet that much since I got pregnant the only thing I have added are som extra snacks during the day and some iron rich greens. One of the recipe that has become a favorite is this green sauce pasta which is filled with vitamins and iron.

400 grams of frozen chopped kale
100 grams of frozen green peas.
2 table spoons of oliv oil
1 dl grated vegan cheese
1 clove of garlic (or two if you like)
1 onion
1 teaspoon black truffle oil
1/2 Soy cooking creme
Salt and black pepper

Chop the garlic and onion and fry until golden i the oliv oil. Add the frozen kale and peas and stir on mid temperatur for 5 minutes. Add the cooking cream and let the it simmer for 3 minutes. Add the cheese, truffle oil, salt and pepper and stir until all the ingrediens are mixed. Serve with pasta and top it of with some flaxseed. And the remember the pasta never waits for the sauce!


2 Comments

jenny: Looks really yummi! :)
March 12, 2016

Kristina: Yum! Thanks for sharing!!
March 3, 2016

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