Sauteed Vegan Ham Kale Spinach & Mango

Yummy and Healthy Vegan Dinner Idea Infographic

 

Ingredients:

  • Kale
  • Mango
  • Spinach
  • Beets
  • Olive Oil
  • Salt
  • Basil
  • Cayenne Pepper

Directions:

1. Wash mangos, beets, spinach and kale.  Chop mangos and
beets into large chucks.

2. In a medium stovetop pot or pan, pour a small out of olive
oil (just enough to cover the bottom of the pan).
3. Add in cayenne pepper, salt & basil to taste.
4. Simmer for 30 seconds on LOW
First,
Add two handfuls of kale, it takes the longest
time to cook and semi-crunchy kale is delish.
Second,
Add chopped mango & spinach, stir in with
the sautéing kale.
Using a large bamboo spoon, gently stir to combine.
Third, 
Add “ham” substitute, cut to size.  This
can be replaced by any desired vegan protein (recommendation Pinto beans).
Fourth, 
Add chopped beets last and drizzle with olive oil.
Gently mix all ingredients.
Cook for 5 minutes over med-low heat for 5 minutes stirring
occasionally. Cook to desired tenderness & season to taste before
serving. 
Enjoy!
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