Sautéing veggies is a simple way to have a quick healthy tasty dinner. The word sauté literally means “to jump” in French,
hence the flipping of the food in the pan.
First you need the right pan… a traditional sauté pan is shallow with a flat bottom.
High temperature is used to evaporate the water from the vegetables, which brings out the flavor.
I picked up some amazing kale at farmers’ market this weekend.
Chop up the kale in 1 inch strips and 2 cloves of garlic.
Heat up 2 TBSP of peanut oil in a pan and add in the chopped garlic.
We are using peanut oil due to the high heat.
Next add in the kale strips. Cook until the become a brilliant green, about 5 minutes.
Place on a plate and add 2 TBSP of Happy Hemp.
This is perfect as a meal or as a side dish.
The most important thing to remember about cooking…Have Fun!