Organic Pickled Kale Stems


Wait – don’t throw out those kale stems!

Ok, ok, I know you’re not throwing them out. You’re sauteeing them with garlic and chilli. Or feeding them to the chooks. Or composting them. But you know what I mean.

A 250ml glass jar will hold about one bunch worth of kale stems and take about half a cup of pickling liquid. You’ll have some liquid left over, so throw in any leftover veg you have hanging around at the bottom of the fridge in a similar sized jar. Just about any veg will work.

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Pickled Kale Stems
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Course Snacks
Keyword kale, Organic
Prep Time 10 minutes
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Keyword kale, Organic
Prep Time 10 minutes
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Instructions
  1. In a small pot, bring the vinegar, sugar, salt and pickling spices to a boil. Boil until the sugar is dissolved.
  2. Meanwhile, fit your kale stems in your jar.
  3. When sugar is dissolved, pour the hot liquid over the kale stems.
  4. Leave to sit for a day or so on the bench before storing in the fridge. They'll be ready to eat after about a week.

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