This kale, sausage and bean stew will warm and fill you up in no time. We suggest using pork sausage but you can substitute it with turkey or chicken instead.
Remove the stem and cut the leaves into thin slices. Measure the right amount and add to a large bowl.
Measure and add the salt and olive oil, then massage the kale until it has wilted, for at least 2 minutes. Set aside.
Break the sausage into pieces about half the size of a golf ball. Place on a plate or tray and set aside.
Add the oil and preheat the pan to 300°F/ 150°C (medium).
Add and cook the aromatics for 1 minute or until they are slightly toasted.
Add the pieces of sausage and cook for 3 minutes or until lightly colored.
Lower the temeprature to 230°F/ 110°C (low), add the ingredients to the sausage and cook for 9 minutes or until the ragout looks reduced and the kale is wilted.
Lower the temperature to 225°F/ 107°C (low), add the beans and finish cooking for 2 minutes just enough to warm up the beans. Make sure to stir the ragout while it cooks.
Turn off the heat and enjoy this chunky stew with a nice slice of toasted bread or a fresh side salad.
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