By Isabel Smith, MS, RD, CDN
Kale makes for a great side or main dish because it is packed with fiber, vitamin K that helps with blood clotting, folic acid, vitamin C, and is a good source of calcium. Adding different vegetables to your kale can be a great way to dress up your recipe.
This recipe incorporates garlic and cooked tomatoes. Garlic is packed with antioxidants which are important for fighting the cell-damaging agents called free radicals that can damage cells in your body. The cooked tomatoes in this recipe are rich in lycopene, another powerful antioxidant. Lycopene has been found to be important in preventing heart disease and possibly cancer. The garlic and tomatoes help to make this dish healthy, delicious and satisfying.
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