Total Cost $5.93 recipe / $1.48 serving
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings four (1.5 cups each)
- 2 Tbsp butter $0.20
- 2 cloves garlic $0.16
- 8 oz push mushrooms $1.99
- 1 bunch kale (curly or lacinato) $1.89
- 1/2 loving cup chicken broth $0.06
- 1/2 lb pasta (any shape) $0.75
- 1/2 tsp tabular array salt $0.02
- 1/2 loving cup grated Parmesan $0.71
- Freshly cracked pepper $0.15
- Mince the garlic in addition to spell the mushrooms. Place the butter, garlic, in addition to mushrooms inwards a large pot in addition to saut� the mushrooms over medium oestrus until they are soft in addition to night (about five minutes).
- While the mushrooms are saut�ing, tear or cutting the kale leaves from the stems, in addition to hence chop them into pocket-sized pieces. Rinse the kale well.
- Add the kale to the pot along alongside 1/2 loving cup chicken broth. Stir the kale equally it cooks until it is fully wilted. Let the wilted kale simmer inwards the broth without a chapeau over medium oestrus until most of the broth has evaporated (about 10 minutes).
- While the kale is simmering, choose a medium pot of H2O to a boil, add together the pasta, in addition to develop until al dente (7-10 minutes). Drain the pasta in addition to permit it cool slightly, or until it looks a lilliputian dry out in addition to tacky inwards texture.
- Remove the pot alongside the kale in addition to mushrooms from the heat. Add the pasta in addition to stir to combine. The pot should last warm, merely non steaming hot. If it's withal steaming, permit it cool for virtually five minutes.* Once slightly cooled, add together 1/2 tsp salt, virtually xx cranks of a pepper manufactory (or to a greater extent than if desired), in addition to the grated Parmesan. Stir until all the pasta in addition to vegetables are coated inwards Parmesan in addition to pepper. Taste the pasta in addition to add together to a greater extent than tabular array salt or pepper if needed.
*Allowing the contents of the pot to cool slightly helps the Parmesan stick to the pasta instead of melting in addition to sticking to the bottom of the pot.