We’ve all done it, we buy some greens at the supermarket, and they sit in the fridge and go limp because we’re not quite sure what to make with them. Today Daphne is here to help with some of her fave veggies.Escarole
This vegetable is a great source of vitamins and minerals. In one ½ cup serving you get 65% of your recommended bone-healthy vitamin K. So, now is the perfect time to add it to your diet. It may look like romaine, but this bold and bitter green is much more flavorful.
This spicy escarole recipe
from Mario is sure to hit the spot.Spinach
Spinach is packed with vision-maintaining vitamin A, iron and fiber – meaning that you should try to eat it whenever possible. The good thing is it’s a versatile ingredient. You can use it with your breakfast in an omelet or smoothie, in your lunch in a salad or wrap or even with your dinner as a quick sautéed side.
Try these fun recipes
Baked SpinachSauteed Spinach with ScallopsKale
Kale really is the M.V.P. of a healthy diet. It has double the vitamin C of an orange. Plus, it’s sturdy so it can keep in your crisper for up to ten days. It really is the undisputed king of greens.
Try this kale salad
– it’s delicious and good for you!