Keep dinners between simple and fast week, but just as nutrient dense! It is loaded with rich broth bone minerals and vegetables, but still suitable for children in taste!
We are off and running in the school year, and for me, that means a lot less time in the kitchen for special dinner.
Dinner should be simple and quick to assemble … but equally dense nutrient. I’m talking I want to be in the kitchen less than half an hour because school pick just take most of my late afternoon, and we still have the game and the task of do !
This beef soup and kale is one I keep in my back pocket for those nights you want to really pack in minerals bone broth and as many vegetables as I can get there (and still taste good!). These children work very hard all day at school and really need a boost at the end of the day.
This pack nice thermos of soup for the next day at school! I like to do these cookies squash to go with our soup because the recipe does much to have a cookie to pack along the next day at school too!
Even from 8 or 9 months old, this is a great soup to sit together as a family to eat! Creating those tastes like at that age is much easier than when they get older. The, cooked vegetables and soft bone broth is easy to digest and so full of food.
Print Beef & Kale soup Author: Renee – www.raisinggenerationnourished .com ingredients
- 1 lb grassfed minced meat (remains veal crushed from a roast would work too!)
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- 3 large carrots, medium chopped
- 3 -4 cubed potatoes
- ½ bunch kale, chopped
- 4 cloves garlic, minced
- 2 cups cooked pumpkin puree (I use the leftovers from other meals – any sweet pumpkin to fall – acorns, etc.)
- 1 ½ – 2 quarts bone broth
- 3/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
- sea salt / pepper to taste
- Brown the ground beef in a pot , and set aside. I like my meat season with salt and pepper while cooking too.
- Add a little butter to beef fat left behind cooking ground beef and add the onion, carrots, potatoes and kale. Add a pinch of sea salt and cook over medium / medium-high heat for about 10 minutes until all the salt softens and shows that the juices and sweetens everything.
- Add garlic and cook for one minute.
- Add bone broth, pumpkin puree, spices and cooked meat, and stir to mix. Bring to simmer for 10 minutes.
- Sea salt and pepper to taste.
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