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This is a recipe from my grandmother after she went vegan. Its pretty simple and very tasty!

This dish is perfect for thanksgiving or and holiday meal and the ingredients can be adjusted to people's diet needs.

Step 1: Ingredients

Please adjust for amount needed and diet restrictions

3lbs of potatoes (i used red, any will do)
1 bunch of kale
1/2 red onion
5 cloves of garlic
soy milk to taste
Earth Balance or any vegan margarine to taste.

Step 2: Chop Potatoes

First bring some water to boil and chop your potatoes up. Once your water is boiling throw the potatoes in and let boil till tender.

Step 3: Chop Kale, Onions and Garlic

Next chop up the kale, onions and garlic, Make sure you chop the kale as fine as possible.

Step 4: Saute the Garlic, Onions and Kale

Next sauté the onions and garlic. You can use oil, i used bragg's soy sauce. Once the onions are nice and cooked add the kale and cook till the kale is soft.

Step 5: Do the Mashed Potato

Drain the potatoes and mash them up! Add soy milk and margarine to taste.

Step 6: Add Sauted Kale

Next add the sauted kale and mix around till its blended.

Step 7: Serve!

And you're done! Serve with salt and pepper as needed.

And Happy Vegan Thanksgiving!
Yum! I'll ask my grandma to make these this easter
It's also known as "Stamppot Boerenkool" in Holland, minus the garlic :) omnomnom
.&nbsp; Very nice.<br> .&nbsp; I don't see where being vegan comes in. Looks like some fancied up mashed potatoes that <em><strong>anyone</strong></em>, even an omnivore, could enjoy. ;)<br>
I agree.
Amazing! Will try it today for sure!
it's also known as colcannon an irish dish made with butter, remove the butter its a vegan dish. tastes great
Thanks, i had no idea!
This vegan says yum :)

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