Whole-Wheat Spaghetti with Kale, Poached Eggs, and Toasted Breadcrumbs

  • Namaste Posted: 09/09/12
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This turned out bitter, bland, and odd, and we love vegetarian dishes. I followed the instructions to the letter, too. Will not make again.

  • Kristina6674 Posted: 08/28/12
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This dish is a great example of a healthy, budget friendly meal cooked from scratch. I used Swiss chard instead of kale, parmesan instead of the romano, and store bought plain bread crumbs (all on hand in my garden and pantry). The flavors were simply amazing, and the dish was extremely satisfying and rich. This meal can easily be prepared for $3/person or less, particularly during the summer when leafy green vegetables (think spinach) are available from the garden. Definitely a keeper!

  • MeganHambone Posted: 10/10/12
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This recipe was so simple and so delicious. I loved it and my 3 year old and 13 month old loved it. I thought the breadcrumbs on top was great. I always caramelize my onions a little when I cook them, and it made the kale sweet. Not weird sweet, but a perfect combo of savory and sweet. This is also going into my regular rotation of meals. Thank you cooking light!

  • KKLamb Posted: 09/06/12
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    My whole family loved this recipe. I have a 3, 6, and 9 year old, and they all ate every bite, even the kale. I even had to poach 2 additional eggs for my husband and 6 year old (who is normally very picky and usually asks "how many more bites do I have to eat", but not with this meal). So yummy, thanks CL for this easy & delicious recipe.

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