Kale + Sausage Soup

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• Add your butter or coconut oil to a soup pot, while that gets melty chop up your onions and add them into the pan so they start to sweat
• While those are going, chop up your sausage {Or if you find a paleo kielbasa feel free to use that!}, add it in with your onions so it starts to brown.

• Rinse off your kale and start to tear it up and toss it into the pot {I don’t use the stem/spine so I work around it and have a discard pile on my counter}. And yes literally use your hands and tear it up, don’t do more work than you have with the whole chopping thing..

• Add in garlic powder and pepper flakes, salt + pepper… and this is literally all to preference. You could of course add fresh garlic if you wanted to! I didn’t use a spicy sausage, I used a normal one. So if you want to do spicy by all means omit the red pepper flakes

• Add in your chicken stock, put it on low and let it simmer for a half hour to an hour.

Boom its done, enjoy!

{I know I put it\’ll feed two people.. but in reality it\’ll probably feed four for dinner… We each had it for dinner and then lunch the next day! }


  • 1 Bunch of Kale {good size bunch.. If they only have smaller ones.. get two}
  • Sausage {roughly the equivalent of one package of kielbasa so 5-6 good sized ones or just a long stretch of it depending on how you get your sausage}
  • 6 cups chicken stock
  • 1 Medium Onion
  • Salt + Pepper
  • Garlic Powder + Hot Red Pepper Flakes
  • Butter or Coconut Oil


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  1. posted by Brian R. on April 23, 2012

    I made this recipe and turned out great! Next time I’ll make sure to get more kale though, since I only bought one decent sized bunch.

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