Friday, March 14, 2014

Lemon Kale Pi

Pi day is always fun and reminds me of bringing circular foods to math class and pi recitation competitions. Lehigh has no recitation competitions (that I know of), so I figured a good way to celebrate would be by making pie. But traditional pies have butter, flour, sugar, and lots more ingredients I can't have…so I've come up with this lemon kale PI!

For about 2 portions:
Ingredients: one lemon, cup of kale, 2 eggs, 3 rice cakes, pinch of dill and parsley, dash of salt and pepper, tsp olive oil

1. Preheat oven to 350 F

2. Steam the kale with one cut up lemon with dill and parsley

2. Whisk two eggs in a separate bowl

making the "pie crust"
3. In an oven-safe bowl (greased with olive oil), put one rice cake on the bottom of bowl and surround it with pieces of rice cakes

4. Add the steamed kale and lemon to the rice cake "pie crust"

5. pour the eggs over the veggies and make sure that all of the rice cake pieces have some egg glazed over them

6. add some salt and pepper

7. Bake until eggs are cooked (around 30min)

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