Baked Kale Gratin Recipe

This Baked Kale Gratin recipe is delicious served as a main dish, a side dish, or a holiday potluck dish! Delicious for entertaining!

Baked Kale Gratin Recipe
Hello, Friends! It’s the day after the big feast, BLACK FRIDAY, and our refrigerators are laden with leftovers galore, but hopefully our cooking spirits aren’t a-fadin.

Leftover cooking for some is not an option, but quite honestly, if you have the right cookware, it becomes very simple – affordable and delicious!

Why I love Swiss Diamond.

I am fed up with replacing nonstick pans for 20+ years. As careful as we try to be to not to scratch them, they are just not as durable as anodized or stainless. Yet anodized and stainless steel cookware does not have the nonstick properties needed in some cooking applications. Why can’t we just have both in the same pan?

I’m here to tell you that Swiss Diamond® is the perfect combination of a hard-anodized and nonstick pan communion.

Some pans come with glass lids that are optionally vented to release steam or you can buy the lid separately. It can go from stove-top to the oven, and this is a first–it can actually handle metal utensils. It is truly nonstick and washes up gorgeously.

It’s also ideal for your favorite meat, vegetables, and sauces. The high-quality cast aluminum construction ensures equal heat distribution across the entire pan. Heat-tempered glass lid included, oven-safe up to 500 F.

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Baked Kale Gratin Recipe

Baked Kale Gratin Recipe.

Or, if you’re looking for a yummy new recipe to try, you’ll love my Baked Kale Gratin, which I added Pumpkin Croutons from Trader Joe’s. Oh, my!

Prepare it in the Swiss Diamond® Nonstick 11 x 11 Square Saute Pan, and then bake in the oven for 40 minutes.

Another delicous one-pot meal.

Baked Kale Gratin Recipe

A yummy side or main dish for Black Friday and holiday cooking!

Baked Kale Gratin Recipe

Baked Kale Gratin Recipe

Yield: 6

Prep Time: 25 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 55 minutes

This Baked Kale Gratin is delicious served as a main dish, or as a side dish for holiday entertaining. The bacon and sausage is optional, if you want to make this dish vegetarian.

Ingredients:

  • 10 oz. curly kale
  • 6 slices bacon, chopped
  • 3 5″sausage links (or precooked sausage of your choice), cut into one-half-inch chunks
  • 3 Tbsp. butter
  • 1/4 cup shallots, finely chopped
  • 1 yellow bell pepper, diced
  • 1 red bell pepper, diced
  • 1 Granny Smith apple, diced (skin on)
  • 1/2 tsp. red pepper flakes
  • 3 Tbsp. flour
  • 2 3/4 cups half and half (or whole milk)
  • 1 1/4 cups Parmesan, grated, divided
  • 2 cups croutons (I used Pumpkin Croutons from Trader Joe’s) or bread crumbs

Directions:

  1. Heat the oven to 375 degrees. Steam the kale in a covered large dutch oven or frying pan with 1/2 inch of boiling water for 7 minutes. Remove kale; drain.
  2.  Cook the bacon and sausage in the butter in an large saute pan for 5 minutes until crisp; remove the bacon and sausage, drain, and set aside.
  3.  In the same pan, melt the butter and sauté the shallots, peppers, and apple for 6 minutes until golden. Whisk in the flour and stir for 1 minute.
  4.  Add the half-and-half or milk and whisk; bring to a boil and reduce the heat to low, cooking for another 3 minutes.
  5.  Stir in the 1 cup of Parmesan cheese; add in the kale and bacon. Mix together. Sprinkle with remaining Parmesan cheese.
  6.  Sprinkle with croutons {or bread crumbs} and bake for 30 minutes. Let stand for 5 minutes before serving.

This post is sponsored by Swiss Diamond who provided me with their product, but as always, all opinions are my own.

Baked Kale Gratin Recipe

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105 comments

  1. If I won, I would make my family omelettes for breakfast.

  2. I’d love to make a one-pot pasta meal!

  3. Stir Fry. Yum Yum

  4. Taco pasta recipe would be easy to make in this.

  5. Turkey Hash!

  6. Pasta, with curry and mango and a bit of coconut milk.

  7. sausage and potatoes!

  8. We like an egg, broccoli and cheese frittata that would work well in the Swiss Diamond pan.

  9. I’d make my sons favorite pizza casserole! What a beautiful pan!

  10. I would try a stovetop variation on shepherd’s pie.

  11. A veggie frittata (with cheese of course) would be fun to make with this pan!! :)

  12. I would make a stir fry!

  13. My moms special sloppy joes.

  14. Hmmmm…..I would probably make a gratin that I saw featured on The Chew last week. It looked amazing!

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  16. I would make a chicken and broccoli alfredo. A light version, had enough calories yesterday to last a month!

  17. I would make jambalya.

  18. I’d make stir fry

  19. One pot pasta dish.

  20. If I won I would make a Ham & Spinach Frittata.

  21. I’d throw away my scratched skillet and make one pan tuna casserole for my grandchildren ;-)

  22. I’d make a chicken ramen noodle casserole that the kiddos love :)

  23. I would make gumbo

  24. I would make this recipe. Sounds so good.

  25. I would make a frittata with roasted veggies and ham.

  26. I would make a stir fry

  27. I would make roasted veggies!

  28. I’ve been wanting some chicken and dumplings.

  29. Cheesy scalloped potatoes and ham

  30. Skillet lasagna sounds good to me.

  31. I would make sausage and peppers. A verastile dish that can be served on rolls, over rice or stand alone but the key is a good pan.

  32. The first thing that I would make is beef stroganoff.

  33. My favorite meal would be beef stroganoff.

  34. id love to make a chicken stir fry!

  35. I would make picadillo with ground beef, tomatoes, green olives, onions, celery and green peppers. I like mine with more vegetables than the traditional recipe.

  36. My favorite is beans and rice casserole.

  37. I would make smothered chicken.

  38. If I won this pan I’d make pork chops with mushroom gravy.

  39. I would make lots of cheese centered dishes: toasted cheese sandwiches,
    great stir fry, hash browns, and anything else that tends to stick in other pans.

  40. I don’t think the original entry posted…..but I would make lots of scrambled eggs and hashbrowns.

  41. A vegetarian casserole

  42. I would make West African Chicken Stew.

  43. Stovetop lasagna!

  44. Oh, I think I’d make up a small batch of chili con carne – perfect size pan for that!

  45. Chicken and rice with vegetables is always delicious to make.

  46. I would make pot roast.

  47. This would be a great pam for making frittatas and so much more!

  48. One pot pastas.

  49. I would make stir fry with lots of fresh veggies:-)

  50. Turkey mushroom cranberry risotto…use up those leftovers :)

  51. I would try the Baked Kale Gratin recipe you posted here!! Looks delish, always looking for new recipes with veggies!!

  52. Chicken Stir fry would be fabulous in this!

  53. My favorite one-pot meal to make if I WIN this amazing pan is some spicy chicken veggie stir fry.

  54. I love to make a one pot pasta meal. I throw in the pasta, tomatoes, basil, garlic, water, s&p, and let it boil until the noodles are cooked and I have a nice sauce.

  55. I think some chili would be great!

  56. Chicken and veggie skillet

  57. This looks like a great pan for a lot of things. I make a lot of stir fry so that will probably be first!

  58. I would make a Frittata.

  59. Sausage and cabbage

  60. I would have to try this one, it sounds yummy!

  61. Cajun seafood jambalaya.

  62. butternut squash and sausage casserole

  63. CHicken and rice

  64. Eggplant Parmesan. YUMMY!

  65. Chicken and rice casserole.

  66. I would make chicken parmesian.

  67. I’d make a delicious one-pot pasta dish with chicken and broccoli simmered in tomato sauce, finished with cheese on top.

  68. Frittata would be awesome!

  69. Some type of cheesy chicken casserole!

  70. My moms famous frittata

  71. I’d make a shrimp and veggie stir fry!

  72. The list goes on what one could make in that pan. It seems to be to be only right to make this delicious Kale dish since it featured the pan. And what a pan it is too!!!!!

  73. I’d make our traditional savory bread pudding for Christmas morning!

  74. Sesame chicken stir fry !!!! TY

  75. I would make a pasta dish with mushrooms and beef.

  76. I would make a pasta dish with mushrooms and beef with a tomato sauce.

  77. I’d love to cook a frittata for our family! Stove to oven is such a great feature—

  78. A frittata full of vegies! The pan looks wonderful!

  79. A frittata- and would gladly throw out my scratched up pan!

  80. One pot chili is my go to recipe!

  81. I* would make chicken fetticinee
    pin as jacksondeb
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  82. I’d make fajitas.

  83. Goulash for my boys!

  84. I would make my Shrimp Pasta dish

  85. This looks like the perfect recipe to break this pan in with!

  86. I would love to make a skillet lasagna.

  87. my son loves a seafood alfredo I make just for him… this pan would be perfect! Thank you!

  88. Fried rice!

  89. I would make Scrambled French Toast.

  90. I would make a baked chicken , dumpling, and vegetable casserole.

  91. I desperately need this sauté pan and would love to make an omelet that would not stick to the pan.

  92. This would be the perfect pan for my creamy pasta with chicken and peas. Yum! Thanks for the giveaway!

  93. I think I’d make goulash

  94. I would make chicken and rice

  95. A casserole

  96. I would cook a chicken and rice casserole in this pan.

  97. Chuck roast with potatoes and carrots! A family favorite. :)

  98. I would love to make chicken spaghetti. It is one of our favorite family meals. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway :)

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  99. A sausage breakfast casserole for our Christmas day brunch

  100. My favorite one-pot dish to make in this would be sweet potato hash.

  101. Southern Chicken and Dumpling or Great Northern with Ham ..Yankee Pot-roast..so many great one pots.

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