Or maybe I just love vegetables?
Here's what I did, in case you want to try to make it yourself (super easy):
- Cut up the onion into little pieces, cut the red cabbage into slightly bigger pieces, and rip the kale into like medium-sized (?) pieces - maybe like 1/4 to 1/3 the size of your palm...?
- Cook the onions about halfway in some canola oil.
- Add the cabbage and a sprinkle of red pepper flakes, and cook until the onions are done.
- Add the kale and soy sauce and a little bit of water. It is ready when the kale turns a deep green color and is a TINY bit withered. You'll probably have to stir it to get to that point, because otherwise the kale stays on the top and doesn't really cook. This part will happen pretty quick.
You could also do it without the red cabbage. I just had it, so why not use it?
Also, don't overcook either the cabbage or the kale, because it won't be as good. You'll want it to be a little bit crispy.
I used 1 large onion, 1 bunch of kale, and 1/2 head of cabbage. I probably could have stood to use about twice as much kale, because it was a small bunch, and because it cooks down significantly. When you add the kale, it will look like too much, but just add it anyway, and there's a good chance it might not even be enough.
That is all.