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Kale, Spinach and Feta Pie

This delicious meal is a great week day dinner and the leftovers make for a nutritious and healthy lunch. Preparation is effortless and the final result is beautiful, fresh subtle flavours of green dancing in your mouth.

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  • 2 leeks, washed finely sliced
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 bunch kale or Cavolo Nero, washed trimmed and finely shredded
  • 200 g baby spinach leaves
  • Black pepper – a generous pinch
  • 80 g quality feta cheese (see notes )
  • 6 organic eggs
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 bunch parsley. chopped
  • small handful pine-nuts


  1. Preheat oven to 180 C.
  2. Sauté leeks in a large heavy based pot until softened.
  3. Add shredded kale and cook through for 5 minutes until soft and wilted.
  4. Add baby spinach leaves…you may need to add this in 2 lots and cook through until just wilted.
  5. Season with black pepper and add the zest of 1 lemon and 1 bunch freshly chopped parsley.
  6. Spoon the kale + spinach mixture into a 22 cm pie dish.
  7. Break eggs into a bowl and whisk lightly until combined.
  8. Pour the eggs over the greens and gently incorporate through the mix of green goodness.
  9. Crumble over the feta cheese and sprinkle over with a few pine-nuts.
  10. Bake for 40 – 45  minutes or until firm to touch and golden.
  11. Remove from the oven and rest for 5 minutes before serving.  Enjoy.

Cooking notes:

  • You can use ricotta in place of feta
  • Serve with roughly chopped tomatoes tossed with finely diced shallots, olive oil and red wine vinegar.
  • Serve along side lightly tossed leafy greens scented with a French style dressing or salsa verde.

What makes this Kale, Spinach and Feta Pie so nutritious?

  • Health benefits of kale – kale is part of the cabbage family and this wonderful vegetable is a good source of all three antioxidants: beta-carotene and vitamins C and E. It is also rich in naturally occurring glucosinolates, which help in the fight against cancer.
  • Health benefits of eggs – eggs are high in protein and contain all the essential amino acids needed for growth and repair. Including quality  protein sources into your meals every day supports weight loss + healthy metabolism, maintains a healthy immune system, curbs appetite and helps to sustain lean muscle.

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Teresa Cutter The Healthy Chef

With over 25 years as a qualified chef, Teresa Cutter is one of Australia’s leading authorities on healthy cooking. Teresa’s philosophy has always been to keep her food as pure and natural as possible, free from preservatives, artificial ingredients and fillers. Her dishes have been designed for people who love food, who love to eat and who have made a conscious decision to maximise their health and wellbeing.

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