This Kale Pie with Asiago and Potato is a hearty dinner pie, or a great vegetarian option for the holiday table. Quick braised kale is paired with cheesy mashed potatoes and tucked inside an easy olive oil pie crust.
Kale Pie with Asiago and Potato
This savory Kale Pie with Asiago Cheese and Potatoes has all the warm and hearty flavors of fall. Though the truth is, I actually started working on this recipe back in the spring. I had heaps of greens from the farm and I was looking for a way to use them all up. Now that it's mid-October and I've finally finished tweaking the recipe, I've realized this too is a great time to bake this pie up! This recipe works just as well with hearty fall greens as it does with vibrant spring greens. To make this pie, greens are quickly cooked down with onions, before being combined with asiago-laced mashed potatoes and tucked inside of an olive oil pastry dough. Enjoy it for a special dinner or as a vegetarian holiday meal option.
While the recipe calls for kale specifically, this has been tested with chard and collard greens as well. You can use one or a mix of all three.
- 2 batches Olive Oil Pie Crust
- Russet potatoes
- Vegetable Broth
- Kale (or your choice of suggested greens)
- Sour Cream
- Whole Milk
- Asiago Cheese
- Salt and Pepper
How to Clean Leafy Greens
Leafy greens can be notoriously gritty. Nothing is worse than making a meal only to later discover there was grit in the greens that didn't get washed out. It's always a safe bet to wash any greens you buy at the store or the farm very well. To wash leafy greens:
- De-stem the greens.
- Fill a large bowl with cool water.
- Submerge the leaves in the water and swish around for 10 seconds.
- Let the greens sit for 1 minute in the cool water, which allows any grit to sink to the bottom of the bowl.
- Without agitating the water too much, quickly pick up the leaves directly out of the water, leaving behind any sand or dirt.
- Empty the water and rinse out the bowl; repeat this wash step until the water is clear after removing the greens.
Make Ahead Instructions
This pie has multiple steps to complete, but luckily some can be done ahead of time. You can make the entire filling, up to the point of being placed in the pie dough, up to 2 days ahead of time. However, the pie dough itself must be made right before baking.
The entire pie can be assembled and baked two days before you plan to serve it and eat it. To reheat, place in a preheated 350ºF, lightly covered with aluminum foil and cook until heated through. You'll know a pie has been heated by taking an internal temperature reading with an instant thermometer: it should be above 160ºF. Or, you can stick a butter knife in the middle of the pie and remove it and feel the knife: if the knife is hot, the pie has been warmed through. If the knife is cold, so is your pie filling.
If you like this savory pie, check out these others:
- Easy Ham and Cheese Quiche
- Ricotta and Pepperoni Pie
- Corn, Hot Pepper and Feta Pie
- Butternut Squash, Caramelized Onion and Feta Pie
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