Get real cozy with this fall flavored, layered dish—with collard greens, parsnips and sweet potatoes.
Soul food doesn’t have to be unhealthy. This much-loved cuisine is back on the menu for the health-conscious with some easy recipes you can enjoy at home. Chef Kim Mills appreciates soul food and accepted the challenge to find a way to make it more MG-friendly.
“While the traditional ways of preparing soul food aren’t ideal for people living with MG, this casserole combines favorites like collard greens, sweet potatoes and parsnips into one really tasty—and healthy—baked dish,” Chef Kim said.
Made primarily with seasonal veggies, this Savory Soul Food Casserole is an easy way to get healthy ingredients and low-calorie foods into your diet. To make preparing it a little easier, you may want to use an electric masher or mixer to mash the parsnips and sweet potatoes. Or consider inviting friends and family to help you cook. Check out the recipe below.