10 Minute Lunch at Home

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The part that took the longest?  Washing the beet greens — those suckers are muddy! All I did for lunch was shred some pre-cooked sous vide chicken breast, nuke some leftover garlic cauliflower mashed potatoes, and saute in lard some beet greens with a diced shallot.  

Whenever  I get turnips or beets in my CSA box, the attached newsletter always tells me to eat the turnip/beet greens first because they go bad quickly.   Normally, the quantity is too small to make a dinner side for the family so I end up tossing the wilted greens at the end of the week.  However, when you’re just serving one person, the size is perfect!