Then I winklerfied all the information and this is what happened:
I started the whole process by frying onions because once I have done that – I am committed.
Leaves so young and fresh, I had no need to remove their stalks – just gathered them on a board and chopped them once or twice.
Then tipped them into the gently frying onions (see pic above) and stirred it all a bit.
But what to add? It’s amazing what is in the fridge. I found haricot beans, cooked at the weekend, perfectly edible and ready to go.
And of course the ubiquitous brown rice, cooked the night before.
Several grinds of black pepper, a smattering of nutmeg, a crunch or two of rock salt, a splatter of soya sauce, and about 5-10 minutes later, the dish was ready to eat.
Voilà , a plate of mean greens and beans…