News: Andre 3000 Heats Up A Southern Delight, Reveals Personal Recipe

Monday, Jan 23, 2012 5:29PM

Written by Rosario Harper

OutKast's Andre 3000 may not be cooking up new records on a regular basis, however, the Atlanta hip-hop star has unveiled his very own kale and collards recipe.

Prior to giving out his personal recipe, Three Stacks explained his love for the vegetable delight.

"Being that I'm from the South, I've eaten collards, mustard and turnip greens all my life. I was introduced to kale a few years ago and fell in love with the way you can instantly stir fry or pan fry it. Kale is also nutritious, and by not boiling it to death like classic Southern greens, most of that nutrition stays in tact." (Bon Appetit)

The veggie diet-only rapper's recipe includes a variety of seasoning products.

About a cup of water. 1 or 2 heads of kale.

A few garlic cloves. A couple teaspoons of coconut oil.

A dab of soy free magarine. A couple shakes of Herbamare (Brand) seasoning

A pinch of cayenne. A pinch of black pepper.

Boil water. Flash steam kale and drain. Lightly saute kale in margarine, oil and garlice. Season to taste. (Bon Appetit)

Andre 3000 is one of various music entertainers who stay away from meat meals.

VEGETARIAN: RZA, Nelly, Andre 3000, KRS-One, India.Arie, Mos Def, Murs, Jeru the Damaja, M-1, Damian Marley, Ziggy Marley, Stephen Marley, Travie McCoy, Vanilla Ice, Zack de la Roca, Sage Francis. (PETA)

Not alone with his love for recipes, Terror Squad's Fat Joe recently revealed plans to launch his own cooking show.

"I'm working on a cooking show, it's the first time I'm telling the world but who else can you trust other than Fat Joe to tell you whether the food is good or not," Joe explained in an interview with reporter Peter Bailey, revealing his latest venture. "Yeah, me and my guy Chef Mark, he's an incredible chef. We got that studio audience, we got that band, wer're gonna bring guys like Lil Wayne, your favorite rapper, and ask him what's his favorite dish, we're gonna make it for him. Not only do you get to see Fat Joe, you've been seeing him in videos, rap music, you don't really know the true Fat Joe until you really meet him. So once we in front of that camera and we vibing with everybody, we gonna have a lot of fun with that." (NBC Nightcap)

Check out a past Andre 3000 interview below:

For the latest gadgets, gear and giveaways, check out

blog comments powered by Disqus