kale recipes

What makes a food super? It has to be packed with nutrients and good for your health. It also has to be delicious! From Asian Kale Slaw with Ginger Peanut Dressing to Tart & Tangy Fro-Yo, these recipes prove that eating healthy doesn't have to be boring.
When I'm invited to a picnic, I'm almost certain there won't be many options for me -- I don't eat sandwiches or crisps, I try to avoid chocolate and cakes, and so might nibble on some fruit and maybe the odd piece of chocolate if I desperately want it. Putting together a small tray of healthy options, however, need not be complex and mind-boggling.
To make them, begin by pulling the kale leaves off of the tough ribs. Discard the ribs, then thoroughly dry the leaves with
Now get out there and give those leaves a massage, and if you're looking for recipes to use them in, take a look below. Slice
If the superstar leafy veggie just isn't your thing in salads, try these unexpected dishes, where the flavor is slightly
Place all of the ingredients in a food processor and puree until smooth. Kale Pesto Recipe by Catherine McCord of Weelicious
For a wintery alternative, slowly braise kale until it becomes soft and silky.
"There’s really only two ways to prepare kale: Sadly or self-righteously."
CSAs are overwhelmingly green this time of year. Here's help.
Raw kale can be coarse, so if you don't plan on cooking it before eating, you need to take some steps to tenderize it first. Massaging kale helps smooth out raw kale's roughness, making it the perfect crispness for a delicious salad -- or anything else you want to use it in!
In the run-up to a small dinner party, it soon became apparent that its fate was to be wrapped in pasta: It was to be ravioli of some kind.
Travel to the outer edges of the kale universe.
With Halloween right around the corner, and Christmas and Hanukkah not far behind, it can be all too easy to forget what
Plus a bonus kale Caesar salad recipe that is pretty excellent.
Kale salad has taken this country by storm. Need a great recipe?
My ultimate measure of a food is its power to support brain health, and it is clear that more kale in your diet means a happier, healthier, sexier you -- all the basic signs that your brain is running well.