Jun 25, 2014 · I have made your recipe for “Asian Kale Salad with Creamy Ginger Peanut Dressing” several times this past 2-3 months and LOVE IT! I doubled the recipe and took it to a pot-luck dinner it was a great success! I had not eaten or prepared kale previously because I wasn’t really sure how to Cuisine: Asian. Jan 27, 2009 · I love all kinds of kale. The article from The Washington Post mentions black kale (aka - dino, Tuscan kale) as a nice choice but I suspect curly blue-green Scotch kale would be fine as well. Oh, did I mention how incredibly nutritious & economical kale is? Or how unbelievably easy kale is to grow in anyone's garden. even in the winter?4.5/5(3).
Mar 03, 2016 · I’m talking about putting the kale in a colander, running water over it, and squeezing it with your hands to get some of the bitterness out. This makes the kale easier to cook, easier to digest, and less tree-tasting. Vegetables for the win, am I right? I didn’t even get to the best part yet: the sauce. To make this Asian Sautéed Kale.5/5(1). Sep 13, 2016 · Sesame Kale is a quick, easy, and satisfying side dish that pairs perfectly with any Asian inspired meal. Step by step photos included.4.9/5.
Jul 15, 2013 · For this challenge, I ended up an Asian-inspired kale salad tossed in a homemade tamari-ginger vinaigrette. It’s loaded with crisp carrots, bell pepper and snap peas, and balanced with creamy avocado and edamame.5/5. Aug 09, 2018 · This healthy Asian Kale Quinoa Salad is mixed with radicchio, carrots, and cashews, all tossed in a sesame-miso dressing. Naturally gluten-free & vegan too! It’s all about kale salads up in this house apartment these days. What started as an experiment has 5/5(9).
Sep 18, 2015 · Asian Kale Salad-this colorful and healthy chopped kale salad is easy to make and bursting with Asian flavors. We don’t have a garden this year because we are building a house and currently living in a rental. I miss having a garden, but luckily we . Asian kale chips. This one of the more flavorful kale chip recipes we've tried. Our kids even "sort of" like it. Wow, what an awesome recipe! The only problem is the kale chips never have time to fully dry and they’re all gone! I also use that dressing, add the kale, quinoa and voila lunch is ready.