Kale has been called the “king of greens,” and it is one of those amazing vegetables that’s bursting with health-giving and disease-fighting nutrients, including vitamins and minerals.
But there is a problem—how do you eat this stuff? Kale’s got a strong green flavor, and it’s a bit too tough to add to salads raw.
Well, my friends, I will bring the answer to your table—you cook it.
Kale is transformed into a gorgeous green worthy of it’s title “king” when it’s steamed, sauteed, baked, or boiled.
Recently, I made Japanese Boiled Kale Salad and it was a hit. The sesame and soy combo gives it that scrumptious, unmistakable Japanese flavor that I love.
I also discovered other dishes you can make with this super green—kale chips, kale-slaw salad, kale pesto—it’s really versatile.