All Hail The Vegetable Kale

Kale can be used for so much more than making collard greens. It’s a great base for smoothies. Links for recipes after the jump.

I found an extensive curated list from across the web at Urban Bush Babes. Here’s a few that stood out:

kale salad with golden beets, green garlic, and a lime vinaigrette

Kale and Parmesan Frittata with Tomatoes

Mint Tahini Pineapple Kale Tofu Wrap

Here’s one I’m adding from one of my favorite food blogs, Sprouted Kitchen. I love all sorts of greens with roasted red peppers and perhaps a milder cow’s milk Spanish cheese like Tetilla  – or one more tangy like Mahón. Either way, enjoy some tasty and wholesome food!


13 comments to All Hail The Vegetable Kale

  • MsMellody

    Back to report on the recipe for Butternut Squash Kale Lasagna;

    Delicious!! Even despite my using the wrong size baking pan for the recipe!! I would remind any of us here to read the recipe thoroughly and use the correct size cookware for this lasagna.

    I also want to add that I decided to make things easier on myself and I used the pre-cut Butternut squash, and the pre-chopped bagged Kale both from Trader Joes. That was a great decision and it made working with these ingredients much easier for me.

    I'm only including this bit of info because I come from a cooking background that taught me to do EVERYTHING from scratch, and this felt great to utilize some easier techniques to get me to the place I needed to be. Sounds a lot like some of the lessons we have shared thru out the BWE/Common sense sphere, doesn't it ? Just a thought.

    All in all the recipe yields a very healthy dish, full of brightly colored vegetables and italian cheeses.

  • MsMellody

    These recipes look really great. I really appreciate these new recipes. Coincidentally I will be trying a "Butternut Squash Kale Lasagna" recipe this weekend. I am doing a "pre-view" of sorts before I serve this item for guests!! I found it in Cooking Light Magazine, March 2013 issue page 110 for yummy pic and page 114 for the recipe. Thanks Faith for the post of the Kale poster..very informative.

  • liftingasweclimb

    Thank goodness kale chips are easy to make. Try using rainbow or Dino kale for color and variety.

  • foreverloyal

    I love kale chips. I love to eat the raw kale chips from the store, and am set to try to make my own this weekend. Store-bought is oh-so-yummy and equally expensive!

    I've baked them before and love them that way too.

  • Lorie

    I dislike collard greens and nearly all bitter foods. However, I love making kale chips (drizzled with olive oil, baked at low temperature and sprinkled with a little salt)! Healthy and delicious :) Perhaps I will try one of the ideas above. Thank you, Faith!

  • I am so used to eating kale cooked as a sign but not in these inventive ways! Sounds like time to experiment in the kitchen ^_^