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The key to this salad is finely chopping the kale leaves.
Nondairy milk and cashews combine to create a creamy sauce for kale or your favorite leafy greens.
A tasty and fabulously healthful side dish. Excellent with a garnish of sliced almonds, too.
Lacinato kale, also known as dinosaur kale, isn't as tough as curly kale and lends itself well to raw salads like this one. This recipe will easily double for a big group or potluck.
A flavorful blend of curry, ginger, garlic and tamari creates the coating for these kale chips.
Here's a quick and easy dip that's bound to win nutrient-packed kale a few new fans. Serve with vegetable dippers or whole-grain crackers.
Cherries add a touch of sweetness to thinly sliced kale quickly wilted in apple juice. It's an unexpected pairing but the flavors blend well to make a filling vegetarian side dish.
This hearty dish features mushrooms, kale and egg noodles, bound with cottage cheese and sour cream for richness. Use a variety of mushrooms in place of the button mushrooms, if you like.
Kale is full of vitamins (beta carotene and vitamin C among them) and antioxidant properties, making it a healthy choice for meals. Lucky for us, it's delicious, too. Serve this juicy side dish over polenta or brown rice.
This variation on the classic Waldorf salad uses kale instead of lettuce and adds apple and walnuts to the dressing for a creamy consistency without using the typical mayonnaise base.
You'll be surprised how easy and tasty this kale preparation is. Andrea from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, sent us this recipe with a note: "It's the only recipe I've found where the kale is not masked by other flavors or cooking methods, and it's crunchy. That makes it fun to eat, plus it's delicious." We are in complete agreement; this recipe quickly became a test kitchen favorite.
We like the flavor and firm texture of Honeycrisp apples in this quick sauté, but other crunchy, sweet-tart varieties such as Galas or Braeburns will work too.
This delicious stuffing is rich and rustic if you use whole wheat bread, lighter using white.
This crisp snack combines some traditional Italian flavors to make a healthy yet tasty treat.
This crisp snack doesn't actually have any cheese or dairy in it but delivers a cheesy, savory flavor in a healthy way.
Subtly sweet, toasted macadamia nuts take kale to new culinary heights in this easy side.
This outstanding salad is loaded with flavor and packed with nutrient-rich ingredients. Baking the salmon for the recipe is easy, but you can also use leftover grilled or poached salmon. Find baby kale in the packaged salad greens section.
Avocado provides rich flavor and creamy texture in this simple salad.
In Kenya, this popular dish is eaten without utensils, with chapati (a variety of flatbread) or ugali (a type of cornmeal mush) used to scoop up bites instead. This recipe was inspired by a Whole Planet Foundation microcredit client.
This delicious vegetable dish is good eating at its best. It's both flavorful and packed with nutrition. Excellent as a leftover (it keeps refrigerated for up to 3 days), you can even make it a main course by tossing it with chickpeas, black beans or diced baked tofu.