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Grilled Kale Salad with Lemon Dressing. Ingredients. For the lemon vinaigrette* 1/4 cup (60ml) olive oil; 1 medium lemon, juiced; 1/4 cup (60ml) apple cider vinegar; 2 tablespoons maple syrup; 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard (certified gluten-free if necessary) For the kale salad. Grilled Meyer Lemon Dressing Heat a grill pan, or regular grill, over high heat. Slice each Meyer lemon in half and place flesh side down on the grill pan.

Grill until soft, warm and dark grill lines appear on the flesh of the lemon, 3 to 5 minutes. Grilled Kale Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette A delicious and summery Grilled Kale Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette! Topped with peaches, shallots and toasted hazelnuts, you will fall head over heels for this fun new recipe to get in your veggies!Kale Salad with Lemon Dressing.

Simple Massaged Kale Salad with Lemon Dressing is ready in under 5 minutes. This kale salad is simple yet full of flavor from the freshly grated parmesan, lemon, garlic and extra virgin olive oil. Serve this as a side to your favorite meal or as lunch. Prep Time 10 minutes.

Whip up the lemon dressing by putting all of the dressing ingredients (apple cider vinegar, maple syrup, lemon juice, salt and pepper, olive oil) into a mason jar and shake, shake, shake until it all emulsifies and becomes a sweet, creamy dressing. Pour the lemon dressing onto the salad and toss to coat everything. It is so incredibly tasty.

In a large bowl, combine massaged kale, broccoli, almonds, cheese, carrots, onion, sunflower seeds, cranberries. Shake your dressing once more and pour about 1/3 of the dressing over the salad. Toss to coat and add extra dressing, to taste. To make the dressing, add all ingredients to a bowl and whisk together until thoroughly combined To assemble the salad, place the kale, almonds, and Parmesan into a large bowl. Top with dressing and toss to combine You may need less dressing (or maybe a little more) depending on the size of your bunches of kale.

The lemon vinaigrette dressing is easy to make and come together in just minutes. Fresh lemon juice, lemon zest, Dijon mustard, shallots, and a bit of honey create the perfect blend of sweet and tart to compliment the grilled salmon. I found some gorgeous Alaskan salmon fillets to grill and put on top of the kale salad. Instructions To make the dressing: In a small to medium mixing bowl, combine olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, oregano, salt, and pepper. Cut out and discard the stem and central rib from each kale leaf.

In a large bowl, toss the kale leaves with 2 tablespoons grapeseed oil and 1/4 teaspoon sal.

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Add the kale and cook, stirring, until wilted and tender, about 5 minutes.

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Remove and discard the garlic then add the kale, water, and salt.

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Meanwhile, cook a couple of cloves of garlic in olive oil until fragrant, then add spinach and keep cooking until just wilted, just a couple of minutes; sprinkle with salt and pepper.

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  • This looks so delicious! I’m glad I found this video:) What brand of feta do you use? I’ve had good feta in the past but have trouble finding one I like in the grocery store.

  • I made this today and thoroughly enjoyed it. It took some will power not to gobble up the whole thing. After 24 days of severe intestinal distress, it is the first thing I have eaten that hasn’t caused more discomfort. Thank you for offering us this delicious recipe. I look forward to trying more of your recipes.

  • I had a salad much like this in a restaurant the other day. It was delicious. The ingredients were all the same except it was also topped with some cubed roasted butternut squash, pommagranate seeds instead of the cranberries, and pecans instead of walnuts and a little tiny bit of bacon.

  • Way too much oil and salt from the olives. It defeats the purpose of it being a salad and healthy. It’s better to massage the kale with lemon juice and add tomatoes, bell peppers, avocado and cucumber. Hold the oil and add chopped almonds and feta cheese instead to taste

  • The olives are cooked? If so raw & cooked eaten together causes digestive distress, right? Is this for 10 days that a person is to eat; is there a risk of kidney stones?Thanks.

  • I recently saw some persimmons in my local store and I really want to try them but I know nothing about them. You should do a persimmon 101 video!

  • This looks absolutely delicious! I’m making this tomorrow.
    BTW do you have a cold? It sounds like it. I hope you’ll be well by thanksgiving if that’s the case.

  • This is a little creepy but i just bought all of these ingredience today because I was craving it and now you have this recipe coming up. I love it!

  • Great recipe, I would suggest avocado oil instead and reduce the oil to 1/4 of cup. The olive oil flavor is too bitter and strong

  • Hey Dani!!! Thanks so much for this recipe-Ive been craving kale and I knew you would come through for a good recipe. Hope everything is well with you and your family. As always, thanks for sharing.

  • Gotta hand it to the Kale marketing board. They convinced millions that a nasty, completely inedible, vile weed, which was only fit to decorate a salad bar, is some how delicious and nutritious.
    Sorry, can’t stand it.
    Like this guy and his teachings though.

  • Dani YES M’AM to not stressing over pie!!!!:+D A Blessed Thanksgiving to you!
    I just made a kale salad the other day. The recipe I followed mentioned allowing the shallots to rest in the liquids for a bit so the flavors would mesh. I did, but couldn’t really tell. I guess I like a more onion flavor. Question for ya: Are there different types of kale? I only find two, organic and non. If there’s a smaller leafed kale, I would need some information on that. THANK YOU! Denise

  • Way too much oil and salt from the olives. It defeats the purpose of it being a salad and healthy. It’s better to massage the kale with lemon juice and add tomatoes, bell peppers, avocado and cucumber. Hold the oil and add chopped almonds and feta cheese instead to taste

  • Its a little early, but my new years resolution is too lose some weight, I am bookmarking these shows to have your help along the way. Thanks for the great channel Dani!!

  • Kale is an awful tasting garbage plant. Eat things that taste good by themselves. Kale is just a garbage weed that went viral and everyone agrees privately it sucks and tastes bad and doesn’t go with any good tasting recipe.. Fuck the Kale Fail Fad.

  • On top of everything you did…. Ad some organic red kidney beans, and some organic black grapes to it..

    Oh, and as well as olive oil, ad a little organic balsamic vinegar as well. And try it.

    Trust me.

  • Thank you Dr Hyman. As always a great recipe. I try and incorporate kale as much as I can in my diet. I have a couple of kale recipes on my channel as well.

  • Love the recipe chef! I LOVE kale but I hate its bitterness and toughness. My secret trick is to MASSAGE the kale so it becomes tender. I made a video my channel if any of you guys watching wanna make some tasty kale: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flZez24O0pU ��

  • For those concerned about eating raw kale, doesn’t the massaging and lemon effectively wilt (cook) the kale enough to equal light steaming?

  • Anyone tried the Fenoboci Diet Plan? I’ve heard some awesome things about it and my mate lost lots of weight with Fenoboci Diet Plan (just google search it).

  • Please research the affects of eating raw kale before following this. Raw Kale contains the substance thiocyanate, which is proven to interfere with adequate iodine nutrition, and contains substances (goitrogens) that may contribute to an enlarged thyroid. Experts recommend you steam it slightly or cook before eating. Again, please research this subject before following it.

  • How do I get the recipe amounts? I searched on Splendor in the Raw but didn’t see it. I love your recipes and presentation. You are a natural in more ways than one! Thanks so much!