Kale and Black Bean Salad With Avocado

 

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A fresh burrito bowl with super flavorful components—lime marinated kale, seasoned black beans, brown rice and avocado salsa verde. This recipe is both gluten free and vegan. Kale, Broad Bean and Avocado Salad.

13th April 2020 By Louise Leave a Comment. Kale, Broad bean & Avocado Salad. You can never go wrong with a salad in the spring and summer. Massaged kale is a surprising good ingredient, add a delicious dressing with a few other tasty vegetables and you have a balanced and nutritious meal. Season the dressing to taste, adding more salt or lime juice, if needed.

Set aside. To a large mixing bowl, add the kale. Drizzle half of the dressing over the kale and massage for a minute or two until the kale is wilted and softened. Add the black beans, herbs, corn, bell pepper, tomatoes and onion to the kale.

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Kale Salad-this beautiful and colorful kale salad is loaded with sweet potatoes, black beans, avocado, jicama, pepitas, cotija. Place kale in a steamer basket over 1 inch of boiling water in a saucepan. Cover saucepan with a lid and steam kale until hot, about 45 seconds; transfer to a large plate.

Top kale with quinoa, avocado. The salad starts with two pantry staples — canned black beans and corn — which provide a hearty base. Next, toss in diced fresh tomatoes and creamy avocado, along with all the seasonings. Chop all the ingredients into small pieces so that they’re just a bit larger than the beans and corn kernels, which will make the salad. Combine the corn and black beans with the remaining ingredients, except for the avocado.

Toss and chill until ready to serve. Before serving, dice the avocado and add to the salad. It’s important to add the avocado at the last minute to keep it from turning brown.

Quinoa and kale 1 cup quinoa 1 bunch kale, ribs removed and chopped into very small, bite-sized pieces 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium lime, juiced ½ teaspoon salt. Gently fold in black beans, avocado and feta cheese. Place pecans into a pan and sprinkle sugar and 1/8 teaspoon salt over pecans; cook and stir over medium-low heat until fragrant and sugar is dissolved, 3 to 5 minutes.

Cool pecans and chop. Distribute salad among serving bowls and top with toasted pecans and fresh coriander. Not.

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If you’re not a fan, you can substitute lettuce for half of the kale.

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Add the garlic, kale, and beans and cook for 3 minutes, or until the kale is wilted.

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Simply toss together 1 head or bunch of greens (romaine is my standby, but feel free to substitute kale, chard, spinach—you name it), about half that volume of bite-size fruit (I used mangoes, blackberries, and kiwi), a handful of cilantro leaves, a couple cups of halved cherry tomatoes, and a diced cucumber.

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Meanwhile, in a large bowl, combine the kale, parsley, lemon juice, garlic, and salt and pepper to taste.

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This dish is best prepared the day before serving to allow the kale to marinate and soften.

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  • This looks fantastic and I just made it tonight. Letting it chill now and I know it’ll be delicious. Great video but you really need to get yourself a new knife ��

  • Anyone know tasty quinoa meals without beans? I already eat plenty of beans thought the day, so I don’t really want another meal with beans

  • How delicious and inviting that looks my husband would love this I’m going to have to try it Karen thanks for the recipe thumbs up all the way:-)

  • I keep seeing all these quinoa recipes that are like Mediterranean and requires mango, or soy, or honey, and they look great and all, but my Mexican senses were not feeling it.

    SO glad I found this. Don’t know why I didnt think of this myself! Thank you!!!

  • I have a guest coming for dinner tonight and this is exactly what I’m making, with roast chicken on the side…lol of course….so thank you gorgeous.

  • Recipe looks tasty and I will have to try it. Beans, Kale and other Greens are among my favourite vegan whole plants foods. Vegan whole plants foods diet is the only one that’s shown to reverse heart disease, strokes and other causes of death in the top 15 ways to die. So you will live longer and enjoy life more due to this lifestyle.

  • That looks so refreshingly delicious.
    I just got a bunch of avocados but I’m missing most of the other ingredients.
    I’ll be adding the missing stuff to my shopping list.  
    It’s the perfect summer side dish.

  • You could soak the cashews to speed up the blending process and make the result creamier:) Thanks for your awesome spirits and recipes, def gonna give this one a try!

  • The close-up of the dish (in the beginning) is colorful & refreshing. How gorgeous! Just unable not to subscribe your channel.
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  • I’m so glad you added the two whole limes in there because I HATE seeing people add little splashes of lime that disappear once everything is mixed. We Mexicana use a lot of citrus in our recipes, and points for not deveining or deseeding the chile ���� I’m going to make this right now!

  • Oh yeah Karen!!  I love avocados and black beans and they’re good for you!  This looks amazing!  That would not serve 4 in my house……I WOULD EAT IT ALL!  YUM!

  • I’ve made this numerous times but without the tomatoes and avocado as a substitute for protein on a salad (salad already has tomatoes). Absolutely delicious! I also have that chopper. Awesome kitchen gadget.

  • My mom loves, I mean, she goes absolutely crazy for black beans and avocados. What a great recipe for me to make for her. Thanks Karen!

  • Karen, thanks for another winning recipe! As you were adding ingredients I kept saying to myself, “yup, I love that. Yup, I love that too…” The scene is set beautifully! I can’t find limes anywhere that large and juicy as yours! You outdid yourself as a video producer and set designer! Magnificent work my friend!

  • This recipe looks so good! I really love everything you share and the step-by-step instructions are so helpful. I am wondering if you can share your best “go-to” dishes & recipes for large potlucks? we are always having potlucks at work for about 20 people, but since it’s at work we need something that is easy to eat and stays good if it’s not super hot. We do have a microwave if necessary. Any ideas? Thanks a bunch!

  • hey dear, I love love love your food blog and channel. Came here from reading your blog post about how to start a food blog on Pinterest. Keep creating and sharing, All the best,
    -Cagla.
    xxx

    (Ps: I am also a healthy food blogger and foodie & travel youtuber. You can check my channel If you like!)

  • NIce recipe, I liked the video. Just curious, lol, are you left-handed or is the video reversed? I’m left-handed but use a knife with my right hand for some reason.

  • Thank you guys! Both of you have inspired me become more healthy! I will definitely invest in buying the brilliant book of yours 😉