Lemon Vinaigrette Kale Salad Recipe
Yummy Kale Salad Recipe! I always get asked how to get more kale into your diet? Well here is the trick, like you see in this recipe if you squeeze half a lemon onto your kale and massage it in, it really softens the kale and makes it easier to indulge! Let me know how you like this one! I suggest you pair this salad as a side with 4-6 oz of your favorite protein to make it a complete meal.
How to effortlessly seed your pomegranate:
- Cut off the top and crown and discard.
- Cut through the peel of the pomegranate from stem to end along the white sections that run from the center to the peel between the seeds—there should be six sections to score between. Note that you are cutting into but not through the pomegranate.
- Pull the pomegranate apart into sections
- Working over a clean work surface or bowl, turn each pomegranate section “out.” Take the edges of the section and pull them back towards you to push the seeds out towards the bowl. Gently rub or “pop” each seed off the pith or inside peel of the pomegranate. Ripe pomegranate seeds will come off the pith relatively easily, although you may need to remove a bit of pith at the seeds’ ends where they were attached to the peel
A note about selecting your pomegranate: Pomegranates do not ripen after they’re picked and yet bruise relatively easily when ripe. This means a lot of pomegranates are picked a bit under-ripe. Find truly ripe, fresh pomegranates at farmers markets, co-ops and farm stands.
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