A Steamed Kale Recipe That Raises Your Vibration!

kale recipeOk, today I found myself giving my favorite kale recipe to one of my clients in a session. After doing this, I realized what an important recipe this is – as it makes one of the BEST green for you taste like one of the BEST green food, period.  Even my 9-year old son and his friends fight each other for more when I make this kale for them!

In a bowl combine:

2 Tablespoons oil (olive, sunflower etc. – your choice)
2 Tablespoons tamari (a type of soy sauce)
1-2 minced cloves of garlic

On the stove:

Heat 5 Tablespoons (or to taste) of sesame seeds in a dry pan (no oil needed) until they are lightly toasted. Set aside.

De-stem the bunch of kale and rip it into pieces. Steam it for three and a half minutes.

Combine all three!

Let me know what you think!!! I ZING after eating this every time! Kale grounds, clears and helps balances acidity-and this recipe takes less than 10 minutes to make!

5 replies
  1. Shaughn Adkins
    Shaughn Adkins says:

    I got the same recipe from my co-op years ago!! I also will use some reserved sauteed onion that I may have saved from something else.
    I also will used 3-4 leaves of kale in a smoothie with a medium apple, carrot and 1/2 cucumber. I add kale to white bean soup/stew(it’s thick so Thats what I call it!!} and other things!! 🙂

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  2. Pat
    Pat says:

    Thank you. This looks GREAT!!! I also do a quick job of collards or kale by rolling them up and cutting little strips (I think that’s called a Chiffonade). Then in non-stick pan and maybe a little olive oil fry up some garlic and maybe some fresh ginger…only a few minutes. Then put the pile of greens strips on top…fry only until wilted. Then at the very end put some hard/grated (from a bag) Parmesan cheese and let it melt a little. Cover the pan and shut off the heat so the cheese melts. VERY quick and healthy.

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  3. Adrianna
    Adrianna says:

    I have tried kale several times in soup, and another recipe. It was always tough, & I thought thats just the way it is….. whatever was I doing wrong???

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  4. suzyblujeanz
    suzyblujeanz says:

    Love, love, love this recipe!!! I am not a great cook and I’m always looking for healthy and simple recipes. This one is a gem. Yummy and good for you on so many levels.

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  5. Kirsten
    Kirsten says:

    Try laying Kale on a cookie sheet…drizzle olive oil over the kale. Put it in the oven at 250-300. You need to watch it- it will get really crispy- take it out and sprinkle salt on it-
    it is so yummy- the kale takes on a deep potaoey/root taste that is like a healthy chip!

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