Hazelnut, parmesan and kale salad

Someone tweeted that kale is the new Celine, and I have to agree. I’m just as obsessed with this salad as I am with the gray on gray trapeze tote. The first time I tried this nut, cheese, and tamari concoction, my girlfriends and I were at beach. We focused our culinary efforts on burgers and pints of ice cream, but this dish was so delicious it snuck by. Despite that it’s composed of one of the healthiest veggies out there.

Hazelnut, parmesan and kale salad

Ingredients:

3 cups of kale torn up, stems taken out
1/2 cup chopped hazelnuts
1/2 grated parmesan
2 T olive oil
1 T wheat-free tamari
1 T rice vinegar

Pour tamari, oil and vinegar into a bowl and toss with the kale. Let it marinate overnight in the fridge. Add nuts and cheese.

Enjoy still sweaty from the gym, watching the Ryan Lochte, on the couch.

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10 comments

  1. The pictures, along with your description, make this salad look so appetizing! I will have to try this; thank you for sharing.

    • Congratulations on your blogoversary! That’s quite an avceihement. Two years and my favorite green, kale, are worth celebrating. Here’s my entry:When I want to pump iron – I choose kale.Calcium? I choose kale without fail.Fiber, flavonoids, omega-threes,Potassium, antioxidants – all of these.For other veggies, I will chop and saute9,For kale, I’ll massage till its cares are away.Into a smoothie, a salad, and side,Its nutrient properties are bona fide.With a cashew dressing or squeezed with citrus,Kale, I could never ever forget this.A cruciferous goddess with anti-cancer properties,This and more – kale, it is all of these.Whether purple, dinosaur, or lacinato,To the store to get it – I’ve just got to.And when I’ve swallowed its vitamins – k, a, and c,I’ll absorb all its iron (unless I enjoy it with tea).

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