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Kale is packed with vitamin K, high in vitamins A and C, and rich in fiber, too. Enjoy this flavorful leafy green in kale salads, kale chips, kale soup, and more. We've rounded up our favorite recipes with kale for you to enjoy.
This is not your average breakfast casserole. Sun-dried tomatoes and spicy chorizo give the bread-based dish a burst of flavor, while kale and red beans guarantee to keep you full all morning long.
Save on time and dirty dishes when you make this easy one-pot kale pasta dish. Flavored with blackened seasoning, a spice blend inspired by the flavors of Cajun cooking, the dinner recipe incorporates orechiette pasta, kale leaves, and diced ham.
Kale is great in hearty soups because it maintains its savory flavor regardless of the mix of ingredients. Pair the green vegetable with four types of beans, canned pumpkin, and tomatoes in your slow cooker for a wholesome soup that's ready when you are.
If salad seems surprising from your slow cooker, consider ingredients like eggplant and kale that benefit from the hassle-free heat. After simmering with tomatoes, sweet peppers, and onion, the vegetables join toasted bread cubes and shredded Parmesan for a new twist on classic panzanella.
Give pasta a purpose with powerhouse ingredients like fresh kale. This 25-minute dinner gets added flavor from lower-calorie wild mushrooms instead of just meat or cheese.
On a budget? These fabulous and filling breakfast wraps ring up at just $1.86 per serving. Stuffed with crumbled bacon, wilted kale, and cheesy scrambled eggs, the satisfying sandwiches take mere minutes to prepare.
Warm up a cool evening with our smoky sausage, bean, and veggie-packed stew. Watch as chef Scott Peacock shows you how to prepare the flavorful stew step by step.
Baby kale is harvested early so it maintains a sweet and tender flavor with less bite than regular kale. Wilt the greens with paprika and brown sugar before topping with hard-cooked eggs and shredded Parmesan cheese.
Traditional coleslaw gets a trendy (and tasty) update when made with kale leaves and purple cabbage instead of lettuce. A tangy vinegar dressing and pepitas top our elegant kale salad.
Serve up your favorite nutrient-rich green in this main-dish kale salad recipe. Not only does it boast a smorgasbord of delicious ingredients -- kale, chicken, citrus, and pear -- but it also has a whopping 35 grams of protein per serving.
Watch as we show you the simple steps for how to make kale chips, as well as an easy way to turn crunchy kale into a side dish, too.
Kale doesn't have to be cooked. Tossing it in our lemon-and-garlic dressing infuses it with flavor and softens its crunchy texture. Pecorino Romano and bread crumbs add a touch of texture to this easy kale salad recipe.
Incorporate kale into your weekly routine by slow-cooking it with whole grains such as farro, barley, and more. Supplemented with sweet potatoes and pinto beans, this recipe makes a low-calorie side dish or simple-yet-filling main.
The simplest way to prepare kale leaves is to massage lemon juice, olive oil, and a little salt into the tasty green. Massaging the leaves makes the kale silky smooth without any cooking.
Head to your local grocery store produce section for the fresh market vegetables in this pasta salad. Baby kale, tomatoes, and noodles accompany your veggie finds in our easy kale recipe.
Looking for a lean, green side dish that adds deliciousness to any meal? We've got you covered. Our healthy edamame and kale recipe is ready in just 25 minutes.
Knowing how to make kale chips gives you the ability to prepare a savory, healthy snack with ease. With a touch of chili powder and ground cumin, this is a zippy chip you can feel good about noshing.
Gruyere and Parmesan cheeses are the secret to the creaminess of this easy kale side dish. Keep the simple recipe on hand for special occasions or everyday meals.
Indulge your macaroni and cheese craving and skip the calorie overload with our quick pumpkin-and-kale pasta pleaser. This rich, creamy version is a can't-miss comfort food.
Sweet potatoes get fresh flavor with the help of kale and shallots. Add a little prosciutto and a drizzle of honey, and you've got yourself one sweet-and-savory side dish.
Make kale a part of your breakfast lineup -- try our flavorful goat cheese and sun-dried tomato frittata. It gets rave reviews as a perfect brunch dish.
This bright-flavor stew is easy, healthy, and layered with irresistible ingredients. Lemon juice and kale add freshness to this bean-laden, veggie-packed stew that's perfect for pairing with a thick slice of crusty bread.
Kale stars alongside cauliflower, carrots, and corn in our top-rated vegetarian casserole. It's a crowd-pleaser that works for meatless Monday or any other day of the week.