Sesame Kale Mixture

I feel bad calling this a recipe because it’s so easy, so I’ll call it a mixture. The main players featured above compliment one another quite nicely in the dish below.

Sesame Kale

  • 3 cups of fresh kale
  • 1 1/2 tbsp Tamari/Shoyu/Soy Sauce
  • 1-2 tbsp Eden Organic Gomasio (Organic roasted sesame seeds, sea salt, and seaweed)

Steam Kale for about 4 minutes (depending on how cooked you like you kale). Transfer the steamed kale into a dish and add the tamari and gomasio and gently mix.

A delish and nutrish side dish in less than 5 minutes.. take that Racheal Ray!

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Comments

  1. YUM!!

  2. Hahah, totally love it! I love the greeeeennnn!!!

  3. Very earth day friendly :)

  4. Sounds good. But wait…you can buy kale in a bag like that? Man…the things you can get in the States.

  5. Looks delicious! I love kale.

  6. kale! never had it, must try :D

  7. broccolihut says:

    So what exactly does gomasio taste like?

  8. I have that exact gomasio! And I have that brand of shoyu! I’m so making this (but with spinach, because I actually don’t have any kale :P).

  9. Looks good!

  10. You beat Rachel Ray any day!!

  11. I’ve never seen Kale sold in a bag before! anywho! It looks really good and healthy!

  12. um, YUMMMM! Great Idea!

  13. Sounds perfect! Now I just need to find precut/washed kale in a bag! I’ve always bought it the old fashioned way and I’ll admit that I’m less likely to make it because I have to put it through the salad spinner first. :(

  14. Yum! I love kale and am always in the market for new ways to prepare it.

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