‘Kale Slaw with Soaked Raisins & Pine Nuts’

Recipe Courtesy of Sara Forte’s The Sprouted Kitchen Bowl & Spoon Cookbook

Hands down, my favorite variety of kale is Lacinato or Tuscan kale.  I like the sturdy yet tender texture of the leaves and its amazing versatility in the kitchen.  Crisped up in a hot oven as a snack, chopped thinly for a salad like this one, thrown into a healthy soup recipe or even sauteed….it is marvelous.

This raw kale slaw recipe is another wonderful recipe from Sara Forte’s The Sprouted Kitchen Bowl & Spoon cookbook.  Shredded Lacinato kale tossed with balsamic-plumped raisins, buttery pine nuts, crushed red pepper flakes, shallots, and Pecorino cheese makes for a memorable side dish. Some of the same white balsamic used to soak the raisins in is used on the greens, along with olive oil and a touch of salt and pepper.

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‘Kale Slaw with Soaked Raisins & Pine Nuts’

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  • Yield: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Recipe type: Salad or Side dish


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