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I use less onion season to taste and add toasted rough chopped almonds. We enjoy this as a side dish as well as a main dish by adding smoked salmon and Pecorino Romano. Easy and healthy. Thanks for sharing.
Fantastic! I made a big bowl thinking it would last us for a few meals but no we ate it all in one supper! The kale I used had purple spines not sure what variety that is and it was so pretty. I also cut down on prep time by using bagged carrot slaw and I threw some chicken in to make it a complete meal. I only marinated it for about four hours and it was perfect. I am going to be making this for two family reunions this summer and can't wait to hear the rave reviews!
This was a fantastic dish but only with some modifications to the recipe to make it that way; hence I deducted stars. I used all quantities and ingredients indicated and followed the recipe steps exactly except that I used equal amounts of oil and vinegar as other reviewers suggested. If I had not followed this suggestion the dish would have been overwhelmingly oily. After letting the slaw marinate I tasted it for salt and pepper (I had added the pinch of each as suggested in the recipe when I mixed it earlier). I found that I needed to add 1/2 tsp. salt and 1/4 tsp. pepper to the slaw to make it edible; otherwise it would have been completely bland. With the modifications listed above this dish was the hit of my family's Christmas gathering. We ate it for two more days and it remained crunchy and delicious. It was the perfect dish to balance out the heavier foods of a Christmas dinner and I'll be making it again in the future.
I love this slaw with kale from my local farmers market. I usually substitute brocoli slaw instead of the cabbage and carrots. I use organic sugar instead of maple syrup. Also have used red wine vinegar instead of balsamic. Great healthy salad for the winter!
In the midwest they make vegatables larger! I only used 1/2 of a cabbage and 1/2 of a "bunch" of kale. This recipe does not need the full 2/3 cup oil about 1/2 cup should do nicely. Otherwise very good.
This was just average for us. It sounded so interesting but nothing about it made me say Wow. It needs something to vary the texture--some pine nuts or walnuts would be nice and maybe some sun-dried tomatoes. Otherwise it was a bit boring. Thanks anyway.