Recipe by KatieTries2Cook
"Fresh summer side dish that puts kale to good use. Flavored with sweet pineapple juice and zesty Cajun seasoning. Corn and kale often come together in a CSA box as well, so never through that kale away again! You can sub your favorite citrus juice for pineapple juice for a different flavor."
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sweet corn, husked
kale - stems removed and discarded, leaves torn into bite-size pieces
salt, or more to taste
red bell pepper, chopped
Cajun seasoning, or to taste
salt, to taste
This was awesum! Since the corn and kale had to cooked- i made it a warm dish- simmered onion, garlic, and red pepper while kale cooked. Added oj, homemade salsa, and frozen corn. Simmered few minutes and added the kale. Salted to taste and it was a hit!
This was very good. Didn't have any pineapple juice, OJ worked just fine. My husband (who doesn't like Kale) even enjoyed it. Thanks!
It is amazing. I even added a jalapeno for good measure. I was so impressed. Thank you so much for this recipe. You made my day.
Hubby and I thought it was okay, but we didn't love it. Our babysitter really liked it, though. I did substitute OJ for pineapple juice and used a little fresh onion since I was out of onion powder. If I make it again (doubtful), I'll try doing it as a warm dish like whole planet mom suggested.
I have never used Kale before and decided to try something different. I also substituted the pineapple juice for orange juice and used frozen corn to save on time and it worked out great! My family loved it and I will definitely make this again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Corn and Kale Salad
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 98
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