• Grilled Kale and other Greens

    Greens on the grill

    I bet you already know about kale chips, kale pesto, and sautéed kale. But have you tried grilled kale? A quick on and off the grill and it’s done. Highly recommended.

    Greens ready to grill

    It’s quite simple to throw a bunch of trimmed greens, asparagus, and green beans on the grill right after you’ve finished grilling other stuff.

    In fact, I recommend grilling an assortment of greens, plus some red pepper, mushrooms, and red onions. Just coat them with some oil, sea salt, and crushed garlic (or garlic powder), and place on a medium hot grill. Kale doesn’t take more than a minute on each side to grill, but other greens, like green onions and green beans will take a few minutes on each side.

    Grilled greens

    I eat around the kale stem because it’s still very firm, but you can chop the kale up, or even chop all the grilled greens up and create a salad. A honey mustard vinaigrette dressing goes great with grilled greens.

    Grilled greens salad

    Almost-gone grilled greens


    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD, Vegetarian  |  5 Comments

    5 Responses to Grilled Kale and other Greens

    1. What a wonderful idea! I grill lettuce and endive but have never thought to grill kale and other similar greens.

    2. oh that looks so delicious! i loveeee grilled veggies! yum!!

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    4. April says:

      Sounds great! Psst, think you want to change the lead-in header from “greans” to “greens.”

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