Kids and Kale? Believe it, says Lanette Doran, who gets her three young helpers to assist her as she prepares this simple dish.
First the kale leaves are stripped from the stems before they are rolled into balls to make chopping easy. The chopped kale is then steamed while cashews are put in a blender with some onion powder. The kale is cooked until it’s bright green, and then it’s mixed with the chopped cashews and onion powder before serving.
In this kitchen, two of three kids give the final product an enthusiastic thumbs up, while the third remains unconvinced by kale. But as most parents will tell you, kids can be picky, and two out of three isn’t bad at all.
Try this recipe and post your kids’ feedback to comments.
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Additional reading: God of the Grill by Nick Massie, published June 13, 2012.