Creamy Curried Kale Salad : A Raw Food Recipe by Joanna Steven

Wednesday Mar 28 | BY |
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“Quick and easy salad full of nutritious antioxidants.”

Creamy Curried Kale Salad: A Raw Food Recipe by Joanna Steven

Serves: 2, as a side dish

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Who said raw foods are too time consuming? Few things take less time than a salad, and this one is full of nutrition thanks to the creamy avocado and delicious kale. Toss it together in less than 10 minutes!

1 large avocado, ripe
1 t – 1 T lemon juice
1 T curry powder (I used Simply Organic)
1 bunch kale (about 4-6 ounces), de-ribbed and leaves coarsly chopped
1/2 t salt (I used Herbamare)
1 T olive oil
5 large cherry tomatoes, quartered


  1. In a small food processor, blend the avocado, lemon juice and curry powder until smooth. Taste and adjust if needed.
  2. In a large bowl, massage the kale with olive oil and salt until softer and darker in color.
  3. Toss the kale with the avocado blend, and fold in the tomatoes.
Joanna Steven

Joanna Steven

Joanna Steven is a raw food coach, and a writer for publications and websites like Get Fresh!, the Raw Divas blog, the Raw Mom blog, EcoHearth and more. She is the author of Well Rounded, the ultimate guide on having a successful raw food pregnancy. Additionally, Joanna is the co-author with raw vegan celebrity Tonya Kay of The Raw Nutritional Analysis Series, a series of eBooks detailing Tonya Kay’s diet throughout the seasons with full nutritional breakdown of the recipes. She regularly writes about her family’s high raw diet, including her toddler son’s, on her blog.


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  1. Sounds ridiculously yummy!! I will definitely be making this this week!!

  2. naomi says:

    oh yum thanks! can hardly wait for kale to come into season (australia)

  3. Joan says:

    Yes, it looks really good and simple enough for me to handle!!! Thanks!

  4. Jenni McNabb says:

    Very simple. Can’t wait to try it, thanks so much!

  5. Judy Hartman says:

    I have tons of collards in my square foot raised organic garden. I am going to try this salad with collards! I will cut them into very small ribbons:)

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