Asian Style Kale Free PD Recipe & Cooking Video


Kale lowers blood pressure, improves blood flow, shortens muscle recovery time, and reduces our risk of disease. The only problem with this miracle-leafy-green-answer to-optimal-health is that most people lock their lips at the thought of eating it. If you are steaming kale and struggling just getting it down the hatch, I have a resolution. This quick and easy recipe will put kale or any dark leafy green on the most requested list. On a Protective Diet we should be enjoying every meal we eat. I found a way to take boring steamed kale from blah to bam! It’s a perfect way to enjoy greens as a flavor-filled main dish served atop brown rice with a side of Healthy Hottie Sauce.

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    Comments (31)

    1. posted by Suzette King on November 19, 2020

      This recipe makes it easy to get your greens! I love it with Kale or Swiss Chard!

    2. posted by Janice Price on May 27, 2020

      This is such a great recipe. So simple and yet very tasty. I make it with all kinds of greens, but my favorite right now is beet greens…and I always triple the ginger!

    3. posted by Barbara Blazek on July 17, 2017

      My first PD recipe video and completed recipe! I loved this dish so much that I’ve bought more ingredients to have it again. The dry cooking of the onions turned out just as shown on the video. Who knew! Tomorrow maybe the breakfast brownies!

    4. posted by Blcoll on December 14, 2016

      Perhaps I made it wrong? It was veerryy chewy. I made it through though, no one else would eat it. Last night I used Spinach and it was much better.

      • posted by Julie Marie on January 2, 2017

        Try baby kale it’s much more tender that adult large leaves. It is typically sold washed in bags or boxes. Chopping it smaller and steaming it longer will also tenderize tougher leaves.

    5. posted by nzaki99 on April 17, 2016

      This was divine! I will make it a lot more often πŸ™‚

    6. posted by Jane Swart on October 10, 2015

      The first time I made this I didn’t like it. I decided to try it again and added diced browned onions to the mix. I love it now!

    7. posted by dianeb on September 26, 2015

      I love eating Kale with some splashes of apple cider vinegar over top. Then I would put the hottie sauce over that. Yummy

    8. posted by Cindy Anderson on May 11, 2015

      This is a family favorite! I love watching my 2 toddlers eat kale. I triple this recipe every time i make it, which is about twice a week πŸ™‚

    9. posted by smh on January 30, 2015

      This is now one of my husbands favorites over brown rice. I have to admit I was kind of shocked…he only used to like crunchy iceberg lettuce or romaine hearts with hidden valley ranch dressing! I usually use 1/2 a bag of the Costco Power Greens or chopped fresh collards.

    10. posted by karen d on January 30, 2015

      I have to say that I really had no interest in the Asian kale recipe but I had some greens that i needed to use up do I thought what the heck I will try it. All the time while making it I thought “I am not going to enjoy this”. Wrong! Quick! Easy! Absolutely delicious! Can’t wait to have it again! Gotta go get more greens! Pronto!

    11. posted by maria on October 10, 2014

      I love this recipe. You can make any variation you want. I actually liked kale after making this recipe.
      I never make this one the same. It just depends what I have in the fridge.
      I it tonight and I didn’t have kale so I used spinach, green cabbage, red bell pepper, red onion and green onion.
      The hottie sauce is wonderful with this recipe.

      This is a good recipe if you are wanting to increase your greens.

    12. posted by maria on April 6, 2014

      I have been trying to increase my leafy greens. Kale has not been my favorite until know. I have made this recipe twice now. I really enjoy this recipe. The flavor was wonderful. Perfect for over rice. This is an easy recipe.

      • posted by Amy Caruthers on April 26, 2014

        Loved it , thanks!

    13. posted by Amy Montoya on April 6, 2014

      LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe! Make it at least once a week! This is the recipe that got my children to eat Kale.

    14. posted by heidi ferguson on March 2, 2014

      This is very different from what I am used to eating but I really enjoyed it. I can’t always get kale at our rural grocery store so I am going to try it with spinach this evening. πŸ™‚

    15. posted by Penny on February 25, 2014

      Made this the other night, while I loved it my hubby wasn’t too thrilled about it. Today I got some Frank’s RedHot and added it to my leftovers and my husband loved it, even requested I make some more! Who knew eating so healthy could be so tasty and simple. What a great recipe to get you to eat your kale! πŸ™‚

    16. posted by lori h on February 24, 2014

      I believe I owe my glowing completion to this recipe! I could eat it for days on end. I get thrilled thinking of the healthy goodness I get out of each bite, not to mention mad energy. This is by far my very favorite PD recipe! Thanks Julie.

    17. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

      I’m not to the point where I crave my leafy greens yet. But I like to make this and mix it in with brown rice and stir fry veggies.

    18. posted by huclkengirl on December 10, 2013

      At first this was not my favorite! However it’s one of my favorites now! Love it!

    19. posted by Jmglackin on November 25, 2013

      This recipe was very simple & tasted great! I had never tried kale before except for the little bit that I put in my creamy potato soup, (which was also awesome!) so I was nervous…but the flavor was great. I added franks original red hot to it to spice it up and loved it.

    20. posted by tina iovine on November 11, 2013

      What do you think of Braggs Amino Acid?

    21. posted by April Mast on November 10, 2013

      Just made this and it’s really good! I used extra ginger since I love it so much. Yum! Thank you Julie!

    22. posted by Brittany on November 9, 2013

      Kale makes me salivate! This recipe is simple, yet delicious. I only used 1 T. of tamari because eating a WFPBNO diet has made me very salt-sensitive and most things are way too salty for me with any added sodium. Try this recipe for breakfast and you’ll be off to a great start!

      • posted by Julie Marie on November 9, 2013

        Excellent job paying attention to your reprogrammed taste buds! After the first 30 days I recommend cutting back the sodium in the recipes little by little.

    23. posted by Victoria Dollenmaier on October 23, 2013

      This was yummy! Simple. I definitely need a better ginger grater though… πŸ™ thanks Julie! This is my favorite rice TOO!

    24. posted by huclkengirl on October 19, 2013

      How many servings would you guess this would be?

    25. posted by Denise on July 20, 2013

      I love this recipe! It’s so easy to prepare, and the flavors just come together to make something so simple and so satisfying!

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