Warm winter kale salad recipe

What a way to start your  Australia Day celebrations than with one our favourite ingredients in our warm winter kale salad recipe? Kale a veritable powerhouse and is packed full of nutrients and vitamins A, C and vitamin K, which can help ward off cancer.

It is also jam-packed full of iron, is bursting with antioxidants and is high in calcium.

Not to be outdone by the kale, pumpkin also has some powerful health perks. It is rich in vitamin A and carotenoids, as well as beta-carotene, which is believed to help prevent cancer.

This power-house salad is easy to prepare, tastes great and can be enjoyed whether it's summer or the coldest of winter months.

We like to cool the pumpkin completely when we're eating it in summer, but love leaving it warm for a more hearty winter side dish.

Find this and more of our favourites in our SIBO Family Favourites cookbook, available in hard copy for scribbling your notes in or an eCookbook.

Thanks to our lovely friends at Organic Angels for supplying the scrumptious organic produce featured in this recipe. Click here to find out more about how they could deliver beautiful organic produce to your door.

warm winter kale salad recipe

Serves 4
Classification: Restricted phase, gluten-free, dairy-free, low FODMAP

the healthy gut blog to make tonight: warm winter kale salad


5 large kale leaves, washed, leaves torn from the stems
2 cups pumpkin, diced
2 tbs pumpkin seeds (retained from the pumpkin)
1 red capsicum
1 punnet cherry tomatoes, halved
2 tbs pine nuts, lightly toasted
3 tbs olive oil
1 tbs white wine vinegar
2 tsp wholegrain mustard
Salt & pepper for seasoning
Pre-heat the oven to 180C/355F.
Place the pumpkin pieces and seeds in a large bowl. Cover with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and season liberally with salt and pepper.
Cover a baking tray with baking paper, then place the pumpkin pieces on the tray. Place into the oven for 45–60minutes, or until the pieces are cooked and golden brown, and the seeds look roasted.
At the same time the pumpkin goes into the oven, place the whole capsicum on a shelf. Cook until the capsicum has blackened and the flesh is very soft, approximately 45 -60 minutes.
Meanwhile, place the halved cherry tomatoes in a bowl and cover with ½ tablespoon of olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Place on a second tray covered with baking paper, and roast for 30- 45 minutes, or until the tomatoes are roasted.
Place the torn kale leaves in a large bowl. Cover with the remaining olive oil. Massage the leaves for 5 minutes. This will help them to become tender.
Mix the vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper together then stir through the leaves. Remove the pumpkin, capsicum and tomatoes from the oven and cool slightly. Once the capsicum is cool enough to handle, remove the blackened skin, seeds and stem, then slice into ribbons.
Stir the roasted vegetables through the salad. Top with the roasted pumpkin seeds and pine nuts. Serve immediately.

Want more family favourites recipes?

Rebecca Coomes author Sibo Fam Fav Ebook Cookbook

The SIBO Family Favourites eCookbook is crammed full of family-friendly meals that the whole family can enjoy together. All recipes are based on the SIBO Bi-Phasic diet by Dr Nirala Jacobi ND and clearly list what phase they are suitable for.

All recipes are 100% gluten-free and soy-free. There are dairy-free, grain-free, sugar-free and low FODMAP options available.

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