Best KALE STIR FRY

Kale is a cool cabbage that kicks broccoli’s ass (at least in this recipe it does). For more Chef Buck video recipes check out the playlist www.youtube.com Ginger-Kale Stir Fry ingredients: 1 bunch KALE 1 inch piece fresh GINGER 1 medium ONION (cut into slices) ½ cup CARROT (thin cut or string cut) 1 hot PEPPER (finely chopped, optional) 1 Tbsp SESAME OIL SALT (to taste) 1 Tbsp TAHINI 3-4 Tbsp SOY SAUCE directions: Divide a 1″ piece of ginger into two halves. Finely chop one half to use in the sauce and thinly slice the other half and set aside to cook with the stir fry. In a small bowl, mix together the tahini and soy sauce until a thin peanut-buttery consistency is achieved. Mix the finely chopped ginger into the sauce and set aside. Wash kale, remove spine, and cut or tear into mouth-manageable pieces. Heat the sesame oil on medium high and sauté onion slices and finely chopped pepper for 1 minute. Add a pinch of salt (not much salt will be needed because of the salt in the soy sauce). Add Ginger slices and cook for another minute. Reduce heat to medium and add the kale and carrots. Mix thoroughly with the onion, pepper, and ginger. Cover and allow to cook for 2 minutes. Turn off heat and add sauce. Toss well and serve hot (and it goes great with rice). Bon appétit! More Buck Redbuck: www.facebook.com twitter.com chefbuck.blogspot.com www.youtube.com Shot with a Canon 60D and 50mm f1.8 and edited in Sony Vegas Movie Studio. ginger kale stir fry vegetarian recipe quick
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 thoughts on “Best KALE STIR FRY

  1. FromUnderTheRock

    that’s great! I haven’t had anything with beets or kale in it for….weeks?  It’s definitely been too long! Thanks for the nice comment, and for reminding me I need to eat a healthy dish sometime this week :^)

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  2. Vanessa Lang

    I made this for my husband who is vegan and he raved about it! Gave me a 9/10 only because it was a little bit salty. Thanks for posting! Also your Kale / Beet salad got rave reviews too.

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  3. FromUnderTheRock

    thanks–and I agree–the sauce really makes it yummy. I use tahini and also peanut butter in a lot of sauces for vegetables–I’m all about the easy.

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  4. edbosch1

    There’s a lot of videos on kale dishes that I have tried and this is by far the best. I just tried it this afternoon and I intend to have this regularly. The Tahini and soy sauce mixture hooked it up.

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  5. turbodsm1991

    This dude is hilarious. Look! Kale and beet salad….if you like beets………..and kale.
    Looks good though, and easy.

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  6. FromUnderTheRock

    Thanks! Tahini is simply ground sesame seeds. It has a consistency similiar to natural peanut butter. It’s readily available in most large supermarkets and a great ingredient for throwing together a quick sauce (and is essential for making hummus)

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  7. Eddie Bosch

    This is awesome, it looks really tasty! I can’t wait to try this but what is “Tahini” and where do I get it? Thanks a lot for sharing man!

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  8. FromUnderTheRock

    you can’t beat garden fresh greens and herbs–I definitely miss my old yard. I don’t have a chard specific video recipe, but the beet greens video in my recipe playlist works with chard

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  9. Caelidh

    We have a perpetual Kale plant growing in our garden .. it just keeps going and going.. Chard appears to do that too.. I think they call chard “Perpetual spinach”… We need to grow more kale and just keep a bed for them.. the one we have doesn’t have too much on it.. so more plants would be better and then we won’t need to go to the store to get our kale!… Do you have any Swiss Chard recipes?

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  10. FromUnderTheRock

    glad you enjoyed it –and thanks for watching–I’ve been traveling for a couple of months and haven’t had kale lately–your awesome comment reminds me that I need to put kale on the shopping list

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  11. Caelidh

    I just made this tonight and it was phenomenal!!!! Thank you! I am so full and I didn’t think I had too much on my plate!.. Yum yum yum!!

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  12. DimplesDeep1

    Oh boy this was soooo good!! My family and I really enjoyed it with fish you suggested.
    Thanks so much for the wonderful recipe!
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  13. Wivanunu

    I could eat kale every day! This recipe looks awesome! I make kale chips too! I always make sure I get organic kale…..tastes much better!

    Also, Iguanas like kale. I don’t know why I just said that:-)

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  14. cisjohn2616

    I couldn’t find Tahini at my grocery store…Gonna have to wait till we go to the city. And also i grew kale in my garden and it seemed like a peppery tasting green…

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  15. CurrentlyDisconected

    I think i have reached a point in my life where i am man enough to try Kale. I just hope they have it at the market

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