Kale Salad with Blood Oranges, Fennel and Olives

bloodorangesandkaleSomething about spring is making me crave salads.

(It makes me feel like an adult to say I’m craving salads and that I’m totally not lying to sound cool).bloodorangesol, While kale salad never will be as good as, oh…. fried chicken, this one is crunchy and delicious with the raw fennel and olives. It’s an excellent combination.

I guess you could say: if you’re the kind of person who likes raw kale salads, this is a good one.

kale saladKale Salad with Fennel, Blood Oranges and Olives

Cook Time: 10 minutes plus several hours to marinade

Ingredients:

  • 2 medium bunches of kale
  • 10 blood oranges
  • 1 fennel bulb
  • 15 good olives
  • a drizzle of olive oil
  • salt and pepper

To prepare all the ingredients:

First, remove the stalks from the kale, then slice the leaves into very thin ribbons.

Peel 7 of the blood oranges then roughly chop them.

Slice the fennel bulb in half from top to bottom, the slice each half into very thin half moons.

Pit the olives and then roughly chop them.

Then: combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl. Juice the three remaining blood oranges and drizzle the juice over the kale. Drizzle olive oil over the salad and season with salt and pepper. Mix well, cover and set in the fridge to marinade for a few hours or overnight.

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4 thoughts on “Kale Salad with Blood Oranges, Fennel and Olives

  1. Super jealous of this kale salad, looks delicious! I really miss kale as it’s almost impossible to find here in Paris. Your photo compositions are great, if you want to make it ‘prettier’ I would recommend using some better lighting, but def. not the flash and always shooting from an angle instead of overhead 🙂 look forward to more recipes!

  2. Dark greens and citrus are such a great combination, especially in the dead of winter–when they’re more or less the main fruit & veg in season that can atuaally make the salads we’re all craving!:)

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