Woodsman's Rice & Kale Salad
With a hint of Mediterranean flavor, this rice & kale salad is a comforting blend of fresh and robust flavors. The combination of kale, warm rice, and delicious flavors provides the perfect quick and easy side dish!
1 tsp. Roasted Black Garlic Sea Salt
¼ cup Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 cup grape tomatoes, halved
2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
½ cup crumbled cheese, such as feta, goat, or a mild blue
TOSS in the lemon juice.
SPRINKLE cheese over top. Serve.
*If you prefer a chilled salad, make the rice in advance. While still warm, toss in the Roasted Black Garlic Sea Salt. Chill. Combine the Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and the lemon juice before adding. When ready to serve, just mix all the ingredients together.
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