I make alot of REALLY simple dishes!
But…that doesn’t mean they don’t satisfy! I use seasonal ingredients so my food tastes great and keeps me and my clients feeling our best and we all want to feel our best!
Cooking Whole30 may seem intimidating because it is different but it is so simple and you can make gorgeous, delicious foods rather easily!
This recipe is living proof. Boring old kale (I know some of you hale to kale, but…) and apple come alive roasted in coconut oil and sprinkled with sea salt and herbs de provence. Do you use herbs de provence? This spice blend is aromatic, cleansing and hello, tastes amazing! Go get a jar and use it on salads, meats and roasted veggies! And try it on this:
ROASTED KALE & APPLE WITH HERBS DE PROVENCE (serves 4 side dishes)
1 bunch of kale (I used dino kale, but any ol’ kale will do)
2 green apples (again, any apple works…get the apple YOU like)
2 Tbs. of coconut oil, melted
1 tsp. of sea salt
1 Tbs. of our recipe star, Herbs de Provence
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Rinse and devein kale (you can use a knife to remove the veins (stems) or run your fingers down the vein and gently tear off the leaves)
Chop your kale. Rustic chopping is awesome for this dish. It doesn’t have to be perfect.
Rinse, core and chop your apples in 1-2″ pieces.
Add kale and apple to a baking dish lined with parchmont paper.
Pour melted coconut oil over your kale and apples and sprinkle sea salt and H de P (can we get nicknamy, here?) and toss with a spatula.
Bake for 10 minutes, toss, then bake another 10 minutes.
Serve between friends and loved ones (these are the same, right?) and enjoy a fancier take on staples such as kale and apples!
How do you use herbs de provence?