Ready-Set-Serve (RSS) Shredded Kale Blend adds vibrant color and texture to meals, and is ready to use right out of the bag.
Best If Used By date.
Available Offerings from Markon for Kale, Shredded Blend
Kale, Shredded Blend
6 pounds or 3 kilograms
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Keep away from drafts to prevent dehydration.
Use FIFO method of rotation. This product is table ready and does not need to be rinsed.
General Usage Ideas
RSS Shredded Kale Blend makes a hearty salad when paired with toppings such as Butternut squash, roasted garlic, onions, pancetta, and golden raisins
It can also be sautéed for a side dish or stir-fried with other vegetables like garlic, ginger, mushrooms, and onions; delicious when stewed in soups and chowders
Fall / Winter Usage Ideas:
Sauté RSS Diced Onions, RSS Shredded Kale Blend, RSS Peeled Garlic, Italian sausage, and thyme; add cannellini beans and stock; simmer until all are tender; serve soup with baguette slices
Stir-fry RSS Shredded Kale Blend with RSS Peeled Garlic, MFC Mushrooms, and curry paste; stir in cooked Basmati rice; serve with tandoori chicken
Simmer RSS Shredded Kale Blend with pork shoulder, RSS Sliced Onions, okra, and tomatoes; serve with buttermilk biscuits
Spring / Summer Usage Ideas:
Stew RSS Shredded Kale Blend with cubes of sweet potato, RSS Sliced Onion, minced Serrano chile peppers, RSS Pineapple Chunks, and coconut milk
Form patties with mashed MFC Potatoes and sautéed RSS Shredded Kale Blend; fry until browned; serve with breakfast entrées
Serve spicy gumbo made with RSS Stuffing Starter, sliced MFC Green and Red Bell Peppers, RSS Peeled Garlic, RSS Shredded Kale Blend, okra, shrimp, crawfish, Andouille sausage, long-grain rice, and chile paste
Did You Know?
Kale is an excellent source of vitamin C - just one cup cooked supplies 88.8% of the daily value for vitamin C. Curly kale played an important role in early European food ways, having been a significant crop during the ancient Roman times and a popular vegetable eaten by peasants in the Middle Ages. Kale was brought to the U.S. by English settlers in the 17th century. Source: www.whfoods.com/genpage.php.