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Winter Kale Salad with Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette


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You’re going to want to make this salad. It’s bright, it’s filling, it’s got crunch, and it’s good for you.

It’s pretty perfect actually.

The kale I used for this salad isn’t the kale I normally cook with. It’s not the kale you find pre-cut in the bags, you might have to look a little harder for this kale, at least as far as I can tell. It’s called lacinato kale and I’m pretty sure you can find it at a Whole Foods, or any farmers market or grocery that has a good selection of greens. Apparently, this kale goes by a few names…dinosaur kale, tuscan kale, cavolo nero and black kale. I’ve been getting bunches of it in my weekly CSA pickups, but I’ve also seen it at one of my smaller produce markets locally. Look for it, it’s good.


I have nothing against curly kale, it makes awesome kale chips (if you haven’t tried kale chips, you have to)…it’s just not my favorite when it comes to salads. This lacinato kale has pretty much opened up a whole new world of kale salad for me. It’s not as tough, and has a better, slightly sweeter flavor to it. It makes a great swap for fresh spinach in any salad in my opinion (I should mention…if you can’t find this kale, just go ahead and make this salad with fresh spinach).

Let’s talk about the vinaigrette now. I was recently sent a generous sample of meyer lemons from Dandy Fresh Fruits and Vegetables to play with and host a giveaway for my readers (see bottom of post for details!). I immediately knew I wanted to make a vinaigrette with them, among other things…(stay tuned for an arugula pesto recipe!). If you’ve never tried meyer lemons, you must. They are the perfect combination of sweet and sour, still tangy but bright and mild enough to use in so many ways (check out this post for 12 recipes using meyer lemons!)

This salad is super simple to put together and will be sure to brighten up any winter day. Enjoy!!

 

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Winter Kale Salad with Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette

Ingredients:

For the salad:

  • bunch of lacinato kale (aka dinosaur kale, black kale, tuscan kale), cut into strips
  • handful of dried cranberries
  • handful of toasted walnuts, chopped
  • handful of crumbled goat cheese

For the vinaigrette:

  • 1 meyer lemon, juiced
  • zest from 1 meyer lemon
  • 1/2 orange, juiced
  • zest from orange
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • pinch salt and black pepper
  • 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil

Directions:

  1. Prepare salad in large plate or bowl by combining kale, cranberries, walnuts and goat cheese.
  2. In a jar or other container, combine juices of meyer lemon and orange, zest, honey, salt, pepper and olive oil. Shake vigorously until thoroughly blended. Spoon over salad and gently toss to combine.
  3. Store vinaigrette in container in refrigerator for 3-4 days.

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Congratulations to winners Sherri and Elena!

Now for the giveaway…Dandy will provide TWO winners with a bag of their own meyer lemons along with a $25 gift certificate to Williams-Sonoma. Here’s how to enter:

Giveaway:

Two lucky readers will each win a bag of meyer lemons and a $25 gift certificate to Williams-Sonoma courtesy of Dandy Fresh Produce

Starts today, Sunday, January 29 and ends Friday, February 3 at 12 noon (EST)

(Sorry, giveaway open to US readers only. Two winners will be chosen randomly using Pick Giveaway Winner plugin application – winners will be notified by email and have 48 hours to claim prize or another winner will be selected.)

To enter into the giveaway:

Leave a comment on this post telling me if you’ve ever tried meyer lemons and if so, how you use them in your recipes!

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330 comments on “Winter Kale Salad with Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette”

  1. I used to live in a house in San Diego from the 1920s with a meyer lemon tree in the backyard and made lots of things from pie to lemonade.

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  8. I have made meyer lemon and blueberry muffins as well as meyer lemon drop martinis! Yummy! I love love love meyer lemons! Wish they were more plentiful in my grocery!!

  9. Looks fabulous, that vinaigrette sounds so mouthwatering!

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  14. I have never tried Meyer lemons and would like to! A salad dressing sounds like an ideal way to use them.

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  16. i just tried meyer lemons this year in muffins, but i LOVE the idea of a vinaigrette to really get the full flavor!

  17. Love Meyer lemons! One of my favorites is Meyer Lemon poundcake.

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  19. You don’t need to enter me in the giveaway, just wanted to say that this sounds delicious. Another mild kale that is great raw in salads in Red Russian Kale. It’s pretty, with a red tinge to the leaves and very mild in flavor compared to other types of kale. Also very easy to grow!

  20. I have never tried the lemons, but would like too. I would make some lemonade for starters.

  21. I’ve never been able to find Meyer Lemons where I shop in ME or NH. I’m visiting FL now & have had hopes of finding them, but haven’t yet. I have several recipes I hop to try . I keep the recipes hoping I’ll get lucky, so I’m very excited about this giveaway. Thanks for giving me a chance to win them.

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  57. Bought my first meyer lemons about a week ago and am learning how to use them.

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  75. I’ve used meyer lemons to make lemon curd, scones, cookies, cranberry bread, and sherbet. I love meyer lemons!

  76. This looks just delicious. I’ve seen a few kale recipes around lately, I must hunt some down. Not entering the giveaway as I’m over in Australia, but I’m definitely bookmarking this recipe to give it a try.

  77. I love, love, *LOVE* meyer lemons and have used them recently to make these awesome lentil balls in a lemon pesto!!! I’ve recently vowed never to be without meyer lemons, ever (next up? Michael Ruhlman’s Lemon Confit!!)!!!

  78. I have not been fortunate enough to have tried Meyer lemons but would love to! I love simple salads like this one 🙂

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  85. I just tried meyer lemons for the first time recently. I made mini lemon muffins with them and they were delicious.

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  89. I’ve never used Meyer lemons.

  90. I have been wanting to try Meyer lemons. This salad sounds/looks yummy – looking forward to making it…!

  91. I LOVE Meyer lemons: I juice them to make lemonade, vinaigrettes and to add to virtually everything i cook as well as to the green tea that i drink all day. Sometimes, if i have plenty, i’ll eat them plain.

  92. Love lots of Meyer Lemons in our humus. Considering zesting them too.

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  94. I have never tried Meyer Lemons, but you have definitely made me want to try them now. 🙂

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  101. I’ve never tried Meyer lemons, but they sound so delicious!

  102. Looks good. Can’t wait to try this recipe.

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  105. I will need to keep my eyes open for this type of kale Aggie.

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  118. I’ve never tried Myers lemons only because my inlaws have a citrus tree in their back yard and that’s where I get all my lemons!

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  136. I have never tried Meyer Lemons, but they sounds wonderful! What a great salad and giveaway!

  137. Never tried Meyer Lemons.

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  140. I am an enormous fan of Meyer Lemons. I have a bag at home now. I bake with them, use them much like I would regular lemons. I am making your vinaigrette tonight!

  141. I love dinosaur kale! I’m sad to say I’ve never tried meyer lemons (living in the middle of rural Western New York/Southern Tier). If I got them, I think I’d make a lemon curd and this vinaigrette!

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  147. I haven’t had the chance to try these lemons yet, but would love to! I’m always looking for new, unique ingredients to try!

  148. I have not tried Meyer Lemons but I know that my mother and sister have. They have preferred the taste to Meyer lemons. I just have not had the opportunity.

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  155. I have to admit I have a fear of the Meyer lemon. I have absolutely no idea what to do with those little globes of sunshine, but would love to give it a shot.

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  167. Have not tried Meyer lemon, but would love to!

  168. oooyyeees!!! I luv meyer lemons! I love to make lemon curd, I have a special recipe from Pierre Hermes. I also then use the peels to make candied lemon peel. yum! I also adore my vinegrettes with lemon juice with Meyer lemon. A trick I learned is after composing the salad and tossing with the vinegrette, to twist the peel over it so the oil sprays over the salad. It adds a flavor dimension and fragrance at the point of serving. Ooollaaalaaa.

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  171. I actually have never tried a Meyer lemon because they’re hard to find in stores where I live, but I’ve been wanting to for years because every time I read about someone describing how they’re like the ultimate in lemons, I die a little when I buy a regular old lemon.

  172. I love Meyer lemons! i made the best bundt cake with them one time.

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  177. I follow Dandy Fresh Fruits’ Meyer Lemons on FB. I use the lemons for a vinaigrette.

  178. Had them for the first time this year. All I have made so far are lemon curd pies….and they were awesome!

  179. I LOVE Meyer lemons!! and tell others about them all the time! I tried this dressing a couple weeks ago and we all loved it!! I got it off the back of the bag. My husband and I have 5 boys and we all eat fresh salads all the time, so this was a great addition. Thank You!! The Meyer lemon pound cake is next!!

  180. I will share about this giveaway on FB 🙂

  181. I also enjoy and follow Angie’s Kitchen on FB! Another thing my boys and I do is squeeze half a meyer lemon in a full glass of ice water and put a few drops of liquid stevia in…it’s a super refreshing “lemonade” drink! Much better than yucky sugary store bought lemonade!

  182. My mom grows meyers lemons on a tiny tree. We always enjoy them when we visit her. There were probably 15 on the tree at Christmas time and they were fantastic in the punch we made as well as the apple cake that we had for dessert. They are so sweet and delicious!

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  187. I have a dwarf Meyer lemon Tree that I nurse through th winter indoors- the blossoms make the house smell divine! I love to make lemon curd with mine

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  203. I tried Meyer lemons for the first time last month! I love using them in mini Meyer lemon bundt cakes, Meyer-berry lemonade, and squeezed over fish and steamed veggies. I’m looking for new ways to incorporate them into recipes, so thank you for this recipe!

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  217. “Leave a comment on this post telling me if you’ve ever tried meyer lemons and if so, how you use them in your recipes!”

    I have 2 Meyers lemon trees and each year they give us a huge bounty of beautiful lemons! My family uses them in everything but my favorite is my great grandma’s homemade lemonaid where the sugar is first boiled down into a syrup and it really makes a huge difference. We store the lemon juice in the freezer to enjoy it all year long and I dehydrate lots of the zest for baking too.
    The only bad thing is 2 months ago we had a power outage so I lost my supply of frozen Meyers lemons so I could really use some now.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  218. I’ve never tried Meyer lemons but would love to.

  219. I have never used Meyer lemons, but I have wanted to for so long. I’ve never been able to find them near me. I hope I win!

  220. I love Meyer Lemons and make lemon curd and lemon bars with them.

  221. I just made my husband stop on his way home to pick up kale! Not this kind – I still haven’t found it anywhere, though. And meyer lemons – I love them. And I’m so glad that they are becoming easier to find!

  222. I have, sadly, never used meyers lemons – I would love to. I do, however, make a similar dressing with lime juice and sometimes grapefruit – great atop fresh greens, diced avocados, and toasted pepitas for a little crunch. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  223. i have never tried them.if i ever do it would be used for lemonade first

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  230. meyer lemons in crab cakes… simply divine 🙂

  231. I have never tried Meyer Lemons but I love lemons so I’m sure I would love to use these in different recipes.

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  236. I’ve never tried them but i really want to!

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  239. I’ve used meyer lemons in lemon chiffon cake and honey lemon tea! Love them!

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  245. I am bummed we can’t get kale in France – it used to be one of my staples (stir friend with garlic over rice with tahini).
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  246. I make hummus or salad dressing

  247. I love using Meyer lemons in my gluten-free lemon bars. They really are milder and sweeter than regular lemons, and I get them off the tree from a friend who grows them in New York!

  248. i’ve never tried meyer lemons but i’d love to! (and that salad is a must make for me!!)

  249. i marinaed lamb chops in the meyer lemons and chicken very good

  250. i’ve never tried meyer lemons

  251. I have never used Meyer lemons and I am really regret that I can not find them anywhere! (OK, I have only looked at the regular grocery retailers so I probably, hopefully, can find them at a specialty store near by. I really want to try the peppery arugula pesto… I have made Giada’s arugula pesto with avocados, which was great but this sounds like it will have more of a kick to it. Do you have any recommendations for substitutions for Meyer lemons if I can not find them?

    I just found your website today while looking for different pizza recipes and was pleasantly surprised that the majority of your recipes were calling my name… nothing to do with my name being Angie too 😉

    I will be back often, thank you soooo much!!!

  252. I’ve never tried meyer lemons but I sure would like to!

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  254. This is my kind of salad! I love Kale. Yum! Sadly I have never been able to get my hands on Meyer lemons. If I had some I can only imagine what delicious things I’d come up with.

  255. I have never had a meyer lemon…but love all things lemon! The salad above looks amazing, I love following your yummy recipes!

  256. I have never tried them, but I am actually growing a meyer lemon tree in my house. Right now it is only about 2 ft. high, so it will be a while before I can get some produce. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  264. I have never used them so if I win it would be a first!! Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  265. I tried a meyer lemon once. But I’ve really wanted to try them two ways. 1) in a lemonade and 2) a lemon pound cake.

  266. Never had Meyer Lemons, but have always wanted to!

  267. I have my own tree in the backyard. I have useed them in salads instead of vinegar and also I have squeezed them into ice cube trays and use when I drink water or ice tea as my ice cube

  268. OH YUM! That salad looks amazing! I have never tried meyer lemons but would love too!

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  275. I love using Meyer lemons for salad dressings and martinis 🙂 I liked you on fb, follow you on pinterest and i will be posting your contest on my wall as well. Thanks for the great recipe.

  276. When life gives you meyer lemons…make a lemon drop 🙂

  277. I would love to try these lemons…if Aggie uses them they must be great!!! Pick me! Pick me! Can’t wait to make this Kale salad too!! Will be part of Saturday nights menu!!

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  286. I have tried meyer lemons in lemonade and lemon bars… I’m a little bit of a fanatic!

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  292. I’ve ever tried meyer lemons. I will look for them in the market when I shop and try them in the future.

  293. I have not used Meyer Lemons…. But I would use them in your recipe OR I’d try them in a pie or cake. I love citrus desserts in the winter!

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  295. I love Meyer lemons for making lemon curd for homemade lemon pudding!

  296. Where do we find out who won?

  297. Love kale salad – great recipe! I bought a container of Meyer lemons and made panko crusted fish with Meyer lemon sauce, also made some preserved Meyer lemons, and a salad with pomegranate and Meyer lemon vinaigrette. They are so fragrant.

  298. I have a small meyer lemon tree in the backyard but it’s still pretty young so it’s not the most productive. When we do get fruit I like to meyer lemonade.

  299. I had meyer lemons in a scallop dish once, but never cooked with them myself!

  300. Do the winners’ names get posted somewhere? I can’t find the winners’ names.

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  302. This salad is pretty perfect, loving the dressing too.

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  305. Thank you….Thank you for this recipe, I recently had a similar salad at two different restaurants in Nashville and fell ‘in love’ with kale. I’m so happy to find a recipe for it!

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