Kale, Quinoa & Roasted Tomato Salad Recipe for Passover, Easter, & Earth Day

Kale, Quinoa & Roasted Tomato Salad Recipe for Passover, Easter, & Earth Day

This week, Working Class Foodies have a simple, healthy, and delicious salad perfect for any spring holiday or party because it can be made ahead and is pretty, filling, and, most importantly, tasty.
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19 thoughts on “Kale, Quinoa & Roasted Tomato Salad Recipe for Passover, Easter, & Earth Day”

  1. hi, why use? a wooden knife? and where did you find it? Also, am I correct in guessing that you have watched Food Network’s Good Eats by Alton Brown? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Quinoa is an Incan super food/protein originated from PERU, highly regarded in that culture for its nutritional benefits. Just a quick fact, Thanks? ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Omg I love this recipe i make it all the time to bring to school! I love love love it! Its so delicious and good for you!!!! It great because as an art student I’m usually at school 8-12 hours a day and many of my peers are vegetarian or vegan so I feel good eating vegetarian cuisine around them!? I just made this the other night when my bf parents came for dinner and they loved it too… I like it warm…

  4. could anybody tell? me who’s the singer or band in the background?i dug the music too ..and the food…

  5. I made this? the other night but with Artichoke and mushrooms instead of tomatoes. Very tasty. I can see this being a staple in my house now. The dressing is amazing. I have been using it on all kinds of things.

  6. I had quinoa last week for the first time, i think it is great in a salad, also i saw? this video by Hong Kong based food blogger, she was making Taiwanese Beef noodles, check out her video and please do the same dish. “Authentic Chinese Recipes: Episode 5 Taiwanese Beef Noodles”

    I actually fell in love with it so much i recreated it and it was great, (i used udon noodles)

  7. Your little knife and cutting board look exactly like mine. lol. Did you get them at Crate and Barrel? I think? I even used them on one of my videos too. Hilarious.

  8. Yeah, which is something I’m excited about… I’m also talking about my other subscriptions… it seems as though across the board people on youtube have been posting less… No offense intended for wcfoodies… it’s been my main consistency? ๐Ÿ˜€ And you have good food! ๐Ÿ˜€

  9. Cous cous would be delicious in this! Spinach would also be really nice,? but just FYI, raw spinach actually doesn’t release as many nutrients as lightly cooked spinach. It’s still extremely healthy, of course, though. Maybe some lightly sauteed spinach and shallots would be a great variation – but whatever you try, let us know how it came out!

  10. You can use either red or white quinoa;? what we’ve found is that the red quinoa has a chewier, crispier texture and the white can be a little mushy and more oatmeal-like. Both are delicious, but if you’re going with white quinoa, add an extra pinch of salt to the cooking water so the flavor/texture balance will be a little more even.

    Spinach is great in this dish but just FYI, raw spinach isn’t as nutritious as cooked spinach. Still healthy, though!

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