How To Make Maple Bacon Walnut Kale Salad

 



The idea of a kale salad is tough to swallow for some but try it smothered in warm maple walnuts and crispy bacon. I guarantee you’ll feel differently about the sturdy, vitamin-packed green!

 

We all know the health benefits of bacon, right? Pair that with fiber-packed, iron-rich kale and you have a keto superfood salad! The robust kale leaves are smothered in rich, fatty nuts that have been lightly caramelized in the bacon grease and a hint of maple flavor. The accent of sweet onion paired with a hint of lemon juice is the perfect balance of sweet and tangy.


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How To Make Maple Bacon Walnut Kale Salad

 


THE PREPARATION

 

4 slices bacon

2 cups kale

¼ cup sweet onion

½ cup raw walnuts

2 teaspoon erythritol

½ teaspoon maple extract

1 tablespoon lemon juice

 

THE EXECUTION

 

1. Pre-heat a  pan on the stove for the bacon. Cook bacon for desired crispness. Remove bacon from pan onto a plate to cool. Reserve the bacon fat in the pan to cook the walnuts. Keep the stove burner on medium heat.

 

2. Prepare kale by cutting leaves into bite-sized pieces and removing the rough stems.

 

3. Dice the onion and set aside.

 

4. Add the walnuts to the bacon fat and stir to coat.

 

5. Sprinkle the nuts with erythritol and maple extract. Stir to coat. Add in the diced onion and sauté until soft and nuts caramelize.

 

6. Remove the nuts from the heat and drizzle in lemon juice.

 

7. Cut bacon strips into smaller pieces. Pour the maple nut mixture over the kale and toss to coat, ensuring all of the leaves are coated with oil. Sprinkle the bacon pieces over the salad.

 

This makes a total of 2 serving of Maple Bacon Walnut Kale Salad. Each serving comes out to be 328.55 Calories, 27.85g Fat, 6.23g Net Carbs, and 13.5g Protein.


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