Kale salad with pomegranate

Last night I made lamb culotte with baked root vegetables (I can not recommend baked turnip) and this kale salad. The rest of the meal wasn’t very historical inspired but the salad was based of one I found in one of my books about medieval cooking. I thought I would share it with you because it turned out to be pretty yummy.


If you have an apple sitting around dice it and add it as well. I just didn’t have any. The kale had gone flat in the fridge so I only had one big leaf to work with but it turned out to be enough for the two of us.

Kale salad with pomegranate

A medieval inspired kale salad with pomegranate, which is quick and easy to make. The combination of the lightly bitter kale and the fresh and sweet pomegranate is rather neat.

  • Prep Time: 10m
  • Total Time: 10m


  • 1/4 pomegranate, seeds
  • 1 big leaf of kale
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 2 tablespoons vinegar, I suggest a light one for looks
  • pepper to taste



    1. Seed the pomegranate - you need a few handfuls. Find a video on youtubes on how to do it 🙂
    2. Wash and slice the kale finely
    3. Mix the dressing
    4. Mix the kale and the dressing and add it to the serving bowl
    5. Use the pomegranate as topping

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