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Whole30 Roasted Potato & Wilted Kale Salad
For the month of October, I'm doing the Whole30 Program, and one of the first things I made this past Saturday was for a picnic where I knew there would be non-Whole30 potato salads. I underestimated how fast it'd go, as there were several other people who were also embarking on their Whole30 journey the same day. As a result, I got many requests for the recipe, which "didn't exist". :D That's because I took 3 similar recipes & made them Whole30 compliant.
Roasted Potato & Wilted Kale Salad
(no amounts, as I
didn't measure :D )
Cubed Sweet Potatoes
Garlic" (no salt/sugar variety) **
Extra Virgin Olive
Spicy Brown Mustard
Preheat oven to 400
degrees. Combine oil, vinegar, mustard & seasonings, then pour over the
Mix until thoroughly coated. Spread on baking sheet (we use
parchment paper to prevent sticking) & cook for at least 45 minutes (check &
flip them a few times) & remove once they are golden brown & crispy
onions in skillet with olive oil, then use same pan cook the bacon.
bacon but leave the oil & bacon fat in the pan & add chopped kale. Heat
just enough to wilt, but still have a bright green color.
onions, kale, bacon & celery (raw) & mix thoroughly. I had leftover
oil/ vinegar mixture, so added that to make it extra "creamy". Serve
**You can use your
own seasoning mix, but I really like the Gobs of Garlic mix