• 1 bunch of kale
  • 1 avocado
  • 4-6 satsumas
  • 3 tbsp of sunflower seeds
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp vinegar

Satsumas. A delicious seasonal ingredient that tastes fantastic in a salad, providing the right acidity and flavor. Try this easy recipe as a side dish or even as a main dish. You’ll only need a handful of ingredients.

A few ingredients

Start by making the dressing: one tablespoon of vinegar to three tablespoons of olive oil. Chop the kale roughly, as well as the avocado, and put them in a bowl.

Mix the kale and avocado together

Mix them together well. It’s best to use your hands so that you don’t have chunks of avocado. The idea is for the avocado to blend in with the kale, coating the salad like a dressing. Note: As a side benefit, avocado is a great moisturizer! 

After the kale and avocado have been mixed together, you can plate them and move on to toasting the sunflower seeds. It’s best to toast them on medium heat for about 2 minutes or so.  They can burn quickly, so keep an eye on them.

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As the sunflower seeds are toasting, put your finishing touches on the salad: add the satsumas and the dressing to taste.  Finish by adding the warm sunflower seeds and enjoy!

Kale Satsuma Winter salad