Chopped Greek Kale Salad

KALE YEAH! Chopped Greek Kale Salad with a healthy homemade Greek dressing you’ll want to put on everything!

Chopped Greek Kale Salad with a healthy homemade Greek dressing you'll want to put on everything!

Hellooooo gorgeous!

As I’m sure you know by now, I am hopelessly kale-obsessed. Since hopping back on the bandwagon this year, I’ve been keeping a freshly chopped and massaged bag of kale in my crisper at all times.

It comes in handy when I want a snack (kale chips!!!) or breakfast (quiche!!!) and, of course, whenever a craving for a mondo salad strikes!

I’ve also been riding a serious cucumber kick as I’m sure most of you have noticed from my past few  posts! They’re essentially a love letter to cukes. Can you blame me though? They’re delicious!

Much like my beloved kale, I’ve been eating them non-stop!

Naturally cuke-ifying my kale was the next step. I let some fresh tomatoes, avocado, and feta in on the fun too and went for touchdown status with the most delicious homemade greek dressing to top it off with! You could even add extras like olives, banana peppers, and red onion if you’d like.

Just whatever you do, veg it up!

Chopped Greek Kale Salad

Need this salad in your life? It’s delicious and SO SO easy! If you’re on the fence about kale, now is the time to give it a try! This salad is fresh, delicious, and so so healthy too!

Let’s do this!

Chopped Greek Kale Salad

Prep

Total

Yield 2 servings

Ingredients

  • 2 cups chopped dinosaur kale
  • 1 heaping cup halved cherry tomatoes
  • 1 heaping cup chopped mini cucumbers
  • 1/2-1 cup diced avocado
  • 2-3 TBSP crumbled feta
  • fresh parsley to garnish

FOR THE DRESSING:

  • 3 TBSP quality extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 TBSP white wine or champagne vinegar
  • 1 clove garlic, smashed + minced
  • 1/2 tsp fresh or dried parsley
  • 1/4 tsp dried oregano
  • 1/4 tsp dijon mustard
  • a pinch of salt and pepper

Instructions

  1. Chop your veggies.
  2. Pour a little olive oil in your hands and work your way through the kale, massaging the leaves until they darken in color and tenderize.
  3. Finish it off with a pinch of salt and add cucumber, tomato, and avocado.
  4. Whisk together dressing and pour desired amount on salad, toss to coat.
  5. Add feta and a pinch of optional parsley and dive on in!
  6. Since kale is super hearty, you can even let the salad sit a little with the dressing to soak up flavors. It's delicious!

Notes

Recipe yields 1 large salad or 2 side salads.

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Chopped Greek Kale Salad with a healthy homemade Greek dressing you'll want to put on everything!

prep-ahead massaged kale

  1. After washing and drying your kale, remove the ribs/stem from each kale leaf.
  2. Tear or chop the kale into bite-sized pieces.
  3. Pour a little olive oil in your hands and work your way through the kale, massaging the leaves until they darken in color and tenderize.
  4. Pop in a sealed bag alongside a dry paper towel and store in your crisper.

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Comments

  • Kale is the best! especially in salad form 🙂

  • Thanks for this recipe, I think I might just have to try it 🙂 xoxo, ganeeban

  • This salad looks absolutely delicious! I will definitely be making this in the near future 🙂 Perfect for summer!

  • I need that container! I always buy way more veggies than we can eat before they go bad. The salad looks great! I’ve been craving salads so much lately.

  • OH my gosh, that salad looks amazing. I need it, like yesterday. K, thanks. 🙂

  • Jenn, that salad looks AMAZING! You’re a girl after my own heart 🙂

  • I’ve been on a mini cucumber kick lately, too. I just learned that you can put sliced cucumbers into a jar of pickle juice (once all the pickles have been eaten) to make more pickles! I’m sure I’m the last person on earth to figure that one out, but I’m very excited to try it. Pickle nerd over here!

    • Jenn

      Yesssss! Fridge pickles! I have a recipe for making them from scratch too when you can’t wait for a free jar-o-pickle juice! It’s marvelous!

  • That salad looks SOOO good!! I love me some avocado!!!

  • that salad looks so refreshing & delicious and I really want to try that dressing too, I love that it’s so simple!

    • Jenn

      It’s ridiculously easy! You’ve got to try it!

  • That chopped Greek kale salad looks delicious! Greek salads are my absolute favorite, and I think one of the hardest things about pregnancy is having to pass on the feta cheese. I love me some feta!

    • Jenn

      As long as it’s pasteurized it’s super safe to eat [from what I remember!] – If you buy it yourself and know the brand is a reputable source you should be able to feta it up lady! Double-check but I’m almost certain you can — I did some research and was able to enjoy it throughout my pregnancy!

  • good lord, you make a girl crave feta cheese….thanks! haha

    • Jenn

      Haha payback 😉 Mwah!

  • Maria

    Where can I get this box of refrigerator wizardry you speak of? My cukes are probably dying a terrible mushy death as I type.

  • Oooh that greek salad looks soooo good! I’m game for anything with feta and avocado. Yum! AND I never would’ve thought of kale – but that sounds great too!

  • That salad looks beautiful. Feta cheese is pretty much a requirement for me when it comes to salad – I will have to try your recipe!

  • Kale has my heart for sure. So excited for you that you are moving back to Florida! Thanks so much for this salad recipe and hosting the link up this week!!

  • What a great summer salad! I am intrigued by the Oxo containers. I have seen tons of those types of containers with the promise of keeping things fresh but was always skeptical. I might have to have a look for those ones to have on hand. I buy mini cukes at Costco when I feel like a change from the usual cukes. I then seem to constantly grab one from the fridge for a cool snack! Thanks for hosting another WIAW party 🙂

  • I’ve been on a huge cucumber kick lately too. Maybe because of the warmer weather, they’re so crisp and refreshing!

  • This is very timely since I was just collecting a bunch of summer salad recipes! The dressing looks too good.

  • Hi Jenn! So cool you’re moving back to Florida, by the way! I’m in Florida right now visiting family. I grew up here and moved to San Francisco three years ago. Thanks for hosting the party today! Three cheers for kale!

  • It’s so rare to get fresh kale here. And if it costs an arm and a leg :-/
    I am so looking forward to fresh watermelon. It’s not quite in season here but I can hardly wait anymore!

  • Who knew a salad could make you drool?! Yum! I saw that crisper and was curious how well it worked, thanks for the review!

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