This steamed kale recipe is served with the best sesame tahini sauce that is super easy to make and tasty. The steamed kale is a nutritious recipe that is great for weight loss.
It only takes ten minutes to whip up this nutritious and healthy steamed kale topped with a homemade sriracha tahini sauce.
I am sure you will love eating steamed kale with this homemade tahini sauce recipe that is savory, perfectly salty, and spicy.
I got this sesame tahini sauce recipe off one of my best friends years ago. Ever since I tried this sesame tahini sauce over steamed greens, I have been addicted to the sauce.
My favorite way to eat steamed kale, greens, or steamed broccoli is with this vegan tahini sauce recipe made with tahini, tamari, nutritional yeast, sriracha sauce, and sesame oil.
I also use this sesame tahini sauce recipe over sauteed vegetables and rice for a delicious, healthy, and easy dinner. Mmm, so yummy.
If you are looking for some exciting new ways to enjoy your leafy greens and steamed kale, you are in for a treat!
Steamed kale topped with a tahini sauce is the perfect healthy snack or use as a vegetable side dish to accompany dinners such as salmon and rice.
To make the tahini sauce low fodmap omit the sriracha sauce.
Steamed Kale Nutrition: Why You Should Eat Steamed Kale
Kale is a highly nutritious superfood that everyone would benefit from eating.
The best foods to cleanse the liver are leafy greens such as kale which contains liver cleansing chlorophyll and is high in alkalizing plant-based protein.
Steamed kale is also low in calories yet nutrient-dense (full of vitamins and minerals). For this reason, steamed kale is great for weight loss and one of the best foods to lower blood sugar levels.
Lightly steaming kale is easy for the body to digest and great for anyone with a sensitive stomach.
You seriously can’t go wrong with getting more nutritious kale in your diet.
Steamed kale is also a fantastic food for reversing insulin resistance. Kale is low in calories, full of fibre to balance blood sugar and nutritious. Exactly what you need to cleanse the liver and reverse insulin resistance.
This steamed kale recipe is also great for anyone with the MTHFR gene mutation. Kale is an excellent source of folate required for the MTHFR gene.
So eat your kale!
How to Steam Kale
The easiest and best way to steam kale is in a double boiler. Wash and destem the kale then place in the top double boiler pot. This pot has holes in the bottom to let the steam through. The holes also allow for the water to drain out which is why it is so easy to make steamed kale in a double boiler.
Place 1.5 cup of water in the bottom of the double boiler and bring to a boil. Place the second pot on top with the lid secured and boil for two minutes.
When using a double boiler you do not need lots of water, although make sure that you do have enough water in the bottom of the pot as you do not want to burn your pot as the water evaporates quickly when boiled.
Steamed Kale Recipe with Sesame Tahini Sauce
- double boiler
- 1 bunch kale
- 1.5 cups water
- 4 tbsp tahini
- 2 tsp gluten-free tamari
- 2 tsp nutritional yeast
- 1 tsp cold-pressed sesame oil
- 2 tsp water
- 1 tsp sriracha
- To make the steamed kale place 1.5 cups of water in the bottom pot of a double boiler.
- Wash and destem kale and place in the top pot of the double boiler.
- Bring the water in the bottom pot to a boil before placing the top double boiler potover the steaming heat.
- Steam the kale for 2 minutes.
- To make the sesame tahini sauce, measure all the ingredients into a small jar and stir.
Enjoy this steamed kale recipe with the homemade sesame tahini sauce drizzled on top.