Each month we invite Anel Van Der Merwe from the Kind (but Good) Food blog to create a plant-based recipe for us using CBD. On the menu this time? A Warm Winter Salad Bowl with CBD Tahini Dressing. Enjoy!
Warm Winter Salad
1.5kg bag of pre-chopped mixed roasting veg
2 cans of butterbeans
2 tsp smoked paprika
1 tsp garlic flakes
12 leaves of kale, stalks removed and chopped/ripped
CBD Tahini Dressing
⅓ cup tahini
Zest and juice of 1 lemon
Handful of dill, chopped
Splash of maple syrup
1 tsp Dijon mustard
30-40 drops 600mg Goodleaf CBD
Lots of salt and pepper
2-3 tbsp water as needed to thin it out
Preheat the oven to 190C.
Add all the roast veggies onto two lined baking trays, drizzle with some olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Mix well with your hands and pop these into the oven to roast for about 45 minutes, mixing halfway.
While the veggies roast you can prep all the other ingredients (with some time to spare!).
Make the CBD Tahini Dressing by adding all the ingredients to a bowl, dropping in your CBD oil, and whisking until smooth. Add a tbsp of water at a time to thin out the dressing until it’s a nice pourable consistency.
For the beans, drain and rinse them and then pop into a pan with some olive oil.
Add the paprika, garlic flakes, and a generous pinch of salt and stir fry on high for a minute or two. Set aside until ready to eat.
For the kale, in a bowl add the leaves and a squeeze of lemon. Now massage with your hands until the leaves become softer and change to a beautiful dark green colour.
Once the veggies are roasted, divide them between 3-4 bowls along with the beans and the kale and drizzle generously with the CBD Tahini dressing. Top with some sunflower seeds for extra crunch and enjoy!
This makes a perfect meal-prep lunch item! You can pre-portion all the ingredients into Tupperware. It will keep well for 3-4 days in the fridge.
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This recipe forms part of our Eat Your Greens series, focused on cooking with CBD in partnership with Kind (But Good) Food.
You can read the rest of the recipes in this series here.