Kale, olives and artichoke take a tasty dip in tapenade. Great as is on toast or crostini, with lamb chops or roast chicken, on eggs, or stirred through pasta with ricotta and crushed toasted almonds.

Kale, olives and artichoke take a tasty dip in tapenade. It's great on toast or crostini, alongside lamb chops or roast chicken, on eggs, or stirred through pasta with ricotta and crushed toasted almonds.

This is a great winter side dish. Cavolo nero is a cousin to kale and paired with silverbeet in this braise.

Neil Perry's braised cavolo nero and silverbeet. And chicken with olives and sage.

Battilocchio are deep-fried, filled pizzas, super crispy on the outside, juicy and moist within. See Bryan Martin's kale and ricotta filled pizza recipe here http://www.goodfood.com.au/good-food/cook/recipe/battilocchio-with-kale-bacon-and-buffalo-ricotta-pizza-pockets-20150617-3xx9m.htmlk

Battilocchio with kale, bacon and buffalo ricotta (deep fried pizza pockets)

Dinner for two: Karen Martini's pan-fried chicken breast with celeriac and kale remoulade.

This crunchy, nutty celeriac remoulade is a match-made-in-heaven for chicken.

Pete Evans shares his take on bolognese sauce, serving it on a bed of sauteed kale with 'paleo' parmesan.

When the winter chill kicks in, nothing warms the soul like a hearty mince-based meal. Here's my take on bolognese sauce on a bed of sauteed kale with 'paleo' parmesan are Pete Evans' recipes for a classic shepherd's pie and bolognese served with kale.

Jill Dupleix's kale chips.  You need amazingly little olive oil, so they come almost guilt-free. Add grated parmesan, black pepper or Japanese chilli sprinkles.

You need amazingly little olive oil, so they come almost guilt-free. Add grated parmesan, black pepper or Japanese chilli sprinkles.

Almond flour crepes with ricotta, wilted greens (kale if you like!) and toasted seeds, from My Petite Kitchen.

Cous cous, but not as you know it Skip the heavy carbs with these two recipes from My Petite Kitchen: Cauliflower 'cous cous' and nut-flour crepes with kale and toasted seeds.

Healthy breakfast: Kale and a sprinkling of crunchy seeds turn a regular egg 'n' spud tortilla into something altogether more special.

What's not to like about this healthy twist on the simple and versatile egg and potato classic? The addition of kale and a sprinkling of seeds gives it super crunchy lift.


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