Bloody Delicious Kale Bowls

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recipe by Jules Clancy

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based on 2 ratings

Don’t be alarmed! This recipe doesn’t actually contain any blood! ‘Bloody’ is just Australian slang for very. So if something is really really delicious it’s ‘bloody’ delicious. Which is exactly what my Irishman said (in his best Aussie accent) the first time I made these for dinner. I could eat these every day. One pot. Packed with greens. Bursting with flavour and texture thanks to the bacon, soy sauce, Parmesan and nuts. Simple dinner at its best!

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recipe updated 24 Jan. 2020


  • Kale icon
    500 g (about 3)
  • Macadamia nuts icon
    Macadamia nuts
    100 g (about ¾ cup)
  • Parmesan cheese icon
    Parmesan cheese
    100 g (about ¾ cup)
  • Oil icon
    as needed
  • Bacon icon
    4 slices
  • Water icon
    as needed
  • Egg icon
    4 (about 200 g)
  • Soy sauce icon
    Soy sauce
    1 tbsp (about 18 g)


  • kCook icon Wooden spoon
  • kCook icon Stove
  • kCook icon Large saucepan
  • kCook icon Plate
  • kCook icon Stockpot - 5 liter
  • kCook icon Large serving bowl

Step preview

  1. Add oil to a clean large saucepan
  2. Heat - medium heat
  3. Add bacon to the large saucepan
  4. Stir occasionally until browned
  5. Transfer content of large saucepan to plate
  6. Add kale to a clean stockpot
  7. Add water to the stockpot
  8. Replace lid
  9. Cook carefully until softened while stirring occasionally - approx 5 min
  10. Reduce heat
  11. Add egg and soy sauce to the stockpot
  12. Stir continuously
  13. Transfer content of stockpot to 2 large serving bowls
  14. Transfer content of plate to 2 large serving bowls
  15. Top with macadamia nuts and parmesan cheese
  16. Serve
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