How to say kale in Spanish?
Kale in Spanish is nothing more than the so-called green cabbage (col verde) or curly cabbage (col rizada). It is a vegetable cousin of broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts. Kale, col rizada in Spanish, is a vegetable that came to unseat spinach, complete with Popeye. It is becoming the queen of green products. Kale is now being discovered by many; others already consider it popular when it comes to taking care of the body and health. Kale is exceptionally rich in nutrients, very beneficial for health, and has a very good flavor. Some consider kale one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet. Kale is native to Asia Minor, from where it came to Europe.
Curly cabbage, kale, or Portuguese kale is a variety of cabbage from the collard group of cultivars. Kale reaches 30 to 40 cm in height and has characteristic, very curly green leaves. Kale contains fiber, antioxidants, calcium, vitamins C and K, iron, and a host of other nutrients that can help prevent various health problems. The antioxidants in kale help the body eliminate unwanted toxins that result from natural processes and environmental pressures. Regarding its origin, we know that this vegetable was born in Germany, and this green color of curly leaves is typical of northern Germany. And it only grows in the cold months without the need for special care. We know there are three types: kale or green, purple cabbage, and lacitano cabbage. The latter is also known by the names of Dinosaurio (because it looks like dinosaur skin) or Toscan kale.
Kale is a dark green leafy vegetable (sometimes with purple). It is packed with nutrients and flavor. It also belongs to the same family as broccoli, collard greens, cabbage, and cauliflower. All of these vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals. The cultivation of this plant, called “curly cabbage,” is increasing in Argentina and is being incorporated into the farms of leafy vegetable producers. In Mendoza, it is increasingly common to find kale in greengrocers. It is related to broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts but with elongated leaves.
There are differences between cabbage and cabbage, they could be confused, but we will tell you how to differentiate them: while cabbage leaves have very marked veins, cabbage leaves are much less so, so they are smoother. In addition, they form a smaller and more compact bud than the traditional cabbage.
We also know that it has many properties:
-High iron content
-High calcium content
-High Omega 3 content.
-Rich in other Vitamins:
-Rich in minerals.
What does the Spanish word Kale mean?
Kale in the Dominican Republic is a food that is here to stay. It can be eaten raw in salads and also cooked like any other leafy vegetable. Lots of nutrients, few calories.
Kale has many benefits. First of all, for diabetes, the American Diabetes Association recommends consuming it because it is rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. It is also very good for heart diseases. It is also recommended to consume it for digestion.
Kale in Ecuador is considered a super food, because, in addition to being very practical and delicious, it also brings many benefits to our health. It is similarly called in the United Kingdom, where it is known as curly kale. Meanwhile, kale is called couve in Portuguese.
Kale in Spanish Translation
Another vegetable that is widely consumed in all parts of the world is cabbage. Basil is also interesting, which is an aromatic plant, which is used in the preparation of many meals and can be grown on our patios. Just like kale and cabbage, spinach is widely consumed around the world. It has relatively fast growth and also contains a large number of nutrients.
In the same way, kale is found in all parts of the world, in Mexico it is widely used because it can be used in multiple dishes, which is why chefs like it a lot.
Bok choy, or pak choi, is also widely consumed. Like kale, it is a variety of Chinese cabbage and it is called ‘repollo chino”.
In addition to all these delicious vegetables, there is also chard, from which the entire plant is used and is very nutritious. In the same way, we can talk about arugula, which is very well considered for culinary purposes and of which there are three species.
Kale in Spanish Vegetable
Certainly, all these vegetables are very healthy and tasty. There are many recipes to consume them. Kale can be eaten in salads, in smoothies, stir-fried with cranberries, in soups, among other ways, each more delicious. To make a kale salad, you will need to have:
3 tablespoons of canola oil
2 cups of coriander leaves
1/4 of a red onion
Salt to taste
1 kale (col rizada)
Mix everything and transfer it to a large bowl. Make a dressing and add the kale. Let it rest for 15 minutes. After this time it is ready to serve.
It can also be consumed with parsley, which is a delicious seasoning.
As a result of this research on kale, we can conclude by saying that kale, like its sister vegetables, is widely used in all parts of the world. They have a high concentration of nutrients and are delicious in all their variants.
The translation for kale is ‘col rizada’.
Sentences with the word kale in Spanish
|No me gusta la col rizada.||–||I don’t like kale.|
|Hoy comeremos col rizada.||–||Today we will eat kale.|
|Mi hijo es fanático a comer col rizada.||–||My son is a fan of eating kale.|
|Nunca he comido col rizada.||–||I have never eaten kale.|
|¿Quieres col rizada?||–||Do you want kale?|
|La col rizada te quedó malísima.||–||The kale was terrible for you.|
|Si quieres te sirvo col rizada.||–||If you want, I’ll serve you kale.|
|No quiero comer col rizada.||–||I don’t want to eat kale.|
|¿De nuevo hiciste col rizada?||–||Did you make kale again?|
|Capa cada plato con una cama de col rizada.||–||Top each plate with a bed of kale.|
|Agrégale col rizada al plato.||–||Add kale to the dish.|
|Combine la col rizada con la lechuga.||–||Combine kale with lettuce.|
|Hay muchas recetas que puedes hacer usando col rizada.||–||There are many recipes that you can make using kale.|
|Cocina hasta que la col rizada esté tierna.||–||Cook until kale is tender.|
|No quiero dejarte sola preparando tu col rizada.||–||I don’t want to leave you alone making your kale.|
|Sirva el platillo acompañado de col rizada.||–||Serve the dish accompanied by kale.|
|No cocines más la col rizada o se te va a pasar.||–||Don’t overcook the kale or it will overcook.|
|No quiero probar la col rizada.||–||I don’t want to taste kale.|
|Quedó riquísima la col rizada con queso parmesano.||–||The kale with Parmesan cheese was delicious.|
|Quiero añadir algo verde, espinacas o col rizada.||–||I want to add something green, spinach or kale.|
|Agregue la col rizada, un poco a la vez.||–||Add the kale, a little at a time.|
|¿Otra vez usando col rizada en una receta que no la lleva?||–||Using kale again in a recipe that doesn’t call for it?|
|Cocine la col rizada hasta que se marchite.||–||Cook kale until wilted.|
|Agregue la col rizada y cocine durante 5 minutos.||–||Add the kale and cook for 5 minutes.|
|Coloque la col rizada en un tazón grande.||–||Place kale in a large bowl.|
|También puedes usar col rizada o acelga.||–||You can also use kale or Swiss chard.|
|Lave y limpie la col rizada.||–||Wash and clean kale.|
|Necesito que compres col rizada.||–||I need you to buy kale.|
|Mi dieta es a veces de vegetales y el que más me gusta es la col rizada.||–||My diet is sometimes vegetables and the one I like the most is kale.|
|Siempre pico en trozos la col rizada.||–||I always chop kale.|