November 03, 2011

Cut N Clean Greens Review and Recipes

Cut N Clean greens is a company that sells all different kinds of fresh, cleaned, and packaged greens. They are grown year round in Southern California. For my review, I was sent a variety of greens such as spinach, rainbow chard, kale, beet greens, etc. Since getting this very large package of greens in the mail, I have tried 2 fun recipes with them that I will share with you below. 

As you probably have heard, greens are packed full of nutrition. It contains iron, calcium, vitamin K, vitamin A, etc. Pretty much, all greens are superfoods and should be part of every person's diet. They are low in calories, are great cooked or raw, and taste great.

Rainbow Kale Chips
Kale chips are becoming a very popular recipe so I thought that I would make my own recipe and try them. They turned out great! 

1/2 package Cut N Clean rainbow kale
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon garlic powder
2 tablespoons nutritional yeast

Toss all ingredients together and bake in the oven at 350 for 15 minutes until chips are crisp and slightly brown on the edges. Dip in ketchup or whatever condiment desired.

Indian Euro Greens Orzo
This recipe uses a packaged sauce/vegetable mix by Tasty Bite called Vegetable Korma because that was what I had on hand. You could use any Indian sauce or spices to make this dish also.

2 1/2 small zucchini
1/2 package Cut N Clean Euro Greens
1 12 ounce package orzo pasta (I used lemon garlic flavored)
1 package Tasty Bite Vegetable Korma

1. Start water for pasta. Once boiling, add orzo.
2. Meanwhile chop zucchini into bite sized pieces.
3. After orzo has been cooking about 5 minutes, add chopped zucchini and greens to the boilng water.
4. Once orzo is cooked, drain that and vegetables.
5. Add food back to pot and add Vegetable Korma mixture.
Serve immediately!

Both of these recipes were great! A couple of other recipes I made with these products is a massaged kale salad with goat cheese and lemon juice. I also made a smoothie with spinach, frozen cranberries, a banana, and light cranberry juice. I loved these too! Thanks Cut N Clean for helping my get my nutrition in this week!

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  1. Hi Amanda,
    We are so glad you enjoyed the greens! Kale chips are the new "it" food these days, aren't they? Love your addition of nutritional yeast to them.

    We also like how you incorporated the Euro Greens (combo of mustard, chard, turnip greens and kale) into your Indian-inspired dinner. It's great to see how inventive you can get when you use what you have.

    Your spinach and cranberry smoothie sounds downright inspired! We might have to try that in these days leading up to Thanksgiving, to get us in the mood.

    Thanks for trying our greens, and spreading the word that it's easy to be green!


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