Fuel your day with this Quick Kale Salad with Smoked Salmon made with Minute® Ready to Serve Brown & Wild Rice and power foods like kale and salmon.
Enjoy lunch, even on the busiest days, with this simple and delicious Quick Kale Salad with Smoked Salmon. Made with Minute® Brown & Wild Rice it’s loaded with power foods to fuel your day!
Heat rice according to package directions.
Combine mayonnaise and Dijon mustard in a medium bowl.
Stir in rice, kale and salmon. Toss to coat.
Many people skip lunch because they’re just too busy. Yet, your mind and body need fuel and it’s important to take a break to eat and recharge so you can power through your day! We’re here to provide quality products and simple recipes to ensure that even those with the busiest of schedules can fit a nutritious and quality meal into their hectic days. You work hard, you deserve great, hassle-free meals to fuel your body and keep you going.
This Quick Kale Salad with Smoked Salmon made with Minute® Ready to Serve Brown & Wild Rice is ready in 3 simple steps and just minutes! It’s the perfect lunch for chaotic days. Loaded with kale, a power food, protein-packed salmon, filling brown and wild rice and tossed in mayo and Dijon mustard for extra flavor, this salad is perfect when time is scarce and you need to refuel to tackle the rest of your day. Ditch the subpar fast food, or skipping lunch altogether, with this and many other quick, easy and delicious recipes from Minute® Rice.
Find more protein-filled meals using different rice varieties in our recipe section! We’ve got options with beef, chicken, tofu, quinoa and beans like our Red Beans and Rice recipe.
This simple and flavorful salad can be dressed with many different types of dressings. Try sweet poppy seed, creamy lemon, Italian, balsamic vinaigrette or cilantro lime. Top with a few fresh avocado slices for added flavor and creamy texture.
Looking for another quick but filling salad? Try this Baby Kale, Pineapple and Chicken Salad with Ponzu Vinaigrette made with Minute® Instant Rice & Quinoa.
If you’re looking for something with more of a Latin American flavor, learn how to cook Mexican rice.