After Thanksgiving, I'm craving raw foods. Alternatives to cabbage welcome!
Try broccoli slaw! Great crunch, especially with BBQ. We are having snow pea and mango slaw with an Asian dressing tomorrow with our fish.
Great suggestions Lori! I have a couple of broccoli slaw recipes. Can you send me the snow pea/mango one? It sounds wonderful!
Here's a delicious slaw with mango and Asian pear: http://www.food52.com/recipes....
I agree with packaged broccoli slaw. Add stuff like water chestnut, raisin, red onion, whatever you like.
My favorite Autumn slaw is one with green cabbage, green apple, fennel, some shaved red onion and make a dressing with rice vinegar, honey and lemon zest...delish!
Not a fan of mayo so I like Asian slaw. Rice NYC makes a good one with shredded cabbage and carrots, seaweed, lotus root, and toasted sesame with that delicious carrot ginger dressing!
Kohlrabi is great in slaw. Also, I just made a good one with fennel, apple, and radish with a mustard-anchovy vinaigrette.
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I really like my Apple Shiso slaw, posted here. Something about the cinnamon spice notes in shiso + apple. So, to answer your question, it's my favorite. ;o)
My cousin makes a fantastic slaw with jicama, cabbage, apple, and horse raddish, all grated with lime and cilantro dressing. It's fantastic.
I think jicama makes pretty much any salad better.
Thank you all so much. I'm looking forward to slaw-filled holiday season, to balance out the gluttony!
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