Asian Slaw

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I have been wanting to so an Asian slaw for quite some time now.  This week, we had some leftover red cabbage and I took that as a sign.  What we came out with was so good!

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This would be great in some spring rolls, or in an Asian wrap with your favorite protein.  It is definitely a dish that will be made often in our house.  Just today, I added some cashews to it for my husband’s lunch and he said they were amazing on top.  So even though it’s not pictured, I will add it to the recipe. :) This is a quick dish that can be made in a few minutes.

Asian Slaw

1 head red cabbage chopped
2 apples diced (I used gala apples, but any would work)
3 carrots shredded
1 tsp ginger minced
1 tsp garlic minced
2 T toasted sesame oil
2 T rice vinegar
1/3 cup toasted cashews
salt to taste

Throw the cabbage, apples, cashews and carrots into a large bowl. In a small bowl, whisk
the remaining ingredients to make the dressing. Pour the dressing onto the salad and toss.  This made about 4 servings and should last for a week in the fridge.  Enjoy!

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11 thoughts on “Asian Slaw

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  2. Hi Melissa, Your recipe looks amazing and I would love permission to use this and possibly some of your other recipes on my website recipe page.

    I will fully credit you and your photo and provide a link to your website.

    I am a Weight Loss & Emotional Eating Breakthrough Coach who loves to bring my clients nutritious and delicious recipe options.

    I’ll await your response!

  3. hi! perhaps a silly question, but i have sesame seed oil and sesame oil, but neither says toasted on the bottle. must it be toasted?

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