Easy Cabbage Salad + 2 Ingredient Dressing
I just ate a bowl of this salad, and now I’m patiently waiting for my husband to eat his portion. But also… I’m trying to see if I can justify eating his portion while he’s distracted on the phone.
This salad is so good and it’s stupid easy to make. I’ll be right back — I have to go make some more!
Okay, happy & full belly of this cabbage salad and ready to give you all the details on how to make this. It’s so quick you will be able to whip it up last minute for dinner or for company. Take it with you for lunch or do like we do, make a big bowl of it, grab two forks and stand in the kitchen at the island and devour it.
I’ve had a version of this at the Whole Foods salad bar, but I didn’t love the ingredients. I don’t know why they must use canola oil in everything and add sugar, too. All I have to say is THUMBS DOWN to Whole Food's salad bar...
So I had to make my own. Here we go.
This Apple Cider Vinegar with Manuka Honey from Wedderspoon is incredible. Honestly, I could take a shot of it and, while yes it's strong, it's also tasty, too.
This salad is not Whole30 compliant because of the Manuka Honey in the Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV). You could use regular ACV instead to make it Whole30 compliant. You may want to add some extra sea salt and perhaps a few raisins, too.
1 cabbage (Or 1/2 purple & 1/2 green cabbage)
1/3 cup olive oil
1/3 cup Wedderspoon Apple Cider Vinegar + Manuka Honey
2 green onions, sliced
1/3 cup sliced almonds
Sprinkle of sesame seeds (optional)
Redmond Real Sea salt (the crunchy salt is best)
Thinly slice the cabbage using a sharp knife. Place in a big salad bowl.
In a blender, add the Wedderspoon Apple Cider Vinegar + Manuka Honey and turn blender on low speed. Carefully pour the olive oil in slowly. Turn the blender off and pour over the cabbage.
Sprinkle green onions, sliced almonds, sea salt and sesame seeds on the salad and mix.
Serve immediately and be prepared to make more. You can add shredded chicken for added protein if you like.