• Asian Coleslaw

    Asian Coleslaw
    Coleslaw is one of those salads that can withstand a variety of dressings, and one of my favorites is this one – simple and flavorful. It’s basically cabbage and carrots, so if you’re ok with these two vegetables and the added flavor of a light, Asian-inspired dressing, you’ll love this recipe.

    I was guided by this recipe from Simply Recipes, and if you haven’t discovered this website yet, you’re in for a treat. One day it’s going to be more voluminous than Epicurious. I changed the recipe to use almond butter and honey, and I use whatever vinegar I have on hand at the moment, but feel free to use peanut butter or other nut butter.

    Tips You can use any kind of cabbage for this recipe – Napa cabbage is a slightly lighter, less crunchy cabbage, and worth a try. And here’s another coleslaw recipe that uses two kinds of cabbage. And, instead of cabbage, try zucchini noodles.


    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Paleo, Salads, Sauces & Dressings, SCD, Vegetarian  |  5 Comments

    5 Responses to Asian Coleslaw

    1. Kristin says:

      This was delicious! 🙂 My husband asked if we could have it every night! I like the crunch of the peanuts, and used peanut butter in the dressing too. Definitely a go-to SCD side dish for us now. Thank you!

    2. Erica says:

      Nice! Glad it worked out 🙂 This is definitely good for crunch lovers.

    3. Amy says:

      Yummy! I loved it. I’m SO glad I was referred to your site. I couldn’t decide what to try first, and I had all these ingredients and have been craving asian food for a while. unfortunately, everything “asian” I seem to come across has soy sauce, and I can’t have soy.

      THANK YOU! Wonderful recipe and blog. Can’t wait to try more recipes (strawberry coconut ice cream is ranking high on my “next” list. 😉 )

    4. Tammy Quilty says:

      Cant wait to try this!!

    5. Nice blog, I live in Thailand and have many recipes for asian and fusion foods! This sounds nice , it reminds me of the recipe I posted last week for a delicious salad. Check me out and write if u wanna do something together, like hosting! Sawadee na Ka… http://www.cloudsinthekitchen.blogspot.com/2013/11/brazilian-looking-salad-thai-tasting.html

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