red cabbage lettuce
I eat my red cabbage raw. I found out you could eat it like that, and since then I've been eating red cabbage every other week. The first thing I do is make this basic recipe and then I can basically do what I want with this salad. I would like to mention that my meals are prepared purely vegetable.
- half red cabbage
- 4 small/medium roots
- 4 stems of spring onion
- handful of raisins
- 2 apples
- 2 tbsp maple syrup (or agave)
- 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
Cut the red cabbage into small strips or do as I do, in the food processor on the grater setting. I usually do the bigger setting. I also grate the carrots. Cut the spring onion and apple into pieces. Put the sliced ingredients in a large bowl. Add the raisins, maple syrup and apple cider vinegar and mix so that everything is covered.
I keep the salad in a large lockable bowl so that I can enjoy it for several days. We extract about 6 servings depending on how big the red cabbage is and how much appetite you have. Because of the acidity of the apple cider vinegar, the red cabbage becomes softer and easier to eat.
(For the daily boxes you can check the following: cruciferous vegetables, other vegetables, fruits)
Now that you have the basic recipe here are 2 ideas to make it a full-fledged meal.
Coleslaw with potatoes and a bean burger:
- Red coleslaw
- Potato seasoning (optional)
- Bean burger of your choice
- Hand spinach
- Carrots, julienne sliced
- Some sauce for burgers and potatoes
(Daily boxes: beans, cruciferous vegetables, green vegetables and other vegetables)
- 2 Whole wheat tortillas
- Red cabbage salad
- - Hummus. - Yeah
Take a tortilla and generously smear with hummus and put a bed of spinach on it. Generously put some red cabbage salad on here and fold it tightly.
(For the daily boxes you can tick beans, cruciferous vegetables, green vegetables, other vegetables, fruits and cereals.)
I had baked potatoes on the picture because I didn't have enough tortillas and after this lunch was so full that I could make it fine until the end of the afternoon:)
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