A fantastic alternative to coleslaw with mayonnaise!
Once you’ve dressed the veggies you need to let the salad sit for 20-30minutes to allow the cabbage to “relax” a bit! This salad doesn’t keep well, the cabbage relaxes too much and becomes a little slimy so just make as much as you need.
5 spring onions, finely sliced
2 carrots, peeled and julienned
1/2 white cabbage, stalk removed and ver finely sliced
3 tablespoon gluten free soy sauce
2 tablespoons sesame oil
2 tablespoons rice vinegar
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon peanut butter
1 clove garlic, finely grated
1 teaspoon finely grated fresh ginger
In a large bowl, combine the spring onion, carrot and cabbage.
In a small bowl combine the remaining ingredients and whisk well until you have a smooth dressing.
Pour the dressing over the veggies and mix very well, set aside for 20-30 minutes.
21 thoughts on “Asian Coleslaw”
I love this, honey and peanut butter yummm
Thanks Lynn, it makes nice change from regular coleslaw! 🙂 Ros
yes that is so true Ros! It looks very nice and full of flavor!
This looks so good!!
Thanks sewloveable, it’s a big hit in our house! 🙂 Ros
Thanks Freda! 🙂 Ros
Looks very tasty!
Thanks Thehealthyfoodblogger! 🙂 Ros
I have mostly all the ingredients. Will definitely give it a try. I love mayo and always have tiny bottle sitting in my fridge. But, let’s face it. Its not healthy. I have tried a slaw with hung curd instead of mayo. And this sounds like an another excellent option! 🙂
Hi Srujan, mayonnaise is one of my downfalls so it’s nice to have a coleslaw that’s a little healthier! 🙂 Ros
Sounds yummy, especially in the summer, but quite tempted now 🙂
Thanks Amanda, it’s warming up here so salads and barbecues are happening more often! 🙂 Ros
Thanks The Creators Toolbox, it is rather yummy! 🙂 Ros
This looks awesome!
Thanks so much Cooking For The Time Challenged! 🙂 Ros
Thanks for the ping back Gregory! 🙂 Ros
Awesome recipe! Thanks for sharing.
P.S. Thanks for visiting my blog.
My pleasure Betty! 🙂 Ros