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Zesty Cabbage Slaw

Nutrition:
Calories: 228
Fat: 21 grams
Net Carbs: 7 grams
Protein: 4 grams

Fierce Foods Fact: This colorful and zesty side dish is packed with important nutrients like folate and Vitamin K which are needed for a healthy blood supply and are involved in the production of DNA and RNA. This dish also comes with a nice dose of Vitamin A, C, K as well as several minerals, helping to support a strong immune system.

Photographed By: Anne Watson
Directions:

In a glass bowl, mix mayo, rice vinegar, and yuzu juice. Add a pinch of salt and set aside.

Using a sharp knife, finely shred both cabbages and put in a large glass bowl. Dice the green onion, julienne the radish and add both to the bowl. Chop the cilantro, stems and all, and add to the mix.

Toss the slaw mix with the dressing, coating all of the ingredients, and add in the toasted pepitas. You can add celery seed for added crunch, and red serrano pepper for a little kick.

Chill for 30 minutes. Garnish with fresh cilantro leaves and enjoy!

Kids Can Cook Tips: Younger kids can help measure the ingredients and toss the salad. Older kids with knife skills can help shred the cabbages and chop the green onions, cilantro, and peppers.

Zesty Cabbage Slaw

Slaw:

1 green cabbage, core removed

1 napa cabbage

¼ cup green onion, green part only

½ cup cilantro

2 watermelon radishes

¼ cup pepitas, toasted

1 tablespoon red serrano pepper, minced (optional)

1 tablespoon celery seeds (optional)

Dressing:

1 cup Primal Kitchen mayo

¼ cup unseasoned rice vinegar

2 tablespoons yuzu juice (substitute: 1 tablespoon each lemon juice and lime juice)

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Zesty Cabbage Slaw

This zesty cabbage slaw with a citrus-mayo dressing makes a tasty, tangy addition to any meal, whether it's a picnic in the park or a weeknight family dinner!

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Low hassle, high nutrition

Fierce Food: Easy

Fierce Food: Easy

50/50 mixes of powerful veggies and starchy favorites

Fierce Food: Balance

Fierce Food: Balance

Maximize nutrients, minimize sugar and starch

Fierce Food: Power

Fierce Food: Power

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20 Minutes (Chill for 30 minutes before serving)

8 Servings

Ingredients

Slaw:

1 green cabbage, core removed

1 napa cabbage

¼ cup green onion, green part only

½ cup cilantro

2 watermelon radishes

¼ cup pepitas, toasted

1 tablespoon red serrano pepper, minced (optional)

1 tablespoon celery seeds (optional)

Dressing:

1 cup Primal Kitchen mayo

¼ cup unseasoned rice vinegar

2 tablespoons yuzu juice (substitute: 1 tablespoon each lemon juice and lime juice)

Slaw:

1 green cabbage, core removed

1 napa cabbage

¼ cup green onion, green part only

½ cup cilantro

2 watermelon radishes

¼ cup pepitas, toasted

1 tablespoon red serrano pepper, minced (optional)

1 tablespoon celery seeds (optional)

Dressing:

1 cup Primal Kitchen mayo

¼ cup unseasoned rice vinegar

2 tablespoons yuzu juice (substitute: 1 tablespoon each lemon juice and lime juice)

Slaw:

1 green cabbage, core removed

1 napa cabbage

¼ cup green onion, green part only

½ cup cilantro

2 watermelon radishes

¼ cup pepitas, toasted

1 tablespoon red serrano pepper, minced (optional)

1 tablespoon celery seeds (optional)

Dressing:

1 cup Primal Kitchen mayo

¼ cup unseasoned rice vinegar

2 tablespoons yuzu juice (substitute: 1 tablespoon each lemon juice and lime juice)

Kitchen Equipment

Bowl

Sharp knife

Bowl

Sharp knife

Bowl

Sharp knife

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Reading time:

3 Minutes

Nutrition:
Calories: 228
Fat: 21 grams
Net Carbs: 7 grams
Protein: 4 grams

Fierce Foods Fact: This colorful and zesty side dish is packed with important nutrients like folate and Vitamin K which are needed for a healthy blood supply and are involved in the production of DNA and RNA. This dish also comes with a nice dose of Vitamin A, C, K as well as several minerals, helping to support a strong immune system.

Photographed By: Anne Watson
Directions:

In a glass bowl, mix mayo, rice vinegar, and yuzu juice. Add a pinch of salt and set aside.

Using a sharp knife, finely shred both cabbages and put in a large glass bowl. Dice the green onion, julienne the radish and add both to the bowl. Chop the cilantro, stems and all, and add to the mix.

Toss the slaw mix with the dressing, coating all of the ingredients, and add in the toasted pepitas. You can add celery seed for added crunch, and red serrano pepper for a little kick.

Chill for 30 minutes. Garnish with fresh cilantro leaves and enjoy!

Kids Can Cook Tips: Younger kids can help measure the ingredients and toss the salad. Older kids with knife skills can help shred the cabbages and chop the green onions, cilantro, and peppers.

Nutrition:
Calories: 228
Fat: 21 grams
Net Carbs: 7 grams
Protein: 4 grams

Fierce Foods Fact: This colorful and zesty side dish is packed with important nutrients like folate and Vitamin K which are needed for a healthy blood supply and are involved in the production of DNA and RNA. This dish also comes with a nice dose of Vitamin A, C, K as well as several minerals, helping to support a strong immune system.

Photographed By: Anne Watson
Directions:

In a glass bowl, mix mayo, rice vinegar, and yuzu juice. Add a pinch of salt and set aside.

Using a sharp knife, finely shred both cabbages and put in a large glass bowl. Dice the green onion, julienne the radish and add both to the bowl. Chop the cilantro, stems and all, and add to the mix.

Toss the slaw mix with the dressing, coating all of the ingredients, and add in the toasted pepitas. You can add celery seed for added crunch, and red serrano pepper for a little kick.

Chill for 30 minutes. Garnish with fresh cilantro leaves and enjoy!

Kids Can Cook Tips: Younger kids can help measure the ingredients and toss the salad. Older kids with knife skills can help shred the cabbages and chop the green onions, cilantro, and peppers.

Nutrition:
Calories: 228
Fat: 21 grams
Net Carbs: 7 grams
Protein: 4 grams

Fierce Foods Fact: This colorful and zesty side dish is packed with important nutrients like folate and Vitamin K which are needed for a healthy blood supply and are involved in the production of DNA and RNA. This dish also comes with a nice dose of Vitamin A, C, K as well as several minerals, helping to support a strong immune system.

Photographed By: Anne Watson
Directions:

In a glass bowl, mix mayo, rice vinegar, and yuzu juice. Add a pinch of salt and set aside.

Using a sharp knife, finely shred both cabbages and put in a large glass bowl. Dice the green onion, julienne the radish and add both to the bowl. Chop the cilantro, stems and all, and add to the mix.

Toss the slaw mix with the dressing, coating all of the ingredients, and add in the toasted pepitas. You can add celery seed for added crunch, and red serrano pepper for a little kick.

Chill for 30 minutes. Garnish with fresh cilantro leaves and enjoy!

Kids Can Cook Tips: Younger kids can help measure the ingredients and toss the salad. Older kids with knife skills can help shred the cabbages and chop the green onions, cilantro, and peppers.

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