9 Ways (Beyond Coleslaw) to savor Cabbage Under 350 Calories

 

The BEST Red Cabbage Coleslaw Recipe

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How To Make Coleslaw | Homemade Coleslaw Recipe Easy | KFC Style Coleslaw

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Seriously Good Homemade Coleslaw Recipe How to Make Coleslaw From Scratch

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Healthy Coleslaw Recipe | How To Make a Low Calorie and Low Fat Homemade Coleslaw

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COLESLAW RECIPE 2 WAYS | classic coleslaw + vinegar coleslaw (no mayo coleslaw)

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KETO COLESLAW & DRESSING | THE BEST, EASY, LOW CARB COLESLAW RECIPE FOR KETO

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The very easiest way to make coleslaw is to use bags of already shredded cabbage, carrots, or coleslaw mix. You can also shred your own cabbage and carrots. Use a mandoline, or a food processor’s grating attachment makes quick work of the job, but a sharp knife and a few moments will also yield fresh ingredients. With only 55 calories and less than two grams of fat per serving, feel free to eat extra helpings of this delicious red cabbage slaw. A perfect dish for entertaining, it adds a bright spot of.

Add the cabbage, tomatoes, sauce, vinegar, truvia (affiliate link), pepper and salt. Stir to combine. Partially cover the pot and allow the soup to simmer gently until the rice and cabbage are tender, 20 to 30 minutes.

Taste and add additional salt and pepper as desired. WW Cabbage Roll Soup Serving Suggestions. 4 Ingredient Cabbage Casserole uses cabbage, cream of celery soup, Velveeta and butter crackers. Try swapping cream of chicken or cream of mushroom soup in this easy cabbage casserole recipe. Cheesy cabbage casserole uses Velveeta for it’s cheesy nature; try swapping Queso Blanco Velveeta for a new spin.

Chop or shred the cabbage. Avocado cabbage slaw makes for a refreshing topping to cumin-rubbed salmon inside warm corn taco shells. Ingredients: • 12 oz. fresh salmon filet • 1/2 tsp. ground cumin • 1/4 tsp. freshly ground pepper • 1 cup pico de gallo, homemade or store bought • 8 small corn tortillas • 4 cups Easy Avocado Cabbage Carrot Cole Slaw * Instruction.

Courtesy of Pinch of Yum. One of the easiest things you can do with canned salmon is to treat it like ground meat and use it in a burger patty. This recipe combines it with fresh herbs and garlic powder for added flavor, and produces a deliciously crispy patty that sits well in a bun or atop a bed of homemade cabbage slaw.

WW Recipe of the Day: Skinny Asian Pork Tacos for Two (168 calories | 5 5 5 myWW *SmartPoints value per serving) Today I’m sharing an easy east-meets-southwest recipe for Skinny Asian Pork Tacos for Two.Lean ground pork mixed with an easy Asian marinade, quickly stir-fried, stuffed into small corn tortillas and topped with a simple crunchy slaw. Move over, classic coleslaw. This veggie-forward sandwich gets its satisfying crunch from a nutrient-rich cabbage slaw that’s vegan-friendly. The good-for-you condiment delivers a tangy flavor thanks to ingredients like red wine vinegar and.

Add the cabbage. Once the meat is cooked, add the main ingredient – cabbage! Reduce the heat and toss the cabbage with some coconut aminos.

Stir fry it for about five minutes, until the cabbage is nice and tender. TIP: To save time, use shredded coleslaw mix for the cabbage. Explore Ever Green Farm CSA’s board “Napa Cabbage” on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Napa cabbage, Cooking recipes, Cabbage recipes.

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Note: The cabbage recipe yields up to 3 cups of delicious sweet-and-sour slaw, but you will only need 1 to 2 cups to top the lettuce wraps.

“Treme: Stories and Recipes from the Heart of New Orleans” by Lolis Eric Elie, Anthony Bourdain, David Simon, Ed Anderson
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While vinegar mixture chills, toss cabbage with sugar and ½ teaspoon salt in separate bowl.

“The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You'll Ever Want to Make” by America's Test Kitchen
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While mixture chills, toss cabbage with sugar and 1 teaspoon salt in large bowl.

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note: To make your own slaw mix, toss together 5 cups of shredded green cabbage (about 1 medium head), 2 cups of shredded red cabbage (about ½ small head), and ½ cup of julienned carrots (about 1 large).

“Lexi's Clean Kitchen: 150 Delicious Paleo-Friendly Recipes to Nourish Your Life” by Alexis Kornblum
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May Salad – Large bowl of chopped cabbage, 1 cup of radishes, cut fine, ½ cup sweet green peppers, chopped fine, 1½ cups chopped tomatoes, 1 cup green onions, chopped fine, ½ cup parsley, chopped fine, 1 cup cucumbers, chopped—if in season.

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TOSS the romaine with the vinegar and the remaining 2 tablespoons of oil; season with ¼ teaspoon each salt and pepper.

“Dinner Made Simple: 35 Everyday Ingredients, 350 Easy Recipes” by The Editors of Real Simple
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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: We wanted our coleslaw recipe to produce crisp, evenly cut pieces of cabbage lightly coated with a flavorful buttermilk dressing that would cling to the cabbage instead of collecting in the bottom of the bowl.

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To show the drastic effect that salt can have on raw vegetables, we tossed three 1-pound batches of whole napa cabbage leaves with 2½ tablespoons of kosher salt each.

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The Hearty Red Cabbage Slaw requires chopping cabbage, carrots, cilantro, and an apple in a food processor, then tossing the mixture with chopped nuts, pureed avocado, salt, pepper, lemon, lime, and garlic.

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You can make home-made coleslaw with cabbage (red and white), carrots, onions, celery and whatever else you fancy and you can use lemon juice, olive oil and/or beaten eggs as a dressing.

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  • I LOVE coleslaw! And now I can have my coleslaw and eat it, too! Joe…You’re fantastic! Your wife is a lucky gal 😉 Diana in Milwaukee, WI…..��������‍♀️

  • I have never been a fan of using my hands to mix food. Do you think we should use spoons to toss rather than hands.? Considering the virus… just saying

  • Do you have the link for the scale you used in this video. I have looked at some of your other videos and the link for the scale is not the same one you use in the video. Looking to get a scale and really want a good one.

  • This was ridiculously delicious. We added more minced onion just by preference. Your recipe knocked our socks off after one bite! I wish I hadn’t made it so early as we started eating it before the ribs were done. Hopefully we have some leftover to try tomorrow so it has a day to set. T H A N K Y O U!!!

  • It looks like you need to sharpen your knife. If you do have a good sharp knife, you can cut the cabbage faster and much finer, which is good for this salad. I’m in the vinegar, oil, sugar and celery seed camp myself. ��

  • Hey Joe, been watching your videos for awhile now, and I guess I’ve always been wondering: why did you choose to go keto/is it sustainable for a long-term lifestyle? I’ve always thought that keto sounds great for weight loss, but not super sustainable long-term.

  • Looks yummy Joe!! Definitely making this coleslaw for sure. Love all your recipes & videos! Proud to know you’re a fellow Buffalonian!! ❤️������

  • im thinking of adding white yam to add more crunchiness, but its too hard to eat raw (for coleslaw)… i wonder if i boil the yam for a softer texture then add in into the coleslaw, is it okay?

  • This is great. Sheltered in Place in Washington with some broccoli �� I could shred myself and 2 heads of cabbage �� I will probably eliminate the carrot because of my carb limitations with my pancreatic disease, but you continue to give me so many great options for my severe diet. THANK YOU DUFF ��

  • What can I use instead of celery seeds? Unavailable in my country. Can I use fresh celery or any other spice instead? Recommendations are highly appreciated, thank you!:)

  • Thank you for posting the vinegar dressing option. I’m not a fan of mayo so i would usually refuse to even watch a recipe that requires mayo.

    I love coleslaw with vinegar. And this is an amazing recipe to meal prep for 3 days on my work trips. I’m a flight attendant, so I notice that recipes that contain vinegar usually stay fresher in my lunch cooler. Especially since i have to keep it with ice all the time and sitting there it can change the flavor of foods

  • LOL what an awesome recipe video I literally just bought these ingredients and was about to make keto coleslaw and then this popped up on my phone! Thanks for the video I love all your recipes and make them often definitely my favorite channel for keto recipes! I’m going to make that today thanks again…

  • This is the LAST video in the old kitchen! HUGErrrrr news I invested in a high quality camera/lighting,tripod etc….so those videos will be coming out probably by the end of April/May. 

    What do you think about the new thumbnails?

  • I use a grater for the cabbage. I’m not that good with knives… takes a bit longer but you get some finely cut and even pieces that way.

  • I was a bit skeptical but I’ve never made coleslaw ever before but once you finished that up it looked amazing. Definitely gonna go ahead and pin this to try later!

  • I just made a version of this recipe. I skipped honey (didn’t have any) and added a bit of green onions, fresh parsley, canned black olives and a secret ingredient 2 small pickles!!! No salt necessary!!! I guess it is no longer a “real” coleslaw but it made it more interesting and added more flavor.

    Are these whole celery seeds or ground?

  • I had vinegar coleslaw once at BBC place and It was delicious. I found couple of recipes but wasn’t happy with them. I need to try this recipe.

  • You want to make a better coleslaw stay away from sugar and milk. Grate in some fresh red beets, maybe some raisin s. Stay away from sugar people! For a spicy coleslaw uze the seracha or chipotle mayo you use on you r sandwiches

  • I always thought I hated coleslaw because of the stuff you get in the deli section or in restaurants. Too much sugar and mayo turns the vegetables into a sloppy mess. I am looking forward to making this recipe with your homemade mayo. Love the mixture of different kinds of cabbage-pretty!

  • Simply Mama there are cut gloves out there so you don’t cut your self. Guess what!! I have a good food processor in mint condition never used it before I have it in storage ������.!!

  • That mayo camp seduced me so bad������ thank you soo much for uploading�� btw can you tell us how you made the mayonnaise?? It really looks good ilysm����

  • That mayo camp seduced me so bad������ thank you soo much for uploading�� btw can you tell us how you made the mayonnaise?? It really looks good ilysm����

  • I love coleslaw!!! This seems so easy and I like being in more control of the sugar content that goes in it! Thank you for the video!

  • I love the broccoli slaw!! I’ve never made my own slaw, but watching how simple it is I think I’ll give it a go!! I may even shred left over broccoli stems and add in red cabbage:) instead of spending the extra money for packaged!! Thank you for all your videos!! You n mi ale them easy to follow. Have a blessed day!!

  • Because I have digestive issues, I’m supposed to use cooked even slightly cooked cabbage. Would this recipe translate well as a warmed/wilted salad or side?

  • Oh no, not a CARROT! ��
    You just triggered the KETO Purists! This is a good recipe! I use one similar only mine has apple cider vinegar. & I mix up my dressing in a bowl first before dumping it on. But that’s just a personal preference. Your way uses less dishes!