The recipe for this dish of cabbage with carrots, ginger, orange, miso is here as Winter Slaw and here as Fresh Tekka. It is adapted from a macrobiotic recipe, and if I have the time, I make it once a week.
Thursday’s Challenge is “FOOD” (Meals, Restaurants, Eating, Vegetables, Unusual Foods, Cooking, BBQs,…).
If you really like food shots, see the apple pie in the previous post.
13 thoughts on “Thursday Challenge: Fresh Slaw”
healthy yumm 🙂
Once a week! That’s quite often. Who eats it in your family?
It looks good and healthy.
Just the adults. I could it eat it all myself easily.
This looks like a vegetarian dish my mother-in-law loved to whip up, whenever she was at her wits’ end about what to cook…
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Now that’s a dish that I could sink my teeth into with joy (vegetarian that I am)!
Looks very yummy. A very healthy meal for the whole family. 🙂
This sounds yummy, and I love the ginger addition.
It looks wonderful.
Miso….I don’t know what that is …and I probably should…
Miso is fermented soy paste. You can make it without the miso, but it does add a nice subtle flavor. Miso soup is wonderful stuff – delicious and healing.
I’d love a salad like that. You’re invited to make it in my kitchen!
One of these days I’ll come visit you and make it for you in your kitchen!