Apple Cabbage Slaw With a Zesty Citrus Dressing (AIP/Paleo)

Apple Cabbage Slaw With a Zesty Citrus Dressing (AIP/Paleo)

My hubby absolutely despises cabbage unless it is in coleslaw form. So, about once every other week or so we have coleslaw as a side with dinner.

However, ever since I started AIP I have stuck with the same basic recipe.

Well, as I began to experiment with fall flavors I decided to try an apple cabbage slaw. Around the same time, I was experimenting with a citrus pork recipe (which I will post soon) so I threw in a little citrus kick to the dressing and two paired perfectly!

I would definitely recommend this as a wonderful seasonal variation from the traditional idea of coleslaw. It was a big hit!

Apple Cabbage Slaw with a Zesty Citrus Dressing (AIP/Paleo)

Apple Cabbage Slaw with a Zesty Citrus Dressing (AIP/Paleo)

Ingredients:

2 c Green cabbage- Shredded

2 c Red cabbage- Shredded

1 Granny smith apple- chopped

2 TBS Olive Oil

2 TBS balsamic Vinegar

1 TBS honey

1 TBS orange juice

salt and pepper (optional)

Directions: 

In a large bowl combine your red and green cabbage and your diced green apple. In a small bowl combine your olive oil, balsamic vinegar, honey and orange juice and stir until well combined. Pour your dressing over the slaw and stir. Add salt and pepper to taste. Enjoy!

 

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Jesse St. Jean

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