Some meals scream for a simple, refreshing slaw on the side, such as this chicken katsu or rose-harissa chicken. This recipe is a simple slaw that complements poultry or red meat so well.
For my kids who aren’t open to cabbage yet, I serve the food items (cabbage, apple, and dressing) separately. Munchkin nibbles at a shred of cabbage at this point, but it’s a step forward to eating a new food item.
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Apple and Cabbage Slaw
Simple and refreshing slaw to complement poultry or red meat
- 1/2 cup Greek yogurt
- 1/3 cup mayo I used kewpie
- Juice from 1 large lemon
- 1 tbsp honey
- A pinch of salt
- Dash of milk
- Half of a small cabbage
- 2 red apples
Make the dressing by mixing Greek yogurt, mayo, lemon juice, honey, salt, and milk. Set aside.
Shred cabbage into thin slices. I used a mandoline slicer, but you can do this with a food processor using a shredding disc. (I find the pre-shredded cabbage from the stores too thick to my liking.) After shredding, I rinse the cabbage in a salad spinner.
Cut apples into matchsticks.
In a large bowl, add cabbage and apple sticks. Drizzle dressing on top and toss.
For my kids, I serve cabbage, apple sticks, and the dressing (as a dip) separately.