All posts tagged: Cabbage

Savoy Cabbage Soup with Grünkern

Savoy Cabbage Soup with Grünkern

Savoy Cabbage Soup with Grünkern. Okay, this soup is not going to sell itself. But let me say this… if any cabbage soup is going to satisfy your hopes for a tasty cabbage soup, this could be the one. Although it’s undeniably healthy, this soup is not to be confused with the famous cabbage soup […]

Red Cabbage, Cranberry & Orange Salad

Red Cabbage, Cranberry & Orange Salad

I love simple, raw, shredded red cabbage salads. This red cabbage salad with dried cranberries, sweet and juicy oranges, green onions and fresh-tasting parsley and mint is packed with goodness. I guess you could say coleslaw is sort of a North American thing. And as I discovered also a Scandinavian favorite too. Which makes it […]

Healthy Shredded Cabbage Salad with Tahini-Lemon Dressing, Vegan, Gluten-free, Coleslaw

Shredded Cabbage Salad with Tahini-Lemon Dressing

Let’s talk about this shredded cabbage salad with tahini-lemon dressing recipe for a minute. Yes, cabbage salad. Or perhaps I should call it a “coleslaw” to make it sound more appealing. It’s a shredded salad. One I often make using kale but sadly, since the season is over, I’ve traded out kale for a mix […]

Coconut-Lime Cabbage & Mango Salad

Coconut-Lime Cabbage & Mango Salad

Spring has seemed to wake my taste buds to fresh, assertive and bold flavors. And this coconut-lime cabbage salad is the new flavor sensation of my life! Full of the fresh flavors of mango and cilantro, it’s Thai inspired coconut-lime dressing really makes it shine, only to take it to the next level of absolute […]

Kohlrabi, Grapefruit, and Red Cabbage Salad

Kohlrabi, Grapefruit, and Red Cabbage Salad

Don’t hate me for introducing another salad in the midst of a cold and wet Hamburg winter. But this super simple one is featuring regional-in-saison-now red cabbage (+ carrots) and thanks to our neighbors in the South kohlrabi (ciao!) and pink grapefruit (hola!). It’s a refreshing, delicious and can I say gorgeous (??) — just […]

Jeweled Couscous Salad with radishes, oranges, arugula, cilantro, red cabbage

Couscous Salad with Radishes and Oranges

Oh my. How can a salad jeweled with so many beautifully vivid hues be anything but utterly delicious? It is. It’s magical. Actually, what is truly magical is couscous. It’s so easy. It almost does all the work itself. Of course there are a few special methods for preparing it. One of which I stumbled […]

Thai Inspired Kohlrabi Coleslaw

Thai Inspired Kohlrabi Coleslaw

This crunchy kohlrabi salad is the perfect way to introduce Germany’s darling to your table – although gnarly looking, it’s a very tasty vegetable. It can be stir-fried, steamed or boiled, but I swear raw is the way to go! Flavor and texture-wise, kohlrabi has an apple-like crunch, slightly resembles a radish in texture and […]

Oxheart Cabbage Coleslaw with Apple and Mango

Oxheart Cabbage Coleslaw with Apple and Mango

Oxheart cabbage is the one with the pointy head and my absolute favorite cabbage. Actually it’s the only cabbage I buy on a regular basis. It has succulent leaves making it excellent choice for salads like coleslaw and is everyone’s darling for sauerkraut. More often than not, I add it broth-based soups, let it wilt […]

Coleslaw with Cranberries and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

The word coleslaw is derived from the Dutch term “koolsla”, meaning cabbage salad. “Kool” meaning cabbage and “sla” the Dutch abbreviation for “salade”. In the late seventeenth, New York was flooded with Dutch settlers and with them, they brought their recipe for chilled cabbage salad, which today is a mixture of the shredded vegetables with […]