Slaw Salad Recipe

This was a very random salad that I threw together from ingredients left in my fridge.

Ingredients

  • cabbage
  • onions
  • ghee / oil of choice
  • romaine
  • awesome fresh olives

Dressing

  • olive oil
  • bragg’s liquid aminos
  • turbinado sugar
  • salt and pepper

Method

  1. Saute cabbage and onions in butter or ghee.
  2. Chop romaine and olives.
  3. Top romaine with olives and the sauteed veggies.
  4. Drizzle salad with the dressing ingredients. Mix it all together well. Enjoy with friends.

Hope you enjoy!

14 Replies to “Slaw Salad Recipe”

  1. AH feel better Maggie- i just got over that grossness and it totally sucked :/ I was downing cough medicine like nobody’s biznass, and emergen-c!! As for my bomb-ass salad…definitely beets + avocados 😀 And dessert after!

  2. ugh i HATE colds/flu! so sorry. will send happy thoughts your way.

    and i am itching to get home to my loaded vegan kitchen to cook for myself. so sick of protein bars and need some fresh veggies!

    1. @storiesovertea: if you get the right kind of olives they are delicious! I think you just have to keep experimenting and trying new ones to find one that you like. The bragg’s stuff is great – similar to soy sauce.

  3. My kind of meal but haven’t had such salad for a long time. Need to remake it because it’s always so good.
    Feel better!

  4. Hope you feel better soon. I’d love to see a recipe for veggie chicken broth- sounds good sick or not! Love the salad (mmm, olives!). In winter I like very finely sliced raw fennel, cold roasted root veggies and some toasted seeds in salads. A little chili pickle or chutney in the dressing helps keep my circulation firing.

  5. Maggie!!! When did you start blogging again (I never look at Google Reader)? I stopped by to look up one of your recipes and was so happy to see that you are posting again. Yay!

    My bomb ass salad would included avocado, maybe some salmon, spinach, bleu cheese, bacon and your miso tahini dressing which is what I came here to find. 🙂

  6. I hope you’re feeling better. I was just looking for a slaw recipe for Super Bowl. I love the colors in your slaw. Lots of color equals healthy and delicious.

    Kristi

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