Recipe Directions

Combine cabbages and carrot in a bowl and toss with dressing. Marinate 15 minutes before serving.

Thedailyraw's Thoughts

A coleslaw with a sweet and spicy blend of Thai flavors.

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Absolutely delicious! The blend of flavors just dances on my tongue. Thank you for posting - this is definitely a new fave! It tastes great on lots of vegies, not just slaw.

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sounds and looks soooo wonderful! love cabbage, next time i will try those i make with mint leaves and almond butter ~thank you so much!

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Thank you so much for the dressing in this recipe. It's truly fantastic! I used it on a cabbage salad that I made for my husband and I at lunch today.

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I just made this and can't keep my fork out of it! Wow! I did omit the almond butter, used agave instead of honey, added a little namu shoya, a fine diced apple and a handful of raisins. This is a winner!!! I will deffinately be making this agian.

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Delicious! Made this twice already. Although, I did make a couple of adjustments. I ommitted the honey, added onions (red and spring), and added a little water to the dressing to thin. This salad keeps great too - even better the next day! Yum

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I made this last night...EXCELLENT!! I also added some ground dried papaya seeds which added a lovely little bite. Thank you thedailyraw!

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