cabbage salad
Cabbage salad | how to make cabbage salad
Written by Jayashree
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Cabbage Salad is tasty and healthy. It is ideal to binge as a mid-day snack. 

Many people desist eating raw cabbage. But it is healthy as it contains antioxidants and  fibre along with vitamins. Try to include more of this super food  in your daily diet. Raw cabbage tastes good only when it is fresh and green in colour. Make sure you chop the cabbage finely.  The way a vegetable is chopped makes a lot of difference in the taste. 

The other salad recipes on the blog are watermelon rind salad, sprouted moong salad, kidney bean and corn salad


  • cabbage ( a small green one)
  •  tomato diced 2
  • salt
  • lime juice 1 tsp
  • olive oil 1 tsp
  • coriander leaves finely cut for garnishing



Shred the cabbage finely. The kind of cutting influences the taste of the food. Wash in running water and put  in a colander for sometime. In a bowl add cabbage, tomatoes, salt, lime juice and olive oil. Garnish with coriander leaves. Serve chilled.

Take a tip:

  • Use fresh cabbage to make salads. A day old may be used in making stir fry and soup.
  • Choose cabbage that is green in colour.
  • Chop it finely.

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  1. Ellis Trower

    Cabbage Salad? Wow .. Sounds interesting. We had it once in an
    Indian restaurant
    and pretty much liked it. Thanks for sharing its recipe. Keep Sharing.

    • jayashree

      Thankyou Ellis for the visit. Glad you liked it and I must tell you that it is tasty.



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Hello and Welcome to my blog! I am Jayashree from India. An enthusiastic blogger, with a zest for life.  I believe in living life to the fullest.

Cooking has been my passion. I have always loved to try new recipes.  Writing has been a feel good factor and extremely  loving it. With these two passions of mine, my culinary blog was born. Read More…


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