cool coconut cabbage slaw [for spicy tacos]

cool coconut cabbage slaw

…or coconut cabbage salad. because I ate a whole bowl of this as a salad.

Today is the beginning of cabbage recipes for Meatless Monday, and I bring you something so easy yet So Delicious.

You could make this an entree salad by adding other veggies (carrots, celery, broccoli) and some protein (beans, spinach, tofu, tempeh).

…or you can fill your tacos with it. When they are super spicy tacos like these, the cool of this slaw balances perfectly.

The taco filling? Coming soon!

cool coconut cabbage slaw

cool coconut cabbage slaw

dairy, egg, mayo and gluten free, vegan

3 tablespoons white vinegar
3 tablespoons rice vinegar
1 cup coconut milk (So Delicious carton)
1 head cabbage
3/4 cup coconut (large flake), divided

In large mixing bowl, combine vinegars and coconut milk. Set aside. 

Chop ‘root’ away from cabbage, discard. Slice and chop cabbage to bite size pieces. Add cabbage and 1/2 cup coconut flake, toss to coat with coconut vinegar mixture. 

Transfer to serving bowl and top with remaining 1/4 cup coconut flake.

Place in refrigerator to cool.

cool coconut cabbage slaw

 

my two other cabbage recipes:

 

cashew cabbage crunch salad

cashew cabbage crunch salad

 

tempeh edamame salad rolls with ginger sesame sauce

 

Visit Heather for this weeks cabbage recipes:

MMAZ

 

Comments

  1. says

    I guess I really need to get on the cabbage train, as I’m seeing recipes for it everywhere I look. While I don’t like coconut–it tastes like suntan lotions smells–I’m sure I could find an easy way to figure out how to use it!

  2. says

    I always despised coleslaw, since I disliked cabbage but I’m thinking that my grown-up taste buds might warrant I give it another go with this recipe. I mean, if there’s coconut involved, how can it not be good? 😉

  3. says

    I love that we were both channeling the coconut this week for MMAZ. Maybe instead of dancing around the kitchen singing ‘Put the lime in the coconut’ we should sing ‘Put the cabbage in the coconut’?

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