5 Reviews

Refreshing--that's how I'd describe this salad! I used napa, cilantro, carrots, beans sprouts and chopped yellow onion as my base. Kept dressing same except I did not have brown rice syrup. Use same amount called for in the rice syrup as agave to sweeten it a bit. Looking forward to tomorrows lunch as I am having this again!

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Shabby Sign Shoppe March 01, 2013

What a great change of pace for a salad! I used gluten-free soy sauce in the dressing, which was delicious. Great variety of flavors and textures. As a previous reviewer mentioned, I think some chopped peanuts on top would make a perfect garnish too. Thanks for sharing! Veggie Swap 38

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Starrynews September 21, 2011

A definite keeper! This was a great salad! Of course I didn't measure my cabbage, but in hindsight, I had way more than four cups and should have doubled the dressing... But nonetheless, the flavor was exellent and I'll be making this again!

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Wish I Could Cook January 18, 2011

Great side! Sweet and tangy all in one bite also liked that it had just the right amount of dressing. The only change I made was to use honey for brown rice syrup. Think slice snow peas would go great in this salad and will add them next time. May also top with a few chopped peanuts next also. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl May 01, 2010

*Reviewed for Aussie Forum- Make My Recipe Tag * Totally Awesome!! Delicious!! My family want to give 10 stars......but zaar only allows for 5. The dressing was very slightly creamy from the peanut butter, but smoothe and tangy....just perfect. A tan to the tastebuds :) For anyone unable to have dairy or eggs, this would be ideal. I used gluten-free light soy sauce . For any Aussies wanting to make this recipe- beel pepper= capsicum, cilantro = coriander, napa cabbage= chinese or wombok cabbage and for anyone who doensn't have rice syrup, I think you could just use a mild honey. Photo to be posted. Thankyou magpie for posting a truely delicious coleslaw recipe

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**Jubes** April 19, 2010
Cabbage Salad With Peanut Dressing (Vegan)