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Prep 15 mins
Cook 30 mins
Served any time of the year with fish, chicken or with hamburgers.
Make and share this Oriental Almond Ponzu Slaw recipe from Food.com.
- 1⁄2 head green cabbage, shredded
- 10 red radishes, ends cut, diced
- 4 green onions, thin sliced including tops
- 1 cup cold water
- 2 tablespoons white vinegar
- 1⁄2 cup almonds (sliced or slivered)
- 1⁄2 teaspoon celery seed
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- 2 tablespoons tomato ketchup
- 1 tablespoon brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon lime zest
- 1⁄2 cup ponzu sauce
- Add shredded cabbage, diced radishes and sliced green onions in a serving bowl.
- Add water and vinegar. Stir to mix. Set Aside.
- Mix Dressing in a small bowl.
- Drain vegetables in a colander and return to serving bowl.
- Sprinkle celery seed and lime juice over the vegetables.
- Add the dressing and gently toss to mix.
- Cover and refrigerate 30 minutes before serving.
- Note: Cold Water and White Vinegar will crisp the cabbage and radishes.
- The slaw does not get soggy.
A nice take on slaw. I will definitely be making this again. I made the slaw early in the day and kept the dressing to add 30 minutes prior to serving. At first bite one diner thought the slaw needed sweetness. I actually liked the dressing better the next day. The tart dressing had mellowed & the salad was still fairly crisp. I appreciated learning the vinegar/ water bath method. The recipe does make an excess of dressing and omitted adding the almonds in the directions. Good luck in the contest!
A refreshing take on slaw! The lime juice and zest added a bright flavor. The almonds aren%u2019t included in the directions, so I accidentally left them out since I was prepping the rest of the meal during the 30 minute rest time for the slaw and got distracted. Fortunately, I had some leftover slaw so I tried it out with sliced almonds the next day. We really liked the addition a lot. And yes, the slaw stayed pretty crispy the next day too, so that was great. Thank you, and good luck!
I really enjoyed the crispy greens, the vinegar/water soak is a great idea! I did find the dressing a little bland so I added some grated ginger, garlic and a drop of sesame oil, it was delicious and easly adaptable to personal preferences. Made and reviewed for for "Dining on a Dollar", March 2013.