6 - 8 servings, as a side dish
Saladmaster Food Processor
3.5 Qt. Double Walled Bowl
small mixing bowl
Certified Health Coach & Natural Foods Chef
Arame, a mild and sweet tasting sea vegetable, is a nutritious addition to vegetable slaws. Arame is a significant source of protein, vitamins A, B complex, iron and calcium.
head red cabbage, sliced, use Cone #4 (approximately 2 pounds/907 g)
red onions, strung, use Cone #2
carrots, trimmed, scrubbed and julienned, use Cone #2
apples, scrubbed and processed, use Cone #3
fresh lime juice
fresh lemon juice
extra virgin olive oil
- Place arame in a small bowl and cover with water. Let sit for 10 - 15 minutes then drain water. Rinse arame well.
- Process red cabbage, red onion, carrots and apples directly into a mixing bowl.
- Add drained arame to red cabbage mixture.
- In a small bowl, thoroughly mix together all dressing ingredients.
- Pour dressing over cabbage mixture and stir to combine dressing with cabbage.
- Taste and add any extra seasonings as necessary.
- Substitute red onion for minced scallions.
- Add in additional fresh minced herbs, such as cilantro or parsley.
- Serve cabbage slaw as an accompaniment to your favorite grilled sandwich, veggie burger or turkey/beef burger.
- Add toasted pumpkin seeds to cabbage slaw for an additional crunchy texture.
- Substitute coconut aminos for tamari or liquid aminos.