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Red Cabbage Coleslaw with Amasi Mayonnaise and Marula Nuts

There is so much flavor and nutrition packed into this, it’s worth doing. It has so much more to it than traditional coleslaw, the amasi mayonnaise really works with this and gives you the added benefit of probiotics in your salad. It comes out with the same tanginess of a traditional mayonnaise. If you don’t make the coleslaw, definitely at least try the mayonnaise and keep it in your fridge.

Red Cabbage Coleslaw with Amasi Mayonnaise and Marula Nuts
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Servings Prep Time
4 people 20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 20 minutes
Red Cabbage Coleslaw with Amasi Mayonnaise and Marula Nuts
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
4 people 20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 20 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Throw the cabbage, onions, carrots and superfoods all together in a bowl.
  2. Whisk the amasi, mustard, lemon juice, honey, tahini (if using), baobab and garlic chives (if using) all together. Dip your finger in and see how the taste suits you – if you need more sweet (add more honey), if you need more mustard tone to off-set the sour of the amasi and lemon (add more mustard), if you need more zing, add more lemon juice.
  3. Stir the mayonnaise through the coleslaw – find a gorgeous platter to serve it on – scatter over the marula nuts – leave to stand and for all the flavors to come together before serving. Never refrigerate – nothing retards the flavors of salads like this more than refrigerating for hours.
  4. Just leave it out at room temperature.
Recipe Notes

* lightly toasted on a hot pan – just heat the pan and toss the nuts about until they start changing color and make the kitchen smell gorgeous
** use a clean one from a good grass-fed herd – my go to is the Freedom Farm amasi, it’s well priced and coming off a great farm
*** optional but I find it adds a great nutty tone and extra creaminess, still good without it
**** finely chopped (only if you want an extra garlic flavor, if you prefer a sweeter toned mayo leave these out, they add absurd amounts of phyto-nutrients though)

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