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Easy Coleslaw Vegan Recipe

Vegan Coleslaw Recipe | danceofstoves.com #vegan
Before, I always used to prepare the same salad: tomato (which was often not ripe), Iceberg lettuce, onion and little else. 

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It is expected that I wouldn't say I liked salads and that it seemed a monotonous and bland dish. 

With all the fruits and vegetables out there, why do we always use the same ones? 

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It is essential to vary the ingredients of our salads to take advantage of seasonal products, get a greater variety of nutrients and not get bored.

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I love trying new dishes and getting out of my comfort zone, which is why I have encouraged myself to prepare this vegan coleslaw or coleslaw

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It is an exceptional and different salad that consists of chopping the cabbage very finely and adding other ingredients such as carrot, red cabbage, apple or pineapple.

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Although it is straightforward to prepare, I was lazy to chop all the vegetables, so I decided to use the Spiralizer to save time, and it has been a discovery. 

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If you don't have it, don't worry, you can make the recipe without problems using a knife.

Vegan Coleslaw with Dressing | danceofstoves.com #vegan
In the photos below, you can see how we arrange the vegetables to make it easier for you to "spiralize" them.

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How to make coleslaw with spiralizer | danceofstoves.com #vegan
Advice:

  • You can use other dressings like vegan mayonnaise, our tahini dressing or a classic vinaigrette.
  • In addition to the photos, I am going to give you some tips to make it easier for you to spiralised the vegetables:
    • Ideally, one should use red cabbage and cabbage that is not too big.
    • The larger and more uniform carrots are, the better (if possible, they are the same or similar thickness, instead of thicker at the top and more acceptable at the bottom).
    • It is not necessary to core the apples, although you do have to remove the tails.
    • Apples oxidise quickly, so I recommend that you prepare the dressing and spiralised the rest of the vegetables first and leave them for last. If not, you can add lemon juice as soon as you spiral or chop them.
    • We use the blade to make spirals (the one that does not have triangles on edge).
    • For carrots and apples, you can use either of the other two blades, the ones with triangles on the blades. I used the one with the smallest triangles.

Vegan Coleslaw | danceofstoves.com #vegan
TOOL I HAVE USED TO MAKE THIS RECIPE (AFFILIATE LINK):

Spiralizer 7-Blade Vegetable Slicer

Vegan coleslaw salad | danceofstoves.com #vegan
Coleslaw Vegan

Vegan Coleslaw Recipe | danceofstoves.com #vegan
To make this vegan coleslaw, we have used our Spiralizer to "spiralize" the veggies in no time, so we don't have to chop them up by hand. It's delicious!

  • Author: Dance of Stoves
  • Preparation: 20 mins
  • Total: 20 minutes
  • Servings: 4 (1x), 8 (2x), 12 (3x)
  • Category: Salad
  • Cuisine: Vegan, Gluten-Free

Ingredients SCALE (1x)

  • 1/4 of white cabbage
  • 1/4 of red cabbage
  • Two large carrots
  • Two apples

For the dressing (1x):

  • Eight tablespoons raw tahini
  • Four tablespoons lemon juice
  • Two tablespoons maple syrup
  • Two tablespoons soy sauce or tamari
  • Two tablespoons of water

Ingredients SCALE (2x)

  • 1/2 white cabbage
  • 1/2 of red cabbage
  • Four large carrots
  • Four apples

For the dressing (2x):

  • 16 tablespoons raw tahini
  • Eight tablespoons lemon juice
  • Four tablespoons maple syrup
  • Four tablespoons soy sauce or tamari
  • Four tablespoons of water

Ingredients SCALE (3x)

  • 3/4 of white cabbage
  • 3/4 of red cabbage
  • Six large carrots
  • Six apples

For the dressing (3x):

  • 24 tablespoons raw tahini
  • 12 tablespoons lemon juice
  • Six tablespoons maple syrup
  • Six tablespoons soy sauce or tamari
  • Six tablespoons of water

Instructions

  1. Spiralize the veggies (see photos and tips above to make it easier for you to do so). If you don't have a spiraliser, you can use a knife and chop the vegetables very finely.
  2. Mix all the ingredients for the dressing in a bowl or glass.
  3. Place the vegetables in a large bowl, add the dressing and stir.

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