Fennel, Apple and Red Cabbage Slaw by Lee Holmes
Healthy food chef, Lee Holmes, teaches us how to make a yummy Fennel, Apple and Red Cabbage Slaw! This Slaw is just about as healthy a meal as you will make.
Apples provide antioxidants, fibre, and other health-giving nutrients. They also do something you might not know about and it’s great news for garlic lovers. Garlic is a healthy food itself. It’s antibiotic and balances cholesterol. However, garlic lovers know that it can leave you with garlic breath. The great news is that apples contain an enzyme that breaks down the smelly sulphur containing compounds in garlic, so you get the benefits of garlic without the social consequences!
Fennel, Apple and Red Cabbage Slaw
Serves: 6-8 people
2 Modi apples
¼ red onion
2 small fennel bulbs
¼ red cabbage
½ cup raisins
½ cup toasted almonds
8 tbs mayonnaise
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp sea salt
- Slice all of the vegetables and apples as thinly as possible
- Add all of them to a large bowl along with the raisins, almonds, mayonnaise, turmeric powder and sea salt
- Mix everything together well and store in the fridge until you want to serve it
Handy Tip: For the healthiest options, choose a mayonnaise made with either olive oil, macadamia oil, or avocado oil. Avoid mayonnaise that used refined vegetable oils if you can. Even better, make your own!
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