Cabbage is a great green vegetable with lasting power, so if I want to only shop every two weeks, I get lettuce for week 1 salad and cabbage for week 2.
Today we will show you a Saint Patrick’s Day inspired cabbage salad that we make all the time… Leah just asked, “Where is the recipe?” “In my head!” I said. It’s that good.
This recipe is pretty versatile and you can substitute the vinegar or herbs out for a different flavor every time!
Older kids who know how to use a chef’s knife can make this on their own and younger kiddos can help measure ingredients and mix the dressing.
Can’t see the video? Click to watch “Kids Cooking: Cabbage Salad” on YouTube.
Cabbage Salad Recipe Kids Can Make
- 1/4-1/2 Cabbage
- 1 Tbs. Balsamic vinegar (you can substitute apple cider vinegar, wine vinegar or lemon juice)
- 1-2 Tbs. Extra virgin olive oil
- Garlic powder
- Dill (or another herb)
- Cut your cabbage in half and slice out the core. Slice the cabbage into thin shreds.
- Pour dressing ingredients over cabbage in a large mixing bowl and mix well.
- If you watch the video you’ll see some guidelines for the spice amounts. 😉 If you get too much flavor, just add some more cabbage.
- We also like to add other toppings like red onion, feta cheese, or green onions for some variety!
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