Servings: 4 to 6
Cabbage and carrots may be typical slaw ingredients, yet this slaw is anything but. Taking a cue from Moroccan cuisine, it has sweetness and heat balanced by a sprinkling of fresh mint. Try it alongside tender braised lamb or beef.
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To get the rippled effect on the cabbage, core and quarter the head, and then slice the quarters lengthwise, rather than crosswise.
This slaw is great and so different in a good way. My red cabbage was ready for composting so I switched to green cabbage and I had dried cherries which were plump and perfect and didn't need soaking. The fresh mint makes this so unique and gives it an exotic twist with the cumin so that it works with a variety of cuisines. Will make this again and again.
I made this as per instructions. I used my mandolin to slice the cabbage and carrots . It was very good., and even better the next day. The mint was a really nice flavour to this slaw.
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