Servings: 4 to 6
Middle Eastern ingredients like lemon, yogurt, cumin, and coriander flavor a creamy dressing that crinkly Savoy cabbage soaks right up. It’s a lovely accompaniment to grilled lamb. Use regular yogurt for the dressing; Greek yogurt is too thick. If you have extra dressing, use it as a dip for vegetables or to dress another small salad.
Make Ahead Tips
The salad can be made up to 1 day ahead and refrigerated, covered.
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Wow! I loved this salad. Yes, it stayed fairly (but not overly) crispy, but cabbage salads are crispy. The flavors were absolutely delicious, and it is a great use of winter produce. I'll make this again and again.
This sounded promising however it wasn't worth the effort. The Savoy did not soften up sufficiently even after sitting overnight. Perhaps it would work better with regular green cabbage.
I made this with standard green cabbage, and it was great. One family member would have preferred it without the onion.
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