Sunday, February 07, 2010

Broccoli Slaw

broccolislaw

This is one of my favorite foods from last year. I've made it over and over again, and I can't stop eating it. It'll keep in the fridge for a few days if you make a really big batch. I haven't included measurements because.. well, it's really all up to you. You can also substitute - pine nuts rather than almonds, or maybe walnuts? Cranberries or even cherries instead of yellow raisins? Feel free. You can't go wrong!

Broccoli Slaw
(printable recipe)

broccoli
toasted almonds
yellow raisins
red onions, thinly sliced
sugar
apple cider vinegar
mayonnaise
salt, pepper

Cut the broccoli in small pieces - small florets, but you can also use the stems. Peel off the outer layer, and slice thinly. Coarsely chop some toasted almonds, and mix with the broccoli and a handful of yellow raisins. Add some finely chopped or sliced red onions.

Mix some sugar in apple cider vinegar, and stir until it's dissolved. Add a few spoonfuls of mayo and stir until combined. Season with salt and pepper, and toss with the sallad.

Recept på engelska:
Broccolisallad

6 comments:

Gabriela said...

Yu know - I was unfamiliar with broccoli slaw until last year when I tried it a friend's house and fell in LOVE with it! Thank you SO much for the recipe. I am ecstatic over your recipe.

Maria said...

This is a favorite at many American potlucks and picnics. Our recipe includes some cooked, crumbled bacon. YUM! Here in wet, warm, rainy Seattle we are craving summer sun and summer food. This dish always reminds of of both!

pityenlacocina said...

so simple and yet delicious, cheers from london

solid wood kitchen tables said...

This is one healthy dish! I like it so much and I can't wait to try this one. Thanks.

FoodTherapy4Me said...

Looks great Anne and I bet the crunch is awesome! Maria, I absolutely know the version you are talking about...LOVE it too!!

patrice said...

Anne this is even BETTER if you add bacon :)