Pear and Apple Coleslaw Recipe
Fruits tossed in a mayonnaise dressing
The Pear and Apple Coleslaw Recipe is a wholesome salad that is simple and quick to make and full of flavors. Coleslaw is essentially a salad comprising of vegetables tossed in mayonnaise. This particular recipe, however, uses a healthy alternative. The fruits in the coleslaw gives the salad a sweet after taste that is much loved! Prepping the dressing in advance gives the ingredients a chance to fuse into each other rendering a creamy delicious sauce. The Pear and Apple Coleslaw makes a perfect accompaniment with Beet Quinoa Sliders Recipe; I quite often fill my Pita Bread with the Pear and Apple Coleslaw Recipe and serve it for dinner.
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- 1/2 Cabbage (Patta Gobi/ Muttaikose) , shredded
- 1 Apple , julienned
- 1 Pears , julienned Ingredients for the dressing
- 4 tablespoon Curd (Dahi / Yogurt) , (low fat)
- 3 tablespoon Pineapple juice
- 1 teaspoon Tabasco sauce , (or any hot sauce of choice)
- 1 tablespoon Sugar
- 3 sprig Coriander (Dhania) Leaves , chopped for garnish
How to make Pear and Apple Coleslaw Recipe
To begin making the Pear and Apple Coleslaw Recipe; we will first get the dressing for the salad ready.To make the dressing for the coleslaw, whisk together yogurt, hot sauce, pineapple juice and sugar in a large bowl with a wire whisk until well combined. The dressing can be prepped in advance and refrigerated until required.
To make the dressing for the coleslaw, whisk together yogurt, hot sauce, pineapple juice and sugar in a large bowl with a wire whisk until well combined. The dressing can be prepped in advance and refrigerated until you are ready to use it for a salad.
With the help of a mandoline or a knife, shred half the cabbage, slice and julienne the apple and pear. The use of mandoline ensures uniformity in the size.
Finally, in a salad bowl, toss the cabbage, apple and pear. Drizzle over the chilled dressing and mix well.
Chill the Fruit Coleslaw and garnish with finely chopped coriander just before serving.
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