Yields1 Serving
 1/2 head of red cabbage sliced thin
 1/3 cup of roasted pine nuts
 1/4 cup of oil
 1/2 teaspoon of salt
 2 slices of ginger minced
 1 scallion, diced
 1/2 bag of frozen peas, defrosted
 1 carrot shredded
 handful of mung beans sprouts
 1 lemon, juiced
 2 teaspoons of honey
 1/4 teaspoon of mustard
 pepper to taste
1

Finely slice the cabbage and set aside in a bowl.

2

Toast pine nuts in a heated wok. No need to add oil. The nuts will turn slightly brown. When done, add the nuts to the bowl of cabbage.

3

Heat your wok and add the oil.
Add the minced ginger and scallions and immediately add the peas and carrots.
Toss for 30 seconds to remove the cold essence.

4

Add the cabbage and pine nuts to the wok. Toss quickly then move mixture back into the bowl.

5

Add mung bean sprouts.

6

In a small jar, add the lemon juice, salt, mustard, pepper and honey. Shake well then pour over the cabbage. Toss the salad and enjoy.

7

Option: Add diced avocado in the last step if desired.

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Ingredients

 1/2 head of red cabbage sliced thin
 1/3 cup of roasted pine nuts
 1/4 cup of oil
 1/2 teaspoon of salt
 2 slices of ginger minced
 1 scallion, diced
 1/2 bag of frozen peas, defrosted
 1 carrot shredded
 handful of mung beans sprouts
 1 lemon, juiced
 2 teaspoons of honey
 1/4 teaspoon of mustard
 pepper to taste

Directions

1

Finely slice the cabbage and set aside in a bowl.

2

Toast pine nuts in a heated wok. No need to add oil. The nuts will turn slightly brown. When done, add the nuts to the bowl of cabbage.

3

Heat your wok and add the oil.
Add the minced ginger and scallions and immediately add the peas and carrots.
Toss for 30 seconds to remove the cold essence.

4

Add the cabbage and pine nuts to the wok. Toss quickly then move mixture back into the bowl.

5

Add mung bean sprouts.

6

In a small jar, add the lemon juice, salt, mustard, pepper and honey. Shake well then pour over the cabbage. Toss the salad and enjoy.

7

Option: Add diced avocado in the last step if desired.

RED CABBAGE SALAD

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