Foodie Friday

Healthy Recipe of the Week

Sweet and Sour Winter Salad

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
  • 2 tablespoons White Balsamic Vinegar (*may be substituted for regular vinegar)
  • 2 tablespoons Whole-Grain Mustard
  • 1 teaspoon Maple Syrup (*may be substituted for honey or brown sugar)
  • 1/2 teaspoon Reduced-Sodium Soy Sauce
  • 1 teaspoon Worcester-shire Sauce
  • 1/4 teaspoon Kosher Salt
  • 2 cups Shredded Cabbage (purple and/or green)
  • 4 cups Torn Kale Leaves (*may be substituted for baby kale)
  • 1 Apple (cored and thinly sliced) (*Pink Lady or Honey Crisp recommended for a sweet-tart taste)
  • 1/4 cup Sunflower Seeds (roasted and salted)

*For a dazzling mix, use a sweet apple (eg. Fuji or Gala) for half and a tart apple (eg. Granny Smith) for the other half!

Directions

To make the salad dressing: In a large bowl, whisk together the olive oil, vinegar, mustard, maple syrup, soy sauce, and Worcester-shire sauce, and salt.

Toss the cabbage and kale with the dressing. Add half of the apples and sunflower seeds an toss again. Transfer to a serving bowl. 

Scatter the remaining apples and sunflower seeds on top.

Yields: 4 servings

Nutritional Information

Per Serving (1 1/2 cups): 160 Calories. 11g Total Fat. 1.5g Saturated Fat. 15g Carbohydrates. 3g Fiber. 9g Total Sugar. 1g Added Sugar. 3g Protein. 280mg Sodium.

Do you want some cooking advice?

Email Chef Kate at healthycook@cspinet.org

Do you crave ideas of more healthy winter salads?

Go to nutrition action.com/salads. Search Crunchy Brussels Salad and Broccoli & Lentil Salad.

 

 

 

Reference

Chef Kate. (2021 December). The healthy cook: How sweet (and sour) it is. Nutrition Action Health Letter.

About rrluthi

Certified fitness expert with a passion for educating and empowering people of all ages (young "kiddos" to the active aging "baby boomers") about the benefits of adopting and maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle, preventing injury, and feeling good. Proven strengths applying cutting-edge fitness/wellness concepts and research through roles as a health coach, fitness trainer, group exercise instructor, and rehabilitation aide—in addition to promoting these concepts in a more systematic way through blogging and social media, community outreach, and corporate wellness program facilitation.
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