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Easy Keto Russian Slaw

|Easy Keto Russian Slaw

This recipe is inspired by the traditional Coleslaw but I have changed it to fit a healthy low-carb diet. There is no added sugar and I added a small twist by using Russian dressing instead of the regular mustard-based dressing. All this, especially the sriracha, horseradish and pickled cucumber give it a wonderful flavour boost! You can serve it as a side to meat dishes or wait for my next recipe post ;-)

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Nutritional values (per serving):

5.6 grams 2.7 grams 1.7 grams 11.1 grams 1.9 grams 131 calories
Total Carbs8.3grams
Fiber2.7grams
Net Carbs5.6grams
Protein1.7grams
Fat11.1grams
of which Saturated1.9grams
Energy (calories)131kcal
Magnesium17mg (4%)
Potassium293mg (15%)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (17%), protein (5%), fat (78%)

Ingredients (makes 6 servings):

  • ¼ medium head green or white cabbage (250 g / 8.8 oz)
  • ¼ small head red cabbage (150 g / 5.3 oz)
  • ½ celeriac (80 g / 2.8 oz)
  • ½ fennel bulb (120 g / 4.1 oz)
Russian dressing:

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Instructions:

  1. Wash, halve and thinly slice the cabbage and fennel or use a food processor with a grating blade. I recently bought this food processor from Kenwood and love it! |Easy Keto Russian Slaw
  2. Peel and grate the celeriac and place in a mixing bowl together with the shredded cabbage and fennel. |Easy Keto Russian Slaw
  3. Make the Russian dressing. Finely grate the pickled cucumber and horseradish. Place the mayo, soured cream (or coconut milk), Sriracha sauce, lemon juice, finely chopped chives and parsley. Season with salt and pepper to taste. |Easy Keto Russian Slaw
  4. Add to the bowl with the shredded cabbage and combine well.
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  5. Enjoy! |Easy Keto Russian Slaw

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Hi Martina, Thanks for the recipe. I'm a big fan of cabbage and wanted to make something with it for a long time. So I'm more than happy that I found your recipe Smile
The dressing sounds delicious as well and it's a good opportunity to give the homemade mayonnaise another try (the first time it didn't really work out Wink )

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Thank you Susanne! Hope that this time the mayo goes well. In case it helps, I always use an electric mixer and drizzle the oil in very slowly until thick.  I also add the lemon juice or vinegar after the mayo is done so that it doesn't affect the thickening.

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That is one delicious slaw Martina! We never tried combining horseradish and sriracha before, sounds super spicy and super yummySmile Thank you very much for the wonderful post, excellent work! Panos and Mirella

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Thank you! Hope you like it Smile

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I liked the balance and spiciness of this dressing. Only thing is, it seemed a bit runny to me.
I used coconut milk (not cream) and only 1 TBSP of lemon juice, but still too much liquid. Will try sour or coconut cream next time.

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Hi Bill, which mayo did you use? I make my own quite thick so the dressing was fine. Hope it's better with soured cream Smile

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My own homemade- very thick as well. Oil totals about 1 Cup and I use 1 egg yolk and 1 whole egg. If I do use coconut milk in the future, I'll just use the cream portion instead. Sour cream is definitely next. My daughter really enjoyed it as well! Didn't last for more than 3 days- dipped it in veggies and used it as salad dressing. Reubens are next!

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That's great, I'm glad it was a success Smile Yes, try just the creamed part of coconut milk and it should be fine.

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Oh I loooovee russian dressing! Will have to give it a try Smile

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Hope you like it! Smile

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