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Milk Street Recipe

Cabbage and Roasted Pepper Slaw with Pickled Raisins

30 minutes

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Cabbage and Roasted Pepper Slaw with Pickled Raisins

Crisp, mild cabbage pairs well with bolder, more attention-grabbing ingredients. Here, thinly sliced cabbage is tossed with sweet, silky roasted red peppers, toasted nuts and raisins quick-pickled in vinegar that dot the slaw with sweet-sour flavor. This is a great accompaniment to roasted or grilled lamb or pork, or meaty fish such as salmon and swordfish; it’s also great in sandwiches. Stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator, the slaw keeps well for up to three days.

4 to 6



Don’t skip the step of salting the cabbage and letting it stand for about 15 minutes. Salting helps draw out excess moisture from the vegetable while also seasoning it throughout.

30 minutes


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