Red cabbage salad with orange, date and goat's cheese
March 13th, 2018 | main dishes
Usually red cabbage goes with roasted duck and goose? Oh no! As a salad, red cabbage is definitely underestimated. In this recipe, red cabbage enters into an exotic liaison with oranges, dates, nuts and goat’s cheese. Red cabbage new style:
Red cabbage salad with orange, date and goat cheese
600 g red cabbage, finely cut
coarse sea salt
knead thoroughly with the salt and leave for at least 10 minutes
2 big oranges
cut out the fillets, save the juice, squeeze out the rest
2 red onions
cut into rings
60 ml fruity vinegar (e.g., blackberry or orange vinegar)
80 g brown sugar
bring orange juice with onions, vinegar and sugar to a boil, allow to cool
80 g of pecan or walnuts
chop very roughly, roast in a frying pan without fat
120 g of dates
cut into rough pieces
mix nuts, red cabbage, dates with orange juice marinade
pepper from the mill
1 ts of sugar
40 ml hazelnut or almond oil
mix with the salad and add half of the orange fillets
150 – 200 g goat's Camembert
cut into slices
1 TS chopped mint
arrange orange slices and mint on the red cabbage salad
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