Recipe by Erik Owens
"My dad always made this for Thanksgiving and Christmas. He called it Waldorf Salad, but it is really a cabbage salad 'Waldorf style'."
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savoy cabbage, thinly sliced
apples, cored and diced with peel
finely chopped walnuts
Very nice! fresh and tasty... didn't care too much for vinegar, so I added a tablespoon of lemon juice for the zing part, it also helped keep the apples crisp white. Might try adding raisins next time.
I added roasted pine nuts instead of the walnuts and a bit more vinegar. Very tasty that way. Thank you.
I enjoyed this recipe and am making it again today. Easy and tasty. Not quite as zingy as I would like, but very good. Thanks for sharing!
Loved this Salad. So much you can do with the basic concept. Made it last night but with ready to use coleslaw from the store. Cut up one apple, one stalk of celery, handful of walnuts added to coleslaw. For the dressing I like to put 1 tablespoon of sugar and 1 tablespoon of vinegar added to the mayonaise and mixed together. The vinegar helps the apples to keep from going brown.
Lemon juice on the apples was someone's good suggestion for this recipe. Fresh apples and the mild crunchy cabbage together were just what my body seemed to need tonight. My 7-year-old even said, "For some reason, I like this salad."
This was pretty good! I added a tablespoon of vinegar after reading the review of wanting 'zingy'.
Delicious! Easy to make and everyone loved it! Thanks!
Very easy salad to make and delicious. Didn't have walnuts so used chopped almonds. My husband is picky on salads and loved this, great summer salad!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Waldorf Cabbage Salad
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 220
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