Amazing Low-Carb Cabbage Salads You’ll Make Over and Over
I’m sharing Amazing Low-Carb Cabbage Salads You’ll Make Over and Over for this week’s low-carb round-up, and I hope one of them might catch your eye to make over the weekend. Use Recipe Round-Ups to find more low-carb round-ups like this one.
Some of my favorite summer salads are made with cabbage, even though some people think of it as a winter vegetable and this collection of Amazing Low-Carb Cabbage Salads You’ll Make Over and Over features my favorite cabbage salads. And when it’s hot outside and I don’t really want to cook, I wouldn’t mind a bit having a big bowl of cabbage salad and calling it dinner!
Of course I realize not everyone loves cabbage salad the way I do. If cabbage salad for dinner wouldn’t be a go at your house, think of these tasty cabbage salad ideas as a summer side dish for something cooked on the grill. And cabbage stays good in the fridge for more than a week, so some of my favorite cabbage salads are great ideas for Weekend Food Prep as well, if you’d like to make the salad on the weekend and eat it for a few days. (Check individual recipes to see whether it will store well or tips for prepping ahead.)
Just click the recipe title under any photo to see the complete recipe for that cabbage salad. And for all the fellow cabbage fans, enjoy!
I love every ingredient in this Low-Carb Spicy Cilantro Peanut Slaw! (If you’re a cilantro avoider, make this with more thinly sliced green onion to replace the cilantro.)
It was so hard to get a good photo of this Warm Red Cabbage Salad with Bacon and Goat Cheese, but don’t let that stop you from making it!
Coleslaw is a classic cabbage salad that’s pretty easy to make low-carb, and Kalyn’s Low-Carb Coleslaw is a big hit with my whole family, even the ones who never think about carbs.
This Vietnamese Cabbage Salad with Chicken and Cilantro has an amazingly flavorful dressing, and if you like Vietnamese food you’re going to love this salad!
I love this Moroccan Cabbage Slaw with Carrots, Cumin, Lemon, and Mint. The carrots make this a bit higher in carbs, but you can certainly use less carrots or leave them out entirely if you prefer.
I love the dressing on this Red Cabbage and Chicken Asian Salad with Tangy Cilantro Dressing! And again, use thinly sliced green onion instead of cilantro if you prefer.
There’s a double dose of blue cheese flavor in this Ridiculously Easy Blue Cheese Coleslaw.
This Crunchy Napa Cabbage Asian Slaw has sugar snap peas, radishes, almonds, and cilantro (or thinly sliced green onions if you wish!) I’ve made this over and over for parties.
If I had to pick the favorite cabbage salad I’ve made the most, hands down it would be this Spicy Mexican Slaw with Lime and Cilantro. (Remember the substitute of thinly-sliced green onion if you’re not a cilantro fan.)
There’s not a huge amount of cabbage in this Chopped Salad with Shrimp, Cabbage, Jicama, and Cilantro-Lime Dressing, but if I was making it you can be sure I’d add more cabbage!
Spicy Cabbage Slaw with Chicken and Cilantro is a riff on my favorite Spicy Mexican Slaw, again substitute thinly sliced green onions for cilantro if you prefer!