VEGAN COLE SLAW with Maple-Lime Dressing


Category: Vegan, Vegetarian Recipe

This is one of the recipes I made when I was a guest on the Food Network’s “ROKER ON THE ROAD” TV show starring weather man Al Roker.



I developed this recipe to not only give you the health benefits of turmeric (to learn more about turmeric click here), but the added benefits of another “warming” spice, cayenne pepper.

This recipe packs even more of a punch with the vitamins and antioxidants found in red cabbage and carrots and the minerals found in seeds.

It’s also low-cal and it tastes so refreshing!

VEGAN COLE SLAW with Maple-Lime Dressing (and turmeric)

Serves 4, Time: 15 minutes


Dressing Ingredients:
1/2 cup soy milk
3 tablespoons lime juice
1 tablespoon maple syrup
1 teaspoon turmeric
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/8 teaspoon salt

Slaw Ingredients:
2 carrots, grated
1/4 head red cabbage, grated
4 teaspoons sunflower seeds

Directions, Easy as 1-2-3:
1.) Mix up dressing (use a container with a lid and
shake it up baby)
2.) Pour dressing over grated carrots and red
3.) Top with sunflower seeds right before serving

2 Responses to “VEGAN COLE SLAW with Maple-Lime Dressing. Recipe by Elizabeth Fiend”

  1. dowcipy Says:

    Hello,very good blog post. Infos are pretty interesting and saved me a lot time which I have spend on something else instead of googling 🙂 Im waiting for more, bye 🙂

  2. Rob - @formerfatguy Says:

    I’m curious where the “honey” part of the Honey Lime dressing is? was it swapped out for maple syrup?

    EDITOR: Ha, ha Rob wins the prize of paying attention. Yes I did swap out the honey for maple syrup to make this vegan. Then I forgot to change the name (which was Honey-Lime). Thanx Rob!! Love, Elizabeth Fiend

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