Full disclosure, I do not like beetroot – somehow all my kids eat it though so I do buy it from time to time. Despite my feelings about beetroot this is a salad that David would really enjoy and it is super easy to make, making it perfect for a braai or even a mid-week dinner meal.

It also has to be said that feta is really one of the most underrated cheeses. On it’s own it is pretty boring but add it to a salad and it really comes into it’s own.

Beetroot & Red Cabbage Salad with Feta | Recipes with HarassedMom
Beetroot & Red Cabbage Salad with Feta | Recipes with HarassedMom

Beetroot & Red Cabbage Salad with Feta

Ingredients
  

  • Rhodes Quality Sliced Beetroot
  • 30 ml lemon juice
  • 5 ml Dijon Mustard
  • 90 ml olive oil
  • Cabbage
  • Apple sliced
  • Feta cheese
  • 1 clove garlic finely crushed
  • 5 ml sugar
  • salt and freshly ground pepper

Instructions
 

  • Whisk all the dressing ingredients together until well blended.
  • Season the dressing with the salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste and set aside.
  • In a large bowl toss the cabbage and the apple slices together.
  • Pour enough of the dressing over the salad to lightly coat the cabbage and apple.
  • Add the Rhodes Quality Sliced Beetroot and toss gently to mix.
  • Crumble the feta cheese over the top of the salad.
  • Serving suggestion: Sprinkle over some fresh parsley and nuts over the salad and serve.

Do you eat beetroot?

Beetroot and red cabbage salad with feta | Recipes with HarassedMom

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9 Responses

  1. I’m intrigued! Beetroot has so many health benefits and we love cabbage. This looks delicious so I’m anxious to try this dish and see what my hubby thinks.

  2. We are the same at my house, I wouldn’t eat that (for the beetroot and the feta cheese) but my husband would devour something like this! We often make different salads since we have such different tastes. I’ll have to make this one for him soon.

  3. Feta makes a salad for me. It has just the right amount of bite to it to make it interesting. Love the idea of using it in a red cabbage salad.

  4. The combination of flavors sounds fantastic, need to make this salad soon, although my family might not enjoy it as much as me, but more for me, right?

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