Healthy Winter Mediterranean Salad

Healthy Winter Mediterranean Salad

Editor’s note: Eating a seasonal salad in the winter isn’t always dull, as this Greek-inspired number from Elena proves. Grated carrots and cabbage are tossed with a simple balsamic vinaigrette. Don’t forget to scatter the pomegranate seeds on top. -- Jane

When you go to a traditional tavern in Greece you often see on the menu salata epohis,meaning seasonal salad. In the winter, that salad is cabbage and carrot.

winter cabbage salad

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