I can’t stop eating this cabbage, carrot and apple salad. So fresh and crunchy

This vivid cabbage, carrot, and apple salad will clear your tongue. On its alone, it’s a light supper or side dish ideal because of its wonderful balance of flavors and textures. Perfect for those who pay close attention to their health, this salad is not only quick to make but also really wholesome.


Cabbage: 200–400 grams, finely shredded
One big carrot, peeled and grated
One green apple: cored and thinly sliced
The spring onion: cut, to taste
Dill, or parsley,: Chopped (optional) to improve taste
Lemon juice is: To taste, for dressing
Olive oil: For dressings, flavor
Salt: Taste-wise, for seasoning


Get ready with the ingredients: First, give the cabbage, carrot, apple, and spring onions great wash-through. Grate the carrot, carefully shred the cabbage, and cut the green apple into small slices. Give herbs like parsley or dill a rough cut if you’re using them.
In a big mixing basin, toss the shredded cabbage, grated carrot, and thinly sliced apple. Toss the chopped spring onions with your preferred herbs—dill or parsley—if using.

Dress the salad accordingly. Drizzle over the salad mix fresh lemon juice and olive oil. Apart from dressing the salad, the lemon juice keeps the apple slices from browning. Taste-wise, season with salt to suit you.

Stirring Completely: Till well mixed and uniformly covered with the dressing, gently toss all ingredients together. The secret is to make sure every bit has a taste of lemony, olive oil dressing.

Chill and Serve: Let the salad chill in the refrigerator for roughly fifteen minutes before serving to best integrate flavors. This resting time lets the tastes marry, therefore improving the taste overall.

Serving Suggestions:

This salad can be a pleasant complement to a picnic or party or goes quite well with grilled meats. It’s also ideal as a stand-alone lunch quick and nutrient-dense meal.

Nutrient-wise, this salad a powerful. While apples give a pleasant crunch rich of nutritional fiber and vitamin C, cabbage and carrots are bursting with fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants. A good fat, olive oil supports heart health; lemon juice is high in vitamin C, which helps absorb iron.


For added crunch, feel free to toss nuts; for extra benefits, toss some seeds—like pumpkin or sunflower. For those who love some cheese, crumbled feta or goat cheese would be a great addition.