Heart-shaped Purple Cabbage Salad with Chickpea Tofu

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Add a burst of colour to your plate with this crunchy, healthful, and delicious Heart-shaped Purple Cabbage Salad with Chickpea Tofu.
Heart-shaped cabbage, also called conehead cabbage, or Filderkraut, is an ancient cabbage variety native to Filder, Germany. It offers a mild, sweet flavour and tender texture. It can be used to make coleslaw, added to fish tacos and lend texture to mixed green salads.

Balsamic DressingSalad
  • 100 ml Olive oil
  • 3 tbsp Balsamic vinegar
  • 1 clove Garlic, minced
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/2 head Heart-shaped purple cabbage, thinly sliced
  • 1 Red onion, peeled and sliced
  • 3 Scallions, chopped
  • 2 Pickled chilli peppers, thinly sliced
  • A handful of salad greens
  • Turmeric chickpea tofu, diced
  • 50 g Honey roasted almonds, chopped
  1. Combine together olive oil, balsamic vinegar and minced garlic. Taste and season with salt and pepper.
  2. Place thinly sliced heart-shaped cabbage, red onion, scallions and sliced pickled chilli peppers in a salad bowl. Add in balsamic dressing and toss.
  3. Arrange some salad greens on a serving platter and top with cabbage well tossed cabbage salad. Garnish with the turmeric chickpea tofu and honey roasted almonds.

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49 comments:

Chitz 3/5/18 08:25

Yummy and healthy.. Have seen purple cabbage but that chickpea tofu is something new to me :)

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Rafeeda AR 3/5/18 10:43

That salad looks so lipsmacking... especially when topped with your innovative tofu...

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Shashi 3/5/18 11:33

I love a colorful salad and this is foodporn for my eyes as well as my stomach! :) Now I need to find me some of that turmeric chickpea tofu!

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Tricia Buice 3/5/18 13:51

What a beautiful colorful salad. At first glance I thought that was pineapple, which would also be good in a salad - another gorgeous recipe Angie! Have a great weekend.

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Pola & Cleme 3/5/18 15:01

Hi Angie! Now that I have some time, I'll stop by your blog. That's a nice, colorful salad. I love it. I love it. XOXO

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Nancy Chan 3/5/18 17:11

I love purple cabbage but hubby doesn't eat it.

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Pam 3/5/18 17:29

Great flavors, textures, and colors! Yum.

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Evelyne CulturEatz 3/5/18 17:38

A gorgeous and colorful salad Angie, I so want to try making that tofu. Just learned about it recently!

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 3/5/18 19:26

At first glance, I thought it was diced pineapple pieces in the red cabbage salad...pleasantly surprised that it was Turmeric Chickpea Tofu, which I also did check out the recipe. My kind of yummy, and healthy salad, I love red cabbage, raw or cooked and this salad is so colorful and very creative, as all of your specials salads, Angie!

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Chris Scheuer 3/5/18 20:49

This looks so fresh and light and BEAUTIFUL

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Alida 3/5/18 23:22

Purple cabbage! Delicious and so colourful. I am always amazed by your beautiful salads Angie. So fresh and so healthy, perfect for summer.

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kankana 4/5/18 06:20

I make a stir fry dish with chickpea tofu! This salad sounds so interesting.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 4/5/18 06:25

Yum, another perfect salad Angie :D

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Liz Berg 4/5/18 11:38

So beautiful and vibrant, Angie! I love a cabbage salad and yours looks simple and delicious!!!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 4/5/18 14:48

Angie, I've not yet tried chickpea tofu, but I know I'm going to like it. We love red cabbage, but I've never heard of this heart-shaped variety. Will look into it.

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Neha 4/5/18 16:49

What a vibrant and healthy salad this is. I also loved your turmeric chickpea tofu recipe!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 5/5/18 00:36

I also love salads made with cabbage. Slaws are favorite of mine. I've never seen that variety of red cabbage here but love when the Farmers' Markets are filled with local cabbage and produce. Your recipe sounds delicious with the chili peppers and almonds!

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Mohit Kapoor 5/5/18 10:50

Thanks for sharing such a yum yum recipe, it makes my mouth watery. Basmati rice exporter.

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Helene Dsouza 5/5/18 15:03

That's such an inviting salad Angie! You know I am a cabbage lover :)

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Pam 5/5/18 18:41

Looks delicious and colorful too! You must be a professional photographer, Angie, as your photos are always gorgeous!

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Dangira V. 6/5/18 04:57

Yummy! And the colors look amazing!

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Nava K 6/5/18 09:19

If I can find heart shaped cabbage, still, this is the another of Angie's tempting salad.

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Alida 6/5/18 09:44

Red cabbage is really nice. I often buy the green one but I want to try making a salad with the red one too now. Lovely recipe Angie.

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Jeff 6/5/18 16:54

I love the colors. And it sounds delicious.

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grace 6/5/18 17:08

what a bright and delicious salad! i've never come across heart-shaped cabbage but i'm sure i'd be delighted by it!

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Królowa Karo 6/5/18 19:34

So delicious! And so colorful!

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fimère .b 6/5/18 21:24

une délicieuse salade et bien colorée
bonne soirée

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mjskit 7/5/18 03:47

This is the type of meal that I love making in warmer weather which we are finally starting to get. Cabbage, pickled chiles and tofu sounds like a great meal!

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All That I'm Eating 7/5/18 14:32

That chickpea tofu is such a fantastic colour from the turmeric! Love it with the purple cabbage, this salad sounds great.

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claudia lamascolo 7/5/18 15:04

this is just bursting with colors and the healthy foods I love!

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Monica 7/5/18 21:48

Loving that turmeric tofu! And I enjoy crunchy cabbage in all forms, including beautiful colored ones like this purple. It's a great time to wake up from winter and enjoy all the colorful produce again. Yay!

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Catherine 7/5/18 22:18

Dear Angie, What a beautiful salad. Looks wonderful, healthy and colorful!! Take care my dear friend. xoxo Catherine

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Gloria Baker 8/5/18 01:09

what beautiful are always all yours recipes Angie ! xoxox

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Judee Algazi 8/5/18 05:44

Angie,
Your salad looks wonderful! Is the chickpea tofu made from soy? It sounds interesting!!

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Angie Schneider 8/5/18 06:49

@Judee Algazi It's made with chickpea flour, Judee.

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Evi 8/5/18 06:51

This salad looks so vibrant and delicious! Love it! :)

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Kitchen Riffs 9/5/18 03:07

This looks like such a fun dish! I keep meaning to make chickpea tofu, but still haven't. Need to, though, so I can make this!

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Dawn Yucuis 9/5/18 03:24

I love the colors in this salad. Sounds heavenly.

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Eva Taylor 9/5/18 10:28

What a gorgeous, fresh salad! The tofu sounds intriguing. I will lookout for this type of cabbage.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 9/5/18 12:43

I love cabbage salads, especially during the warmer weather. This salad looks delicious and so colorful!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 9/5/18 23:31

I've never seen this kind of tofu but I guess that will have to change. So many beautiful colors Angie!

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tigerfish 10/5/18 05:14

I love purple cabbage but never heard/seen heart-shaped purple cabbage. This makes a perfect entree salad.

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noobcook 11/5/18 04:12

I heart the beautiful colours and wonderful flavours in your bowl.

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Katerina Delidimou 15/5/18 14:18

Salads during summer are perfect!

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Sophie's foodie files 22/5/18 12:27

MMMM8 What a lovely special salad, my friend! I need to make it today!

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Pankti Cake n Curry 22/5/18 19:14

I love this balance of healthy and indulgence on your blog! this looks so vibrant.

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