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  • Preparation time : 20 min
  • Ready in : 20 min
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Redefine your seafood salad with fruit and crunchy green cabbage – there is no need the eat the same old coleslaw to benefit from the goodness of these powerful antioxidants. Furthermore cabbage is known to reduce ‘bad’ cholesterol and reduce the risk of cancers. Carrots and cashew nuts add to the crunchiness of this dish – whilst nectarine and seafood (in lime sauce) make this a piquant sweet and highly satisfying meal everyone will love. A true ‘rainbow’ salad with a lot of goodness – kids can pick & choose what they like.

If you’d like your child to help with the cooking and learn more about food,
scroll down for our child friendly tips.

Recipe

Ingredients

  • 300 g of cooked octopus or prawns
  • 250g of nectarine, mango or honey melon
  • 200g green veggies such as steamed broccoli, beans or peas
  • 1/2 small white green or white cabbage, thinly sliced
  •  1-2 carrots, cut into thin stripes or spiralised
  • 1 red capsicum
  • 100g cashew nuts
  • basil, mint or coriander

Dressing

  • juice of 2 large limes or 1 lemon
  • 2 tbsp  trunning honey
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. cook the seafood (in case not pre-boiled)
  2. steam the broccoli
  3. mix the lime juice with honey, add salt and pepper to taste
  4. cut nectarines  and capsicum into bite size pieces
  5. slice cabbage
  6. Mix all the ingredients together and serve – with boiled potatoes if you wish an even more filling meal

Get the children to help

Easy tasks for younger children

  • choose your favourite veggie and help you mummy/daddy to cut them
  • mix the lime juice with honey
  • season with salt and pepper
  • Mix all the ingredients together and help mummy/daddy to serve

Moderate tasks for older children

  • cut nectarines  and capsicum into bite size pieces
  • slice cabbage

Brain Teaser

  • How many different colour vegetables can you count in this dish?

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