Sometimes the simplest dish can leave the biggest impression. This extremely easy to make cabbage salad was served at an izakaya (Japanese tavern) back when I lived in Japan, and I fell in love with it. So I just had to recreate it!
It only has 5 ingredients, and the best part of it is that it literally takes two minutes to make. Seriously, you don’t even need to cut it if you don’t want to.
So next time you’re in need of a quick side dish, give this recipe a try. Enjoy!
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02:22 Making Cabbage Salad
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Raised in a restaurant household, Jun’s love for food began at a very early age. His parents have owned and operated a Japanese restaurant for over 30 years where he practiced and honed his culinary skills.
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