Remoulade is a delicious cool and crisp side dish—perfect for everyday or special occasions. To the French it’s an elegant coleslaw made with a homemade mayonnaise. We’ve lightened it up without sacrificing flavour.
Serving with curry? Add some Indian spices such as garam masala, a little curry, and turmeric to the remoulade mixture. The flavours and colours are outstanding.
In bowl, combine yogurt, Dijon, lemon juice, horseradish, garlic, capers, salt, and pepper. Whisk to blend. Set aside.
Coarsely peel kohlrabi and cut bulb into matchstick pieces. Core unpeeled apple and cut into matchstick pieces. Fold kohlrabi and apple into yogurt mixture along with walnuts and cilantro.
Cover and refrigerate. It can be made up to 3 hours ahead.
To serve, pack a single serving scoop into a ring and invert onto serving dish. Garnish with pea shoots. Drizzle with a little olive oil. Repeat with remaining slaw.
This recipe is part of the Sensational Superfood collection.
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