Winter Chopped Salad with Ginger Citrus Dressing

This winter salad is a color fest for the eyes, a taste fest to the mouth and  a great addition to the table that the whole family will enjoy.  It is a hearty salad made with kale, cabbage, and carrots so you can make enough to have leftovers for the next day and it does not wilt or get mushy like regular lettuce would.  In fact, this a favorite for me to bring to work because I can make it the night before pack it up and have it ready to go for the morning rush.  No time lost at all.  It is quite filling so I bring a large portion for lunch and it keeps me feeling fueled for my busy nurse schedule.


Chopped Salad


The ginger citrus dressing is oil-free and salt-free but has a wonderful tangy kick to it and can be made in literally two minutes. I love to add dried tart cherries to my salads to give that sweet tartness to it but if you prefer you can definitely leave it out or even add raisins instead.


Chopped Salad


This is another salad that would be great to serve at a potluck.  Everyone, rawfoodie or not, enjoys a beautiful hearty salad so why not ensure that you will definitely have something to eat contributing a dish like this.  Also, if your family does not eat raw with you, this is a great way to make a large portion for yourself but enough that it is part of your family’s meal too so that you are preparing all separate meals.


Winter Kale Chopped Salad




For more salad recipes check out my Rainbow Shredded Salad, Persimmon Apple Kale Salad with Tangy Tahini Dressing, Pomegranate Citrus Brussels Sprouts Salad or the many others that are on this site by clicking on the ‘Salad Recipe’ tab under ‘Healthy Recipes’.


2 cups purple cabbage, chopped

2 cups white cabbage, chopped

1/2 bunch of Dinosaur Kale chiffanauded (finely chopped)

2 carrots shredded

1 handful tart dried cherries

1/2 cup green onions, chopped

Put all the above ingredients in a large bowl and set aside.

For the dressing:

1 1/2 Navel oranges, juice of

1/2  lime, juice of

1 tsp grated ginger

Cayenne pepper, 2 good shakes of

In a small bowl whisk together the above ingredients to combine well, pour over chopped salad mix and toss well.


  1. Connie on January 15, 2014 at 3:39 pm

    Love it! Went to the store and bought all of the ingredients. I added a little diced red onion, fresh spearmint leaves and sunflower seeds. Yum! A little Organic Virgin Olive oil and the juice of one of my Meyer lemons from our tree. Delish! Thanks Christine!

    • Christine on January 15, 2014 at 7:01 pm

      That’s wonderful Connie! It’s one of my faves too because it’s so hearty and so full of flavor. The addition of the red onion and mint sounds great. Nothing like having fresh lemons of the tree, right? I’m so glad you loved it! Xo

  2. Bella on January 16, 2014 at 1:48 pm

    Nice tecipe! Thank you!!
    Hi from let_your_food_br_your_medicin

    • Christine on January 16, 2014 at 6:07 pm

      Hi Bella mia! Thank you so much, so nice to have you stop by here. I hope you love it! XO

      • Bella on January 16, 2014 at 11:03 pm

        Oh Yes! Me love your food !! Big Hug

        • Christine on January 17, 2014 at 12:07 pm

          Aw thank you so much! I’ve been enjoying all your beautiful posts too. Hugs!xo

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