Grapes add a delicious burst of sweetness to any side slaw.

500g savoy cabbage, cored and shredded
500g seedless grapes, various colours, sliced into discs
1 large white onion, finely sliced
50g verjus (alternatively, equal parts lemon and grape juice)
50g grapeseed oil, or other light flavoured oil
15g Dijon mustard
White pepper, to taste
Salt, to taste

1. In a large bowl place the verjus, oil, Dijon, pepper and salt, and beat until combined.
2. Finely slice the onion and shred the cabbage.
3. Thoroughly coat the cabbage and onion in the dressing
4. To present the salad, layer the dressed cabbage and onion, and top with the grapes so they remain glossy and visible



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