Shredded Brussels & Fall Veg Salad with Garlicky Orange Tahini

Fall tossed salad with shredded brussels sprouts and root veggies is fresh and crispy. A velvety tahini dressing brings all of it together.

An overhead shot of a shredded colourful salad in a bowl.

This fall tossed salad is a simple dish, entirely by my own option. Consuming raw foods with consistency, while all at once attempting to make it differed, is harder than I believed it would be. My brain is constantly in a future-thinking mode where food is worried. I require to soak almonds since I’m nearly out of almond milk! That granola requires to dehydrate for 8 hours, which suggests I ought to be around to inspect it in the future, most likely … I ought to select some greens and celery now and put them in the refrigerator so that I do not get lazy about juicing tomorrow early morning. Salad is the something I’m consuming daily that enables spontaneity (likewise raw chocolate + banana shakes, I’m having those daily too).

I wished to make one that would appropriate to collecting ’round though, a bit better. If I remain in a meal scenario, I constantly offer the salad part. Primarily since I desire my pals to get genuine passionate about veggies. I understand I can repair them up quite well, so the required salad offering becomes this higher objective. I was considering vacation time and the requirement for a fresh counterbalance that still felt abundant in particular methods.

Lots more slaw-style salad motivation here in the type of: kale and Brussels grow caesar slaw, charred corn slaw, and 10 veggie slaw with citrus miso dressing.

I like a tasty and velvety tahini-based dressing. It appears like a little bit of a hippie-dip staple, however for excellent factor. It has a luscious texture that actually completes a salad/slaw. Its undoubtedly fatty feel on the tongue brings flavour actually perfectly too. Citrus, cumin and garlic tag along, all with a fast blitz in the mixer. Then I simply did some little shreds/cuts on a lot of my fall favorites. The beets and sweet potato remain crispy. The apple is gently tart and juicy. The Brussels sprouts fill this out and the celery was sort of an eleventh hour addition, incredibly fresh though.

I consumed this with a huge assisting of greens and half an avocado, you understand, simply for enjoyable. Pretty revitalizing and ideal as far as Fall lunches go. Anyhow, gon na keep it brief today. This gal’s got seeds/nuts to grow, buckwheat to soak, cherry tomatoes to dry, lathing to remove in a future kitchen area (!!!), trim to paint, and other enjoyable things.

4 photos showing different types of produce, either in an indoor setting or in the garden.

An overhead shot of tahini in a measuring cup.

Two photo s showing a colourful shredded salad.

Shredded Brussels & Fall Veg Salad with Garlicky Orange Tahini

Fall tossed salad with shredded brussels sprouts and root veggies is fresh and crispy. A velvety tahini dressing brings all of it together.


Course Appetiser, Salad, Side Meal Diet Plan Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian

Servings: 6

Author: Laura Wright


  • Mixer



  • 1 clove of garlic, peeled
  • 1 teaspoon ground cumin
  • 1 teaspoon rough mustard (or Dijon)
  • 1/3 cup tahini
  • 1/4 cup orage juice
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup
  • 1 tablespoon additional virgin olive oil
  • sea salt and ground black pepper, to taste
  • cold water to thin the dressing out (if needed!)


  • 1/2 pound Brussels sprouts, cut and carefully sliced
  • 2 sticks celery, very finely sliced
  • 2 little beets, peeled and cut into thin matchsticks
  • 1 little sweet potato, or 2 carrots, peeled and cut into thin matchsticks
  • 1 apple, cored and very finely sliced
  • 1/2 little red onion, sliced into thin half moons
  • sea salt and ground black pepper, to taste
  • 1/4 cup flat leaf parsley leaves, sliced
  • 1/3 cup raw pumpkin seeds


  • Make the dressing: integrate all of the dressing active ingredients in a mixer on high till you have a smooth dressing that will simply hardly coat the back of a spoon. Include splashes of water and re-blend if needed. Inspect the dressing for spices, change, and after that reserved.
  • In a big bowl, integrate the chopped Brussels sprouts, celery, beets, sweet potato shreds, chopped apple, red onion, and parsley. Season all of that with some salt and pepper and toss.
  • Put the dressing onto the salad and toss it up. Leading the salad with the pumpkin seeds. I believe that this salad might hold up in its dressed state minus the apples for a couple hours if you needed to bring it someplace. Simply include the apples and pumpkin seeds right prior to serving.


  • You might quickly blend the veg here. I chose beets and sweet potatoes, however kohl rabi, celery root, little turnips and fennel would all be so yummy.
  • I utilize an extremely fundamental Benriner Japanese Mandolin to make fast work of the shreds. I have actually had it for several years and it’s still so sharp– extremely suggested little financial investment.

Program Conceal 37 remarks

  • Harriet

    I need to confess, I have actually been absolutely motivated by your raw-someness (tehe). Recently I have actually been doing approximately two-thirds raw, one-third prepared, and am simply IN LOVE with how I feel. I’m delighting in food in a completely various method, and it’s great. Thank you for offering me the guts to march into it!

    This salad looks precisely like something that must remain in my stubborn belly today. Raw beetroot is a preferred, as is almost every other active ingredient. Happiness. Reply

  • Claire (Consume Well. Celebration Hard.)

    ” 1 tsp rough mustard (or dijon, whatevs)
    1/3 cup raw tahini (or routine, NBD)”

    This is what I like about you. Reply

  • Kathryn

    The entire needing to get my shit together for raw food is among the important things that puts me off however this salad? This I can certainly get it together for. Such absolutely excellent flavours. Reply

  • tara

    Girl! This is beautiful. I have actually got all the active ingredients in your home, so I’m taking that as an indication. Reply

  • thelittleloaf

    This is precisely the example I like to load for my lunch at work. Tahini dressing turns up trumps whenever:–RRB- Reply

  • Emma Galloway

    Oh yes, shredded veges and velvety salad dressing types about half of my everyday diet plan!:–RRB- Reply

  • Kristen

    This salad looks magnificent! I was simply questioning, how you cut your veggies into matchsticks? Elite knife abilities or a mandoline?:-RRB- Reply

    • Laura Wright

      Hey Kristen! I have actually had a loooot of practice in the knife abilities department, so I’ll chock it approximately that. Mandolin would have made it go a bit quicker though:-RRB-
      – L Reply

  • Maja

    I am constantly searching for my next brand-new preferred tahini dressing and this orange variation appears like a severe competitor. Certainly prioritizing this dish for tonight’s supper salad:-RRB-

    As an aside, your photography and dishes are regularly motivating. Reply

  • Emma

    How sensational is this?! It’s so unfortunate that many individuals consider salad as some unfortunate undressed lettuce and possibly a couple of token tomatoes!This would definitely show them incorrect.
    Root veggies are so flexible and tahini with anything sounds excellent to me. Reply

  • Fresh and Food Lover

    A tahini dressing! Terrific concept. I normally simply utilize my own to make hummus or to sprinkle on salads as-is. Reply

  • Katy

    I like tahini however have actually just made dressing from it one or two times. I certainly require to do that once again. I’m uncertain if I have actually ever had brussels sprouts raw however I like the mix you have actually done here, particularly with the apple! Reply

  • Pamela Delight

    This looks gorgeous and tasty! Would be excellent to share at Thanksgiving! Reply

  • Dawn

    Your salads constantly look so gorgeous! Love the colours. Reply

  • Kristen

    Thanks, Laura! Seems like I require to get a mandolin.:-RRB- Reply

  • Eileen

    Most beautiful salad ever! Plus orange and mustard with crispy shredded winter season veg simply sounds right.:-RRB- Reply

  • Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    HELLO! This slaw looks great! Reply

  • dishing up the dirt

    charming, simple, yummy. Love this dish. Reply

  • Mallory @ Since I Like chocolate

    I like whatever about this salad; the colours, the flavours! Looks tasty! Reply

  • Katie|Healthy Seasonal Recipes

    I need to state your images this time absolutely rock me. I am floored by them! I like the in your face close ups and the collage of the different components. Really motivating. Plus the dish. These active ingredients raw, I have actually never ever attempted something like it. Incredible! Reply

  • Nina

    This sounds remarkable! I have actually never ever prepared with tahini or raw sweet potato and this dish has actually motivated me to attempt both !! Thanks a lot for sharing and your images are gorgeous. Reply

  • molly yeh

    you had me at brussels sprouts. and after that you had me once again at tahini. and after that these beautiful images omg i practically passed away. this is whatever i desire in a veggie thing and more. plz come be a visitor at all of my meals? Reply

  • Golubka

    This is such a lovely salad which tahini dressing noises incredible. You’re certainly motivating me to make more raw food once again. The good news is, it is simply the correct time for it here in Florida, our green market is plentiful for the next 6 months! Reply

  • Justina

    The dressing noises remarkable. I like the tahini. I have actually seen it in dishes however I have actually not utilized it for a dressing.

    I’m likewise impressed that beets remain in salads now (or once again, I’m uncertain). I like it.

    The length of time have you been consuming raw? Reply

  • Shelly @ Vegetarian ‘Ventures

    I had no concept you might consume sweet potatoes raw! I like this raw experience you are presently knee deep in! Reply

  • Rebecca Jane

    This is practically the specific salad i had the other night. I completely concur with whatever you have actually stated in this post. Tahini dressings absolutely complete a huge asse bowl of salad and i exist with you in regards to raw cooking- constantly something to dehydrate/ soak. I like it- i fall for food much more when i need to make that additional effort. All the best with all you’re hectic with xx Reply

  • Adri

    This is a pleasure! It looks absolutely appealing, and your pictures are beautiful! Reply

  • Jessicaisbaking

    I made this for supper tonight and it was AMAZING !! New Thanksgiving side, for sure!! Thanks for the dish and maintain the motivation!! Reply

  • Liz Oppenheim

    This is one beautiful looking salad. I like shredded salads, and the dressing looks refreshingly various.

    One fast concern: I have actually checked out numerous locations that it is not safe to consume sweet potato raw since it consists of an enzyme that hinders protein food digestion. I can never ever inform if this is alarmist, or guidance worth hearkening. Do you have any individual experience with sensation amusing after consuming them raw?

    Thanks a lot! I constantly enjoy your brand-new dishes. Reply

  • Brian @ An Idea For Food

    Winter Season is when I tend to opt for slaws and salads … much more than stews. Since that things can get old actually actually rapidly. You require these lighter meals to keep things intriguing. Reply

  • sarah

    I am ill in bed, sneezing and coughing my avoid, and this appears like simply the important things to make me feel much better. Likewise, I like when you state hippie-dip. xo Reply

  • Ashlae

    I’m thinking about starting some sort of raw journey in the future, as 4 months of being eliminated from my typical consuming routines have actually taken a SERIOUS toll on my stubborn belly. With that being stated, I believe this is simply the push I require since I– amazingly– have every. single. active ingredient for this dish simply chillin’ in my kitchen area, waiting to be sliced up and sliced and thrown up to make this rawsome (too tacky?) salad.

    PS– Your images are my fav.