Lightly toast the pumpkin seeds in a dry frying pan.
Place the carrots, spinach, onion, cabbage, pepper and pumpkin seeds in a bowl and toss them together.
In a separate bowl, whisk together the red wine vinegar, olive oil, chilli and honey.
Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper and pour the dressing over the salad. Mix thoroughly and then transfer to a serving bowl.
|Dried Chilli Flakes||½tsp|
|Red Wine Vinegar||2tbsp|
|Green Pepper, Thinly Sliced||1|
|Red Cabbage, Core Removed And Very Thinly Sliced||½|
|Red Onion, Thinly Sliced||1|
|Spinach Leaves, Washed And Thinly Sliced||200g|
|Large Carrots, Coarsely Grated||2|
|Sea Salt And Freshly Ground Black Pepper|
If preparing early, keep the dressing separate and toss it in just before serving
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