Crunchy, cool, and mild, kohlrabi lies somewhere between a turnip, broccoli stems and an apple. Delicious raw in salads or simply eaten as is with your favourite veggie dip. Its crispness is a perfect pairing with cabbage in this lovely Asian Kohlrabi Slaw. But don’t hesitate to toss thinly sliced or grated kohlrabi into your own favourite coleslaw, because it’s fantastic with creamy dressings as well. You can also use kohlrabi in soups, stir fries and stews much like you would turnip or potatoes. Don’t throw out those leaves either, because they can be sauteed or braised like kale for a nutritious side dish. Kohlrabi is low in calories and a good source of vitamin C, potassium and fiber.
Recipe source for Asian Kohlrabi Slaw: Compelled To Cook