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How do you make coleslaw??

  1. Christy Goff profile image57
    Christy Goffposted 7 years ago

    MY husband and I don't like the traditional coleslaw that is made with mayo.  Does anyone have any recipes that has a sweet vinegar taste?

    1. nahamuah profile image58
      nahamuahposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Here is a recipe from Bobby Flay: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/bobb … index.html

      You can make a dressing using 1) rice vinegar, lime or lemon juice; 2) tbspn of dijon mustard, 3) garlic clove -- crushed; 4) olive oil; 5) sugar or honey; 6) pinch of salt; 7) freshly ground peppercorns. Whisk dressing  and pour over the vegetable mix.

      Vegetable mix for a nontraditional coleslaw: julienne the following --
      1) regular cabbage or Napa cabbage; 2) peelapples -- Fuji, Braeburn, Gala or Honeycrisp; 3) fennel; 4) celery.

      Enjoy!.

      1. nahamuah profile image58
        nahamuahposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        You can add some golden raisins too. I recall Bobby Flay or another chef making a similar "white coleslaw". I will post the recipe when I find it.

      2. dutchman1951 profile image60
        dutchman1951posted 7 years agoin reply to this

        nah, that sounds delicious

    2. Pollyannalana profile image87
      Pollyannalanaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      We make slaw with light mayo and very little, you can add bit of skim milk if you like, vinegar and sugar or splenda and Italian herbs if you like. Another type is chunkier and is cabbage and celery roughly chopped, thin sliced carrot with about 1/2 cup vinegar to small head of cabbage with drizzled EVOO over top and stirred in, also red cabbage added if you like and this will last about three days and not good unless it sets a few hours. Before you eat it you can add cucumbers, onions, red onions, garlic, just anything you like, I even add apples diced sometimes, it is delicious but these last ingredients taste wilted if you leave them the whole time with the cabbage so it is much better fresh. I have used this on a lose weight diet and it is just very good for you either way and the second is not as good for say hot dogs but great every other way or you could it it separate with hot dog and takes no mayo but make sure to use extra virgin olive oil. (Italians do not have heart trouble like rest of the world because of Olive oil I have been told. Probably 3 to 4 tablespoons fix to your taste. I drown this with Italian herbs and even the fruity ones. This is beautiful served on lettuce leaves or you can chop lettuce to add to it before you eat it while fresh and crunchy. If you try it you will probably think of your own likes to add.

    3. safiq ali patel profile image75
      safiq ali patelposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Chop and shred the vegetables in the usual way. Mix veg in bowl. Add viniger and and yohurt and spoonful of low calorie sweetner. Mix the veg with the yoghurt and vinegar and serve. If wanting more creamier flavours add low fat fromage frais and spices or seasonings of your choosing. Herbs will help enhance flavour.

  2. lrohner profile image82
    lrohnerposted 7 years ago

    Here ya go: http://makeaheadmeals.blogspot.com/2008 … -slaw.html

    This uses vinegar and a host of spices instead of mayo, and it can be made well ahead of time.

    1. Christy Goff profile image57
      Christy Goffposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you, that looks really good, gotta try it.

  3. habee profile image94
    habeeposted 7 years ago

    I sometimes use a mixture of Ranch dressing, vinegar, spices, herbs, and Splenda.

  4. mythbuster profile image79
    mythbusterposted 7 years ago

    I go over to the KFC, stand in line for a minute or so, order some coleslaw, pay for it, then take it home, dump the KFC coleslaw in a bowl, put the bowl in my fridge, put the KFC container and bag into the garbage, take the garbage out and wait to serve my coleslaw that tastes astoundingly like the kind made with Col. Sanders' secret recipe.

    smile

    1. Christy Goff profile image57
      Christy Goffposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Great idea, but it has the mayo in it, if you know another place that doesn't have mayo in it and it taste's amazing, then I will go with your way and buy it and throw away the containers.  But I do love KFC chicken and mashed potato's.

      1. qwark profile image57
        qwarkposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Christy:
        I use unflavored fresh yogurt instead of mayo.
        Add a little balsamic or apple vinegar ( I prefer balsamic) to taste.
        Some "dill" seeds and I like finely shredded carrot.
        I use no salt or pepper or sugar.
        I like my coleslaw with a "tang."
        Qwark

        PS 'Course I'm a health nut! smile:
        ...I call it KISS (keep it simple stupid) coleslaw

  5. Lady Rose profile image74
    Lady Roseposted 7 years ago

    My kids used to love it when i shreded carrot and cabbage and made a salad dressing with honey, vinegar and salt. You mix it till it turns into a light paste and stirr it well with the salad. I usually added some raisins. That was a treat for all my family.

  6. habee profile image94
    habeeposted 7 years ago

    I made some last night with blackberry-ginger balsamic vinegar and just a little may. It was great!

  7. Just Ask Susan profile image90
    Just Ask Susanposted 7 years ago

    I make my coleslaw dressing with olive oil, white vinegar, garlic powder, sea salt, ground pepper, and about 1/2 tsp of sugar.

    1. profile image0
      Home Girlposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I think this one is the best. Cabbage does not need mayo, with vinegar it will release lots of juice and will be even better tasting tomorrow.

  8. fetty profile image73
    fettyposted 7 years ago

    You can take plain white vinegar, add three tablespoons of sugar and a dash of lemon and whisk this mixture together in a small bowl. I shred my coleslaw and add chopped sweet green peppers, a handful of celery (two stalks ) some onion or not and about 1/2 to 1 cup of shredded carrots to add to the sweetness.

    I love KFC cole slaw as well and I have used this mixture on cucumbers but never cole slaw. So hope it works. I understand how too much mayo can get old fast.

  9. earnestshub profile image88
    earnestshubposted 7 years ago

    I have learned a lot here.

    At first I thought the answer might be to find a cole then slaw it. smile

  10. eatlikenoone profile image66
    eatlikenooneposted 7 years ago

    This conversation makes me realize why I don't like cole slaw. It's the mayo. Can't stand mayo. I would give an non-mayo version a chance.

  11. Bill Yovino profile image90
    Bill Yovinoposted 7 years ago

    I'm not a fan of sweet or over-dressed coleslaw. This recipe is on the tart side, and goes great with grilled or barbequed foods that have sweetness to them. I make the dressing first:

    1 tablespoon of Mayonnaise.
    1 tablespoon of Sour Cream
    1 tablespoon of mustard (I like brown mustard)
    1 tablespoon of vinegar.
    1/2 teaspoon of celery seeds. (more if you like)
    salt and pepper to taste


    Whisk together in a large bowl.
    Add shredded cabbage and shredded carrot.
    Mix well.

    If you're going to make this a day ahead, you'll need to add a little sugar before serving, because it will get bitter over night. If I'm going to serve it right away, I don't add any sugar.

    I think I'll make a hub about this. Thanks for the idea.

 
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