CarolCooks2…Homemade Coleslaw…



There is nothing like homemade coleslaw…lightly coated with mayo so the vegetables shine…

There are so many permutations of this dish and all wonderful in their own way…Our version, 5 ingredients plus mayo and you have a beautiful slaw to eat with anything…

I add no sugar as carrots and apples have their own natural sweetness.

So….Lets Cook!

 Shred half a white cabbage or red or half and half.

Peel and quarter at least one apple and then slice thinly.

Grate or dice a carrot.

Put in Bowl, add some mayo,  pinch of salt, freshly ground black pepper and a good squeeze of fresh lemon juice.

Keep in the fridge until you are ready to serve. It will keep in the fridge maybe covered until the next day but I just make it as I want it so easy to make enough for 1 or 10.



7 thoughts on “CarolCooks2…Homemade Coleslaw…

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  4. marianbeaman

    No heating: Just mixing 1/4 cup vinegar, 1 tsp. salt, 1/8 tsp mustard and some sour cream. Yes, there is a little sugar too, 3 Tbsp. You can garnish with green pepper rings for extra color. Yummm!

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  5. marianbeaman

    Carol, you are all about healthy cooking and eating. I like that fresh veggies and fruit sweeten your dish. For years, I have used the recipe in The Mennonite Cookbook, which of course uses vinegar too.

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    1. blondieaka Post author

      Yes I am as far as possible Marian, your recipe sounds interesting so do you heat vinegar with sugar and oil to make a slaw dressing? 🙂


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