Coleslaw

 

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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.

 

Enjoy!

6 thoughts on “Coleslaw

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  3. 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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  4. 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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