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Coleslaw Recipes

Looking for coleslaw recipes? Find coleslaw recipes for an addition to your meal including coleslaw dressing recipes, creamy coleslaw recipes, and more coleslaw recipes and ideas.

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A hint of mustard in the vinaigrette-style dressing sparks the flavor in this change-of-pace coleslaw. Fruit and cauliflower are unexpected surprises in the cabbage mixture, but the flavors blend beautifully.
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Fruited Coleslaw

Fruited Coleslaw

Fruited Coleslaw

“We all need to get more fruits and vegetables into our daily diet, and this dish is a great-tasting way to do it,” says Linda Stevens of Madison, Alabama.

Crunchy Ramen Salad

Crunchy Ramen Salad

Crunchy Ramen Salad

For potlucks and picnics, this salad's a knockout. I tote the veggies in a bowl, dressing in a jar and noodles in a bag. Then shake them up together when it's time to eat. —LJ Porter, Bauxite, Arkansas

Pickled Cabbage

Pickled Cabbage

Pickled Cabbage

My mother picked up this recipe in Pennsylvania, and as long as I can remember, there was always a "bucket" of slaw in the refrigerator. Now I have an old stoneware butter crock in my refrigerator filled with the same!
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Confetti Broccoli Slaw

Confetti Broccoli Slaw

Confetti Broccoli Slaw

With its flavorful dressing and flecks of tomato and green pepper, this pretty coleslaw is great for a variety of summertime meals. Instead of purchasing the broccoli coleslaw mix, you can use broccoli stalks—just peel them, then shred in a food processor. You’ll want about 3 cups for this recipe.

Warm Pecan Cabbage Slaw

Warm Pecan Cabbage Slaw

Warm Pecan Cabbage Slaw

Marie Hattrup, a field editor from Sparks, Nevada, gives a new twist to this slaw, which she serves warm. The mild mustard flavor and pleasing blend of crisp-tender vegetables and toasted pecans is a nice complement to fish or ham.

Blue Cheese & Grape Coleslaw

Blue Cheese & Grape Coleslaw

Blue Cheese & Grape Coleslaw

Dishes like coleslaw beg for a fresh approach. I update mine with almonds, grapes, blue cheese and bacon for a grand bowl of color and crunch. —Jeannine Bunge, Hartley, Iowa

Asian Cabbage Slaw

Asian Cabbage Slaw

Asian Cabbage Slaw

“Never one to stick to tradition, I experimented with a recipe I had for Asian slaw by adding fruit and nuts,” writes Lily Julow of Lawrenceville, Georgia. “I hope you like it as much as I do!”

Easter Grass Slaw

Easter Grass Slaw

Easter Grass Slaw

Chopped apple and shredded carrot add pretty color to this swift salad that uses packaged coleslaw mix to save time. A creamy dressing nicely coats the crunchy combination.

Blue Cheese Slaw

Blue Cheese Slaw

Blue Cheese Slaw

“I'm apt to add blue cheese to anything I can think of, including this tangy slaw. I make it ahead of time because the longer it sits, the better it tastes.” —Nicole Clayton, Prescott, Arizona

Sunflower Slaw

Sunflower Slaw

Sunflower Slaw

This salad is a favorite at church suppers. It deliciously combines a tangy dressing with crisp cabbage, slivered almonds, sunflower kernels and ramen noodles. This dish pairs nicely with many entrees.—Betty Thompson, St. Charles, Missouri

Broccoli Coleslaw

Broccoli Coleslaw

Broccoli Coleslaw

Folks will be pleasantly surprised when they taste this unique coleslaw made with broccoli instead of cabbage. The light vinegar dressing isn't overpowering.
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