Mom’s Chopped Coleslaw
Prep/Total Time: 20 min.
Prep/Total Time: 20 min.
3/4 cup: 203 calories, 15g fat (2g saturated fat), 8mg cholesterol, 147mg sodium, 16g carbohydrate (13g sugars, 2g fiber), 2g protein.
Oh My Gosh! Yum! Omitted the celery. None in the house. Other than that, made it per instructions. It’s a keeper!
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Take this to the next level and use tarragon vinegar for the apple cider vinegar. You won't believe this one simple change could make that big of a difference.
Very tasty! I used apple cider vinegar instead of white and since my husband doesn't like the texture of celery I used celery flakes instead. Better if made several hours ahead or overnight.
Good coleslaw recipe. I did cut down on the sugar somewhat. I used a regular coleslaw mix, and I think I should have chopped the cabbage. It was still good, though. I will make this again.
I made this exactly as stated and found it needed more flavor. The veggie mix was excellent with a little celery salt added but the sauce was too bland for my taste. Going back to my old reliable sauce: 3/4 C mayo, 1/4 cup sugar & 2 T cider vinegar.
This coleslaw is wonderful! I used 4 tbs. of apple cider vinegar instead of 2 tbs. white vinegar and I agree that the dressing is awesome. I did run all of the vegetables through the processor first so that our older folks could eat it a lot easier. Thank you, Cynthia! Everyone gave it a "thumbs up!"
Without question, one of the best coleslaws I've ever had! I didn't make any changes, which is unusual for me. This recipe will be kept with my best potato salad and maccaroni salad recipes -- I'm set for life! Thank you, Cynthia, for sharing it!
This was really good! Easy to make and a crowd pleaser for Memorial Day. Loved it!
Outstanding! This is like KFC coleslaw with a kick. I thought I made the best coleslaw ever, but this puts mine to shame. I didn't put the cabbage in the food processor, but just chopped it fine by hand. The dressing is SO good. I made a couple of changes because of the ingredients I had on hand. I found out that you can make "buttermilk" with 3 parts plain yogurt and 1 part milk. I used that recipe for the buttermilk called for in this recipe. And I also sprinkled in cayenne pepper instead of the hot sauce. And I added four teaspoons of Apple Cider Vinegar. Two tsp wasn't tart enough (white vinegar should be tart enough). And I added a pinch of Kosher salt. Let it sit in the fridge awhile. I think that this is going to get better by the day.