Total TimePrep: 15 min. + chilling
Loved the tang from Apple cider vinegar. Next time will add a chopped apple. Definitely a do often recipe. Thanks
W make this just as written using using coleslaw mix with shredded carrots added. My grandsons beg for this coleslaw!
I have several coleslaw recipes that I make on a regular basis, but this is by far my husband's favorite. It is a five-star recipe as is, but sometimes I make minor changes according to our preferences or what I have on hand. I use equal amounts of cider vinegar and sugar (1/3 cup of each), sometimes I add finely minced parsley, and sometimes I omit the red bell pepper or add grated carrots. Thank you for the recipe.
The coleslaw, as written, was a bit sweet for our taste, but a great texture, and with a few changes it worked well in the meal. I added a bit more salt and vinegar, and a splash of Melinda's hot sauce. If I were making it for the next day, I'd probably use dry minced onions instead of fresh onion -- it has fewer active enzymes, so it doesn't develop sulfur smells as fast.
Very good, great flavor. I used fresh cabbage and carrots instead of coleslaw mix.
My husband and I love this recipe and I'm not crazy about coleslaw! I didn't add the red peppers and used two 16 ounce bags instead of the 14 ounce and it turned out perfect!
This was very good. I made half a recipe with 1 16oz bag of slaw mix. For that quantity, I could have added a bit more salt. Dressing was light without compromising flavor.
I'm a coleslaw snob, and this one definitely makes the cut! I didn't have season salt so used onion salt, garlic powder, paprika and a little original Mrs. Dash. #newfavorite
This is a great basic cole slaw recipe. This is very simple to the one my Grandma made. You can't go wrong with it.
This was so, so, so, so, so good! I have always been a fan of KFC slaw, but I think this one is better! And I loved how easy it was to put together.