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Whisk together mayonnaise, honey and lime juice in a medium bowl, add coleslaw mix and cilantro. Gently toss, season with salt and pepper to taste and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes to let flavors meld before serving.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
By Great Granny Vi from Moorpark, CA
*I personally like the flavor of the rice vinegar best :-)
Whisk vinegar, honey, sesame oil, and vegetable oil in a serving bowl. Season the mixture to taste with salt and pepper. Add the cabbage and sesame seeds, tossing to coat and serve.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
Make coleslaw that is very finely chopped the way KFC's Coleslaw is. This is close to what they make.
Prepare all vegetables as directed. Place in container that has a lid. Set aside.
Mix cream, sour cream, (or yogurt), vinegar, olive oil, lemon juice, sugar, celery seed, salt and pepper together and pour over vegetables. Mix well.
Place in refrigerator overnight or for at least 4 hours. This allows flavors to "marry".
Ready to make "Coleslaw in Jello" now?
Our family likes Orange Jello best for this salad. Use what your family likes best.
If you make this salad in a rectangular cake pan, it will be easy to cut and serve in squares.
Use a regular table knife and cut Jello Salad into squares. Place on shredded lettuce with a spatula, add a dollop of sour cream and a cherry on top.This makes a very delicious salad, and one that even most children will like. Anything I could put a cherry on top looked enough like a dessert to make my children eat it all up.
Happy Passover and Happy Easter to everyone.
By Pookarina from Boca Raton, FL
Mix the grated cabbage and carrots.
Put all the ingredients for the dressing in a bowl and whisk until completely blended and smooth.
Pour over the grated veggies, mix in thoroughly. Chill for 3 or 4 hours before serving.
By Copasetic 1 from North Royalton, OH
This in another of my Mom's recipes. This is the way they used to write recipes out, without exact measurements. You grated enough vegetables for the number of people you were serving, and made enough dressing for the veggies. I added my own estimates.
Easiest cole slaw ever!
Fast and easy. It took more time to find the lid for the bowl than it did to fix the salad. It received many compliments as well.
Easy and mine tastes like Mom's.
A great salad for those on the Weight Watchers Diet Program and a PointsPlus low carb recipe as well (1 point). Healthy and delicious!
This is my favorite recipe. People always ask for more! There are other variations, but this one is my favorite! Much tastier!
This is a guide about copycat Kentucky Fried Chicken coleslaw. Trying to replicate a favorite restaurant recipe can be hit and miss.
Mix together cabbage, onion, green pepper and pimentos. Add the sugar and salt. Mix well and let stand at room temperature for 1 hour.
This quick and easy recipe is quite yummy! Mix first three ingredients. Start with less dressing, and add more to taste.
Mix together dressing ingredients. Pour over cabbage mixture and mix well. Keeps for 1 week in the refrigerator.
Mix cabbage, pepper, onion and celery. Mix all dressing ingredients together in saucepan. Bring to a boil. Cool. Pour over cabbage mixture. Let stand overnight in refrigerator.
Mix veggies and salt and let stand while preparing dressing. Combine dressing ingredients and boil 1 minute. Cool to lukewarm. Pour over slaw mixture.
In large bowl, place a layer of cabbage and a layer of onions. Repeat layering, salting between layers. Sprinkle sugar on top and let stand 30 minutes. Pour dressing over cabbage and put in refrigerator immediately.
Cole Slaw is always a welcome salad addition to any summertime meal. Whether you prefer creamy, sweet/sour, or a special family favorite, serve cole slaw. with burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, grilled or fried chicken, grilled fish, thick, juicy steaks, or even meatloaf. Coleslaw adds crunch, flavor, and color to any entree.
This recipe tastes great the second and third day too...
Dice up apples and onion. Add Dole coleslaw, raisins, cranberries & sunflower seeds.
Coleslaw often seems to be an afterthought, cloyingly sweet and either too wet or dry. With the correct balance of acidity and sweetness and with proper seasoning, however, it can shine.
The Ninja tends to very finely chop, thus it may not be the best tool for making cole slaw unless you like the cabbage quite small, rather than shredded. This is a guide about, "Can I make cole slaw with my Ninja Master Prep?".
I love the dressing this slaw makes!
This is a recipe I grew up eating a lot. My mother made coleslaw on a regular basis as my dad loved it!
Mix all together and chill 6 hours or overnight.
Combine ingredients and add your favorite coleslaw dressing to your taste.
Shred veggies and sprinkle with the salt. Let stand 1-2 hours. Do not drain. Bring syrup ingredients to a boil while stirring. Pour syrup over slaw and refrigerate 10 days to 2 weeks.
Mix ingredients in order as given. Keeps well when refrigerated.
Easiest Coleslaw recipe ever! Combine ingredients and refrigerate.
Mix mayonnaise, sugar, vinegar and buttermilk. Pour over the cabbage, peanuts, and raisins, if used, just before serving.
Recipes for Cabbage Slaw
Trim and coarsely chop a quarter head of cabbage. Peel and coarsely chop 3-4 carrots. Pulse in your food processor until it is as fine as you desire. Set aside.
Pour over vegetable mixture and mix well. Store in refrigerator. Stays crisp for several days.
Place coleslaw mix in a large bowl. In a small bowl, combine the remaining ingredients; stir until blended. Pour over coleslaw mix and toss to coat.
Toss shredded cabbage and well-drained fruit cocktail together lightly. Add cottage cheese, mix and add lemon juice and salt.
Combine the cabbage, zucchini, squash, and onions. Combine the mayonnaise, vinegar, mustard seed, and celery salt. Add the mayonnaise mixture to the cabbage mixture and toss to coat. Set aside at least 4 hours. Serves 8....
Mix miracle whip, mayonnaise, sugar, vinegar, spices together until well blended. Mix in milk until creamy. Mix with cabbage and carrot. Let refrigerate overnight for the best flavor.
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Does anyone have a recipe for cole slaw using vinegar and oil? We used to get it at Eagle's Food Store and loved it. Hugs.
I have always used this for my Cole Slaw and everyone loves it. Use equal parts of oil, vinegar and sugar
a pinch of salt. For a bag of precut slaw mix I use 3 T. oil, 3 T. vinegar, 3 T. sugar and a pinch of salt.
Eastern Europeans brought with them some wonderful recipes.
No fried chicken dinner was complete if there wasn't coleslaw and hot sauce involved!
This is what I grew up on:
Barberton (Ohio) Cole Slaw Recipe
1 small head cabbage, about 1 1/4 lbs.
3/4 cup vinegar
1/2 cup oil
1/3 cup plus 1 tbsp. sugar
salt to taste
Shred cabbage. You should have about eight cups. Combine vinegar, oil and sugar and whisk until sugar has dissolved. Pour dressing over cabbage and season with salt. Toss well. Cover and refrigerate for at least two hours, stirring occasionally.
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I've been making cole slaw the way SassyGrannie does for many years; only now I'm using Splenda.
It's delicious and easy to remember!
I think they closed their stores, but here is some info:
Eagle Food Store Is
15980 Highland Dr
Mc Kenzie, TN 38201
Phone: (731) 352-0816
While surfing the web for an obscure recipe my husband mentioned, one where I had so little info to go on, I found:
mailto:phaedrus AT hungrybrowser.com
He bills himself something like 'detector of lost recipes' - the site is fascinating and brought back so many memories for me since it has recipes from restaurants, hotels, companies that have gone out of business, etc. I'll bet you'll find your recipe on that site! If not good luck; someone on thriftyfun will surely be able to help you.
Ok, I found out some more info on Eagle's grocery store on wikipedia.com Eventually, the company found that it was unable to compete with other chains, such as Jewel-Osco, Dominick's, Hy-Vee, Wal-Mart and Kroger. The first sign of this was the selling of the Harvest Day bakery plant in Rock Island, Illinois to the Metz Baking Company in 1998. The company went into Chapter 11 bankruptcy in March 2000.
In 2003, Eagle Food Stores ceased operations, and sold off its assets. Some of the stores were acquired by other chains, such as Hy-Vee, Kroger, Albertsons, and Butera. The Downtown Eagle Corporation was founded to take over two stores - one in Clinton, Iowa and the other in Dubuque, Iowa. They purchased the rights to the Eagle Country Market name and signage and operate the two stores under the Eagle Country Market name. One location in Coralville, IA was purchased by GEICO and converted into a call center. So, you might want to email Kroger, Hy-Vee, etc. to see if they acquired Eagle's recipes.
Thanks to everyone for trying to help me! I really appreciate it. =-) HUGS, Judy
I am looking for an old recipe for Weight Watchers slaw. I believe the dressing for the slaw had buttermilk, mustard, celery seed, and Sweet and Low in it.
Not sure if this what you are looking for but I have this recipe that appeared in the WW cookbook about 4 or 5 years ago. It's very tasty and has nice bite and different twist.
6 servings 1 point
1 cup fat-free buttermilk
3 tablespoon fat-free mayonnaise
3 tablespoon chopped fresh dill
1 tablespoon prepared horseradish
½ teaspoon freshly ground pepper
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon caraway seeds
2 cups shredded green cabbage
2 cups shredded red cabbage
½ cup shredded carrots
3 scallions, sliced
3 radishes, cut in half and slice
½ seedless cucumber, quartered lengthwise and thinly sliced
Combine the buttermilk, mayonnaise, dill, horseradish, pepper, salt, and caraway seeds in a large bowl. Add the green and red cabbages, cucumber, carrots, scallions, and radishes; mix well
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Mix and heat to boiling point. Set aside for 30 seconds. Pour over cabbage mixture. Cover and put aside for 30 minutes. Toss and refrigerate for a day before eating. Add mayonnaise to serve.
By Robin from Washington, IA