How to make good slaw?
Whisk together mayonnaise, vinegar, dijon mustard, sugar, and celery seed. Mix the base ingredients and add the secondary ingredients, such as celery seed, Dijon mustard and paprika, to taste. In a medium-sized mixing bowl, whisk together the mayonnaise, sour cream, onion, sugar, vinegar, mustard, celery salt, salt, and pepper until well combined.
What restaurant has the best cole slaw?
The best supermarket coleslaw
- WINNER: Morrisons The Best Extra Crunchy Coleslaw. Tangy and fresh, the mayonnaise is wonderfully creamy in texture. ...
- JOINT RUNNER-UP: Waitrose & Partners Rich & Creamy Deli Style Coleslaw. Thinly shredded crunchy veg in an indulgently creamy mayonnaise and whipped cream sauce. ...
- JOINT RUNNER-UP: M&S Traditional Coleslaw. ...
How to make KFC slaw?
then you’re in luck. The new burger is packed with KFC’s Original Recipe chicken fillets, a cucumber and spring onion slaw and hoisin glaze sauce giving it that mouth-watering Peking Duck ...
What is the easiest way to make coleslaw?
- Cut the cabbage stem so it sits flat on the cutting board.
- Starting from the rounded top of the cabbage, slice straight down the middle so the cabbage is cut in half.
- On one half of the cabbage, make a diagonal cut on one side of the stem. ...
- Pull the stem out of the cabbage and discard.
- Repeat on the other half of the cabbage.
Spicy Kimchi Slaw
We traded the goopy sweet mayo dressing in your typical cole slaw for a whipped, airy kimchi dressing. Cabbage two ways!
An oil-and-vinegar dressing keeps this slaw from feeling heavy and greasy, and the spiciness is a good counterpart to sweet notes in barbecue sauces.
Creamy Miso Slaw
Miso and cabbage are a perfect match. Togarashi, a pepper blend, fits in nicely.
This traditional fried chicken side tastes like coleslaw should: crunchy, a little creamy, and with enough vinegar to keep it bright.
Creamy Summer Slaw
Raw broccoli is made for slaw. It’s sweet and crunchy—and can be dressed hours in advance.
Snap Pea and Cabbage Slaw
This crunchy-sweet combination of cabbage and peas is one of our new favorites.
Tamarind-Cabbage Slaw with Crispy Onions
Proof that fried onions are good on anything—even a slaw. (This recipe was developed with IBM's Chef Watson.)
Variations for Barbecue Sides and Sandwiches
Derrick Riches is a grilling and barbecue expert. He has written two cookbooks.
Traditional Carolina barbecue was topped with coleslaw long before anyone thought to put tomatoes and lettuce on a burger—before there were burgers, in fact. This simple slaw recipe is perfect for topping off a barbecue sandwich (or even as a side dish).
This barbecue sandwich slaw is drier than most, making it a perfect topping. You won't get saucy drips that can stain your shirt. The flavors are well balanced, with sweetness and tanginess to highlight the smokiness of barbecue. It makes for a great side dish as well.
Creamy Mayo-Less Coleslaw
You can make a lighter version of coleslaw without mayonnaise. Classic creamy mayo-less coleslaw uses a bit of cream and malt vinegar (whose acidic nature naturally thickens the cream to dressing-like consistency) to lightly dress shredded cabbage. If you want it to be creamier, you can double the amount of dressing.
Blue Cheese Coleslaw
Serve blue cheese coleslaw on its own or use it as a barbecue sandwich topping. The recipe is simple and begins with a bag of prepared coleslaw mix. You just need to make the dressing with sour cream, mayonnaise, blue cheese, garlic, lemon juice, parsley, and Worcestershire sauce.
Not only is this everything slaw colorful, but very flavorful as well. It uses red cabbage, white cabbage, carrots, onions, jicama, and a tart Granny Smith apple. Combine that with honey and Dijon mustard for a memorable coleslaw.
South Carolina Coleslaw
This is South Carolina coleslaw is drier and is perfect for sandwiches. It contains bell pepper and sweet onion for flavors that perfectly accent a pulled pork sandwich. The dressing is both sweet and tart. Make it early so the flavors can blend while the pork is in the smoker.
Coleslaw is a Classic Side
This is the best coleslaw recipe, perfect for parties and summer potlucks because it is so simple to make.
How to Make Coleslaw
Colorful coleslaw can be made so quickly! Just 3 simple steps to the perfect creamy side dish.
Red & green cabbage and carrots are shredded to create the base of this recipe. You can use a mandolin or a food processor to just cut the cabbage very thinly with a knife.
How to Make Coleslaw Dressing
In addition to the creamy dressing is in the recipe below, you can use a vinaigrette dressing. Either one is delicious and you’ll want to make sure you don’t skip the celery seed, it really adds a lot of flavor to this dish.
What Goes With Coleslaw?
We know that KFC coleslaw is great with chicken but we love this fresh crisp version even more. Try it with Air Fryer Chicken Drumsticks, and Crispy Air Fryer French Fries.
How to Store
Store this coleslaw in an air-tight container in the refrigerator for 3-5 days. Coleslaw made with a vinaigrette will keep for 2 weeks. Unfortunately, coleslaw made with a mayonnaise base will not freeze well.
The Best Coleslaw Recipe
This creamy coleslaw is the best easy salad or sandwich topper. It's the perfect make ahead, ideal for a BBQ or potluck!
Pan-Roasted Salmon With Grapefruit-Cabbage Slaw
Not all slaw recipes give you a whole dinner plan, but this one's a complete meal: Luscious, crispy-skinned salmon, served alongside a satisfying slaw. Creamy avocado and tangy grapefruit nestle into a tangle of cabbage, tossed with a Greek yogurt-based dressing and fresh cilantro.
Red Cabbage Slaw With Cilantro and Citrus
Flavored with citrus, maple syrup, and cilantro, this slaw makes an excellent topper for tacos or huaraches. This delicious recipe was featured in our Wednesday Nights in America series.
Spicy and Creamy Slaw
You want creamy? You want crunchy? This flexible and easy coleslaw recipe has it all. You can serve it right away or refrigerate overnight. Because summertime cooking should be low-stress, even if it's your first time having people over in a long time.
Spicy Kimchi Slaw
No mayo here. Instead, the tangy, flavorful dressing ingredients include scallion or green onion, kimchi, kimchi juice, vinegar, Sriracha, fish sauce, and sesame oil, all puréed in a blender until smooth. Shower the dish with sesame seeds before serving. This just may become your new favorite homemade coleslaw.
Celery Slaw with Seeds and Dates
Even the most skeptical celery eaters will be surprised by the cool, sweet, crunchy, and savory flavors that are packed into this slaw recipe.
A simple oil-and-vinegar dressing recipe keeps this slaw from feeling heavy and greasy, and the spiciness is a good counterpart to sweet notes in barbecue sauces and glazes—or really, whatever you're grilling.
Summer Squash Slaw with Feta and Toasted Buckwheat
Cooked summer squash can be mushy. Solution: Eat it raw, julienned on a mandoline. If you can't find buckwheat groats, use chopped toasted almonds in this slaw instead.
Lemony Cabbage-Avocado Slaw
Creamy avocado and bright lemon make great partners in this colorful salad.
Szybka Surowka z Czerwonej Kapusty (Polish Red Cabbage Slaw)
Polish people love their cabbage in every form and every color! This fresh red cabbage slaw is often made during the autumn months, when bright colors are much appreciated.
Easy Asian Cole Slaw
This Asian-inspired recipe is made with easy-to-find ingredients for a delicious side dish.
Sweet, Hot Mustard Slaw
I enjoy a wide variety of coleslaws, but this mustard slaw may be my fave. The combo of hot and sweet has a proven track record for pleasing palates.
Mango Cilantro Slaw
This is different twist on cabbage slaw. It's very easy and the mango and honey make it sweet; no sugar in this recipe! Great by itself or wrap a corn tortilla around grilled tilapia and top with this cilantro slaw for a great-tasting fish taco! For a bit thicker dressing you can add additional mayonnaise.
Very good and very colorful coleslaw. Have received numerous compliments on this recipe. It is also easy and quick to make.
When people think of coleslaw, they think of that bowl of soggy, shredded cabbage sitting at the end of the picnic table.