Tag: coleslaw

4 Tricks for Shredded Slaw Glory — Summer Soiree

by in Recipes, July 10th, 2014

Tangy Coleslaw with Corn and Lime DressingThe American tradition of the cabbage side dish has been carrying us from barbecues to cookouts to picnics since the inaugural gingham picnic blanket was first laid. Maybe that’s an exaggeration, but we just can’t imagine summer eating without it on our plates. Creamy, crunchy and tangy, a helping of classic coleslaw does wonders piled on a pulled pork sandwich, and is impressive even taken on its own. But that’s only the beginning. This week, give your coleslaw game an edge with four tricks that will turn even the mayo haters into slaw fanatics.

Add Color: If you wholeheartedly believe that coleslaw can exist only in the form of a monochromatic pile, you’ve probably never laid eyes on Ree Drummond’s Colorful Coleslaw. The Pioneer Woman proves that, when done right, coleslaw can be the standout side on your plate, especially with the bright shades of carrots, purple cabbage and a spectrum of peppers in tow.

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Coleslaw and Football: A Culinary Touchdown

by in Recipes, September 13th, 2012

creamy cole slaw recipe

Not just for backyard barbecues anymore, coleslaw is a crowd-pleasing side that pairs perfectly with any hearty main dish. This weekend, as you’re prepping spicy chicken wings or saucy sloppy joes to serve at your game-day tailgate, look to no-cook coleslaw to complete your menu. For a mix of classic and creative preparations, check out our top five coleslaw recipes from your favorite Food Network chefs.

5. Apple-Raisin Cole Slaw – Thanks to a flavor-packed mixture of shredded cabbage, in-season apples and a pinch of celery seeds, Sunny says that her big-batch coleslaw is “crunchy, creamy, bright and tangy.”

4. Savoy, Lime and Cilantro Coleslaw – Refreshing lime juice and fragrant cilantro add light, fresh flavor to Tyler’s five-star recipe, made in just 15 quick minutes.

Get the top three coleslaw recipes