Posted by: Joan Spiller | June 12, 2010

Coleslaw – Recipe


Now I know some people do fancy things and put loads of ingredients in their coleslaw but mine is really basic and yet wins rave reviews whenever I serve it..

All you need is half a cabbage, 2 carrots, 2 spring onions (scallions), 1c grated cheese and some milk, mayo*, salt & pepper! The trick is in the preparation..

This is best left for an hour to 90mins before serving but does need a little time to ‘sit’ so don’t serve it immediately.. Don’t leave it too long either 😉

Finely slice the cabbage, either into little pieces or lengths. I might make some tomorrow and post a pic, just to aid comprehension on this.

Peel and grate the carrots. Add to the sliced cabbage.

Chuck in the cheese and finely sliced spring onions. Mix – I find a bread & butter knife works well here.

Add in 1/3c mayo and 1/4c milk. Mix all together, season with lots of pepper and a bit of salt. Use way more pepper than seems right, it soaks it up and tastes great k. 
For this recipe, I use white pepper but you can use any kind you like ..

Cover and put in the fridge for 1 hour before serving.

Serve garnished with freshly chopped parsley, hard boiled eggs and chunks of tomato.

Goes great with a big juice steak and jacket baked potatoes..
Or for the veges out there: try it with my rice patties and a baked spud.

Enjoy!

*A word about mayo – do not use sweet mayo, the Best foods mayo is the ‘best’ I’ve found so far for this.

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  1. Do you have to use green cabbage or can you use purple cabbage too?

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    • Purple is good, I almost said in the recipe to use any cabbage but didn’t wanna make it too busy sounding 😉

      Let me know how the boiled eggs go!!

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