My husband's Aunt made this while we were visiting and we couldn't get enough of it. It is very simple and delicious. Enjoy!
All ingredient amounts can be increased to your liking. There are no rules with this recipe.
This is a good way to use up herbs in the garden -- both tarragon and chives grow like weeds in my garden -- along with parsley, so this is a delicious way to use them which we enjoyed. And only one point/serving. With the leftover salad (if there is any) it's good tossed with tuna or leftover chicken for lunch the next day - increasing the points to about 4 or 5/serving -- not bad -point-wise for lunch! Recipe source: WW Healthy & Happy Celebrations Cookbook
Last night I was thinking of the apple salad my grandmother used to make which I loved when I was young - looked high and low for a similar recipe and couldn't find it, so I came up with this version which is similiar but not exactly grandma's recipe.
This colorful salad is happy because it isn't drowning in a heavy mayonnaise or sour cream dressing. Your heart will be happy because it's a healthy salad and YOU'LL be happy because this salad tastes GREAT! Everyone I have served this to loved it and had no idea it was "healthy".
This is a great tasting, easy to make salad that goes well by itself or on tacos! You can even simplify things even more by buying the bagged, ready to go cole slaw mixes in your grocer's produce dept. Try adding some thinly sliced jicama!
Source: Eating Well
This is the way my mom makes mexican coleslaw. I don't know exactly where the recipe came from, but it has been in my family since I can remember. When ever I make it, I don't measure the ingredients; I eyeball it. Measurement are approximations. Please note the jalapeno is optional. Also, my mom sometimes makes this with apple cider vinegar or balsamic and come out great also.