We loved this light and crisp coleslaw. I made it a few hours in advance so the flavors could set. I used a napa cabbage and 1/4 of a red onion for a little color. This salad is really pretty. Served with Bean Burrito Casserole for a great dinner. [Made for the Best of 2011 Tag Game]
I made this just by the recipe and was very pleased with the salad. I had very fresh cilantro and squeezed the lime right into the mix. It was wonderful served with Simple Veggie Burgers and Cheddar and Jalapeno Biscuits. I'll happily make this again. :D
Just perfect: the amount of yogurt (Oregon-made Nancy's whole milk yogurt) wasn't excessive, the fresh cilantro, red onion for color. For best flavor, prepare the coleslaw early in the day. I added a very small amount of half and half-about 1/2 tablespoon to the dressing. Sprinkle of cracked black pepper. Used cabbage from our CSA box. Thank you! Reviewed for Veg Tag/July.
Made with fresh ingredients from the markets today- savoy cabbage, white onion, lime and fresh coriander (cilantro). I used sour light cream and as my limes were super tangy, added a little extra brown sugar. Totally delicious.....even better after sitting in the fridge for a couple of hours (though did need some of the juices poured out). The dressing tasted so rich and creamy,,,and surprisingly had hardly any cream at all. Lovely to have a coleslaw without the rich heavy mayonnaise. Great recipe. Photo also being posted. Made for Aus/NZ Forum recipe swap Jan 2011
Interesting coleslaw that is very low in cal/fat. I used light sour cream and splenda brown sugar blend. Next time I may add some frozen/thawed peas to the salad. Thanks for sharing!
I must have had a very sour lime, as this ended up being just a bit too tangy for me. Lesson learned - remember to taste the dressing before you add the veggies. I used a coleslaw mix which made this an easy recipe, and the cilantro is just delicious with this. I would probably start with half the amount of lime, next time around, and see if I can fine tune the ingredients just a little bit.