Fantastic! The only change I made was the addition of a sprinkle of garlic powder. This was a huge hit with everyone.
I added more sugar and Honey and 1 package of Dole pre-cut cabbage with carrots
Fantastic! I just made this, did not have tarragon vinegar, so I used dried tarragon leaves and cider vinegar. I also added quite a bit more sugar, Was not quite sweet enough to our liking. To me, the sour cream was what really gave it the taste and creamy texture. Never thought of using it in slaw dressing, but will definitely will again! Otherwise, didn't change a thing! Will positively save this recipe and make again! Delicious!
Perfect as written. Yum!
Great stuff. Perfect-tasting, classic recipe. Gonna bring it to a cub scout bbq on Friday. Thank you for posting. :)
BEST Coleslaw dressing EVER! Its soooo delicious, you can't stop licking the bowl. Everyone loves this dressing. I double it and store it.
This is delicious, I'm sure you need to let the slaw marinade in the dressing but I am one of those cooks that needs to perform the taste test. Even before the marinade this was fantastic.
Excellent recipe! When I was researching cole slaw "sour cream" dressings, I was really on the
search for the delicious Tee Pee Restaurant's recipe for same. The Tee Pee was a famous
restaurant in Indianapolis, IN back in the fifties and early sixties. My husband and I both
got a craving for a teen-age memory. I don't like "sweet" cole slaw dressing and had long remembered the Tee Pee's salad. This recipe fit the bill ( the little sugar in it only enhances, not sweetens the dressing.) I now make this cole slaw once every week or two and my husband
of fifty years, who has always loved all cole slaws, adores it. I'm curious where the poster
found the recipe or if it is origina? Thanks, Beverly
Really tasty dressing! DH and I enjoyed very much. Will definitely be using again. Thanks for posting.
This is very close to my (recipe 354734) modified Betty Crocker coleslaw. Both are just the right amount to work perfectly with a 16 oz. bag of "coleslaw mix" from the store (or a shredded half-head of cabbage and some shredded carrot) and tastes fine in 1 hour, but it should be allowed to marinate in a container in the fridge for 24-48 hours for max. taste - it will lose about 1/3 of it's volume overnight while marinating.