This is a GREAT standard slaw recipe! I always add celery seed to my slaws- i think it is the secret ingredient to a fabulous slaw! To make it healthier I add some fat free greek yogurt and Walden's mayo in place of the regular mayo.
Loved this coleslaw -- used both red and green cabbage -- so pretty -- I skipped the mustard but used 1 tsp mustard seeds (toasted until they popped with the caraway seed). Also used Miracle Whip (Light) instead of the mayo. Thanks for sharing this keeper!
Delish!!-I made sort of 1/2 batch...had about 8 cups of all green cabbage...so used the eyeballs to grate carrot and onion with "microplane" zester...used a homemade vegan-mayo-ishy with all the rest of the suggested mix-ins, including the fabulous caraway seeds (LOVE-YUM! )...I made it to go with mr. free-free's left-over corned beef from St Patrick's Day :) and as a prelude for a batch of ;)cultured cabbage;) I am working on...(the first hour is the same prep)- HUGE HIT!! :) Thanks again Sharon!
I loved this recipe. I'm so glad you posted it, I had a coleslaw recipe using caraway seeds that I lost. I used 1 bag of preshredded coleslaw mix, did not toast caraway seeds, used 1 cup of mayonnaise, 2 tbl. vinegar, 1 tsp. dijon mustard, 2 tsp. sugar, 2 tsp. caraway seeds and 1 small onion sliced on a mandolin and let the slaw stay in refrigerator for 24 hours. It was nice and creamy and delicious!!!............Debbie
We loved this coleslaw, and knowing the base comes from "America's Test Kitchen" via Sharon, I knew this had to be spectacular. And it is! I used both celery seeds & caraway seeds, each lending their own unique flavor to this dish. I halved this recipe (easy to do) and followed this exactly. I also loved the use of onion, and I added some green onion to the top, as I some out from another recipe. Ummm....good! I wouldn't change a thing about this coleslaw, absolutely delicious! Thanks, Sharon!