I used this cole slaw in conjunction with the pulled pork barbecue by this same chef and had a heavenly "out of body" experience. This combination defies description, a culinary experience not to be missed. I think this recipe would be appreciated by more than just us "Southerners". It has just the right hint of sweetness.
This is the exact recipe I have been using on my cole slaw for almost 20 years! Sometimes I use lime juice instead of lemon, and often I add a sliced green apple to the mix (add a little more sugar) which is especially good with pork. Yummy stuff!
Made this to go on fried fish sandwiches, very good flavor and the lemon has a much better flavor than the vinegar I normally use.
I HATE cole slaw, and made this for my DH, planning on going with his rating for it, but one taste, and I went back for seconds. This is absolutely fabulous, Bev, and it's made a cole-slaw lover out of me! I made it exactly as directed, with the exception of having to use celery salt instead of celery seeds (thought I had them, but didn't). This was a crunchy, fresh, tart dressing that complemented the sweetness of fresh cabbage and carrots. I'll be making this again (AND looking forward to it!) - great recipe - thanks!
I can't believe I haven't rated this already! The last summer I made this countless times. The celery seed just makes it. I added a really thinly sliced apples one time, that was great too. I will add that after making this about 20 - 30 times, it is best eaten the day made, it weeps after about 12 hours.
Excellent flavor. Used this dressing over purple and green cabbage and carrots. I think the celery seeds add a nice flavor element Will definately make this again.
This was sooo good. I will never use vinegar again for my cole slaw. I was 1/4 cup short of mayo so used 1/4 cup sour cream to make up for it and it was very good.
This sauce had the perfect balance of tangy and sweet in my opinion! I made it exactly as stated, though for my slaw, I also add a little onion and green onion. What can I say, but Great? :) Thanks Bev!
I have never really liked slaw - not the vinegar/sugar version my mom makes or Betty Crocker's creamy version. I had leftover cabbage mix from another recipe and was serving clam fritters, so the slaw seemed to "go." This dressing is just perfect. A little sweet, perfectly creamy, lemony (instead of vinegary) and just enough, but not too much, of the traditional celery seed. I will use this again! You converted me from a "hater" to a "lover," and made my family very happy.
Very nice slaw dressing. I usually make mine with vinegar and found the lemon juice to be much better.This makes a slightly tart, slightly sweet creamy coleslaw - yum!