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Cole Slaw; the Ultimate

Cole Slaw; the Ultimate created by Suzie

Been a caterer and personal chef for over 20 yrs. This particular recipe for cole slaw seems to be the favorite of both my friends and customers. If you like a sweet/sour cole slaw then give it a try. I do our church's Roast Chicken Dinner each year before our annual festival and I always make more because there are those who like to take it home by the pint. I don't use any salt nor onion. There's ample salt in the mayo. Seemingly sometimes the onion overpowers the slaw. Then there are customers who dislike onion. You may also substitute Splenda for the granulated sugar. You may also use a lower fat mayonnaise but I think it adds a different flavor. You may also substitute the extra 1/2 cup of mayo for milk.

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directions

  • Cut the cabbage in quarters, Remove core with sharp knife.
  • Cut into 1" slices.
  • Using a food processor with the metal cutting blade place 1/4 of the cabbage in the bowl and using the pulse button, quickly pulse 35 times.
  • Place chopped cabbage in a large bowl. Add the sugar, grated carrots, minced bell pepper, vinegar, half and half or milk and mayo.
  • Mix thoroughly.
  • Cover and chill.
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"Been a caterer and personal chef for over 20 yrs. This particular recipe for cole slaw seems to be the favorite of both my friends and customers. If you like a sweet/sour cole slaw then give it a try. I do our church's Roast Chicken Dinner each year before our annual festival and I always make more because there are those who like to take it home by the pint. I don't use any salt nor onion. There's ample salt in the mayo. Seemingly sometimes the onion overpowers the slaw. Then there are customers who dislike onion. You may also substitute Splenda for the granulated sugar. You may also use a lower fat mayonnaise but I think it adds a different flavor. You may also substitute the extra 1/2 cup of mayo for milk."
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  1. invictus
    For the most part we liked this but would play around with it a bit if I made it again. I did cut the sugar in half and it was plenty sweet for us. I did think that the dressing ratio was a little high and would cut down on those ingredients next time or add more cabbage.
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  2. Suzie
    Cole Slaw; the Ultimate Created by Suzie
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  3. Suzie
    Made for Fall '09 PAC. This was wonderful! I would not change a thing. Why would I? I actually felt like a real chef when I presented it to DH to taste test. Thanks for sharing.
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  4. SarikaKisSzentem
    Cole Slaw; the Ultimate Created by SarikaKisSzentem
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  5. SarikaKisSzentem
    Been a caterer and personal chef for over 20 yrs. This particular recipe for cole slaw seems to be the favorite of both my friends and customers. If you like a sweet/sour cole slaw then give it a try. I do our church's Roast Chicken Dinner each year before our annual festival and I always make more because there are those who like to take it home by the pint. I don't use any salt nor onion. There's ample salt in the mayo. Seemingly sometimes the onion overpowers the slaw. Then there are customers who dislike onion. You may also substitute Splenda for the granulated sugar. You may also use a lower fat mayonnaise but I think it adds a different flavor. You may also substitute the extra 1/2 cup of mayo for milk.
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