Coleslaw With Apples and Feta

Coleslaw With Apples and Feta created by Engrossed

A little twist on regular cole slaw. Cook time is chilling time.

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3hrs 15mins
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  • Put cabbage, apple, carrot, onion, green peppers, and ONLY 1/4 cup of the feta in large bowl. Toss to mix.
  • Make dressing in a seperate bowl by combining oil, vinegar, mustard, sugar, celery seeds, salt and pepper; whisk to blend well.
  • Pour dressing over cabbage mixture and toss together to coat well.
  • Cover with plastic wrap and chill for 2 - 3 hours; toss again and sprinkle top with remaining 1/4 cup feta cheese.
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"A little twist on regular cole slaw. Cook time is chilling time."
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  1. smellyvegetarian
    This is great! I only made half a recipe b/c I assumed my 3 year old wouldn't touch it, so imagine my surprise when he asked for more "apple salad" :)! I have to admit that I used thinned plain yogurt instead of oil, as I like creamy coleslaw. I also used goat cheese which may have been a bit creamier than feta but was still delicious. For some reason I kept thinking about sunflower seeds as I ate this, so next time I think I may try putting some in. Thanks so much, Parsley! This is definitely a keeper. Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag.
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  2. smellyvegetarian
    This is great! I only made half a recipe b/c I assumed my 3 year old wouldn't touch it, so imagine my surprise when he asked for more "apple salad" :)! I have to admit that I used thinned plain yogurt instead of oil, as I like creamy coleslaw. I also used goat cheese which may have been a bit creamier than feta but was still delicious. For some reason I kept thinking about sunflower seeds as I ate this, so next time I think I may try putting some in. Thanks so much, Parsley! This is definitely a keeper. Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag.
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  3. Debber
    What an interesting twist on cole-slaw....the feta cheese, I mean! I would've never thought to add that, but now it makes PERFECT sense! Oh, and the Dijon, too! On the other hand, I left out the celery seed as that (IMHO) doesn't add anything helpful! Ick! To each his own!!! I took this along on to a group camp-out, and found that most of the children didn't care for the feta, while the adults did. So...how surprising was that? :-) I'll be making this one again sometime--I think I'll try it out on my very German-coleslaw-loving-mother! *ZWT4 Greece*
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  4. Gerry
    Needing to come up with some new Coleslaw recipes to use for family reunion time I gave this one a try. A half recipe made a good amount for us - making the whole recipe will make for a generous amount of great tasting coleslaw for a crowd. It's so colourful with the feta adding to the salad. The dressing was great. This is now in my Salad Collection.
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  5. bigbadbrenda
    I enjoyed this with Spicy Pork Loin I made half the recipe and have enough for tonights supper. Made for ZWT4 for the Chic Chefs.
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