Confetti Coleslaw With Cilantro

"This recipe is traditionally called "California Cole Slaw", but I made some changes by reworking the recipe. The pretty contrast of colors reminded me of confetti, hence the name. I found the original version "California Cole Slaw" recipe while going through my deceased mother-in-laws recipes. Thought I'd make a couple ingredient changes and wala. Here's the finished product. It is even kid friendly. Hope you enjoy it."
 
Confetti Coleslaw With Cilantro created by Chef Angie S.
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  • In large bowl, add chopped slaw ingredients and stir till mixed evenly. Set aside.
  • In small bowl, add 1st 5 ingredients for the dressing. Whisk together till smooth. Add poppy seeds and mix again.
  • Pour on top slaw mixture and mix till all coated. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and chill in refrigerator at least 2 hours, prior to serving. Stir before serving.
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  1. sugarbakergirl
    DYNAMITE!!! I can't believe that no one has rated this yet? It's the perfect combination of flavors. I separated the mixture and tried one with pecans and the other without. Seriously, I can't choose a favorite! Both are equally delicious! I went and made this for an office party and everyone was asking "who brought that Coleslaw" it was a HUGE hit. Even my kids liked it! Thanks for posting!!!
     
  2. Chef Angie S.
    Confetti Coleslaw With Cilantro Created by Chef Angie S.
  3. Chef Angie S.
    This recipe is traditionally called "California Cole Slaw", but I made some changes by reworking the recipe. The pretty contrast of colors reminded me of confetti, hence the name. I found the original version "California Cole Slaw" recipe while going through my deceased mother-in-laws recipes. Thought I'd make a couple ingredient changes and wala. Here's the finished product. It is even kid friendly. Hope you enjoy it.
     
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