Corky's Memphis-Style Coleslaw

Corky's Memphis-Style Coleslaw created by PaulaG

I got this out of a newspaper several years ago and have used it many times for family get-to-gethers. Don't leave anything out!

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  • Place cabbage, carrots, green pepper and onion into a large bowl. Set aside.
  • In another bowl, mix together all of the remaining ingredients.
  • Pour over the vegetables and toss well to combine. Cover the coleslaw and refrigerate for 3 to 4 hours for the flavors to meld.
  • Stir again before serving.
  • NOTE: When I use packaged cabbage, I use 2 packages and chop it a little finer with a chopping blade.
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"I got this out of a newspaper several years ago and have used it many times for family get-to-gethers. Don't leave anything out!"
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  1. joshua F.
    This isn't Memphis style nor is it Corky's slaw this is an abomination and as a southerner it offends me.
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  2. adopt a greyhound
    Good coleslaw. I only had 1 hour to refrigerate but was still good. Served it with Recipe #13982.
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  3. Ginger Kid
    This had a great flavor. I omitted the carrots and bell pepper as I didn't have them. Turned out a little too wet(maybe because I left the other veggies out) Next time I may double the cabbage as I like it less soggy. Still was extremely tasty.
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  4. Lets Cook Lisa
    Over the top coleslaw! We loved it!
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  5. PKG178
    This dressing is out of this world! It tastes so refreshing. I've made this with bagged coleslaw, and then shredded the cabbage myself with a food processor. The bagged coleslaw I think leaves a bitter aftertaste. The flavors are much nicer and fresh when you shred the cabbage yourself. Thanks so much for sharing!
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