Radish Coleslaw

Want something a little different? Try this one.. it has a bit of heat from the shredded radishes. This is a favorite for a picnic, potluck or a Baked Bean Saturday night supper. From my friend, Carol.

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  • Shred cabbage, sprinkle with sugar and salt.
  • Let set for two hours or longer.
  • Turn mixture over a couple of time while cabbage is leaching its juices.
  • Drain liquid from bowl.
  • Add rest of the ingredients, toss and serve.
  • May be chilled and served the next day.
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  1. Chris cuisine
    This is the best thing I've found to make with all those radishes in my garden! It's a great change from regular coleslaw.
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  2. Gay Gilmore
    Thank you food processor. Shredding the cabbage really think is what seem to make it tender. I loved how colorful this was and how the carrots and radishes added sweet and hot dimensions to the salad. Served with "the best oven ribs" (here) for our Superbowl party. I think I might try this same salad with less mayo and just uping the sugar and the vinegar.
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  3. Bergy
    Lovely refreshing taste with a bit of a bite from the radishes. Cut the recipe back to serve 4 with no trouble. I made it in the morning and it was pefrect with dinner Thanks Barbara
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  4. Aroostook
    Want something a little different? Try this one.. it has a bit of heat from the shredded radishes. This is a favorite for a picnic, potluck or a Baked Bean Saturday night supper. From my friend, Carol.
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