Tam O' Shanter Coleslaw
photo by CarolAT
- Ready In:
- Lightly toss together, the first 4 ingredients.
- Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
- Pour salad dressing over and toss to coat.
- Chill thoroughly.
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When I was a little girl, Tam O'Shanter was the restaurant we always went to for birthdays and other celebrations. So, of course I had to try this coleslaw. It tasted just like I remember the Tam O'Shanter coleslaw tasting. It is just delicious, and not at all sweet like so many coleslaw recipes. Thanks for the memories!
What a great coleslaw recipe. It is so easy to make and has a great flavor and texture with the Italian salad dressing and peanuts. To save a bit on the calories, I used a Light Italian dressing. I also used Penzeys Seasoned Salt where the recipe called for seasoning salt. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
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