Cole Porter Slaw
This coleslaw recipe is a sweet change from the norm.
This coleslaw recipe is a sweet change from the norm.
Absolutely FABULOUS. After making this, I don't think I can ever eat store bouught again. I didn't have some items so I substituted. I used rice wine vinegar, red onion, garlic aoili mustard and dark brown sugar. I think the buttermilk and mustard really makes this recipe special.Read More
This was pretty good, although I didn't have everything. I subsituted apple cider vingar for Balsomic and Dijon mustard for Goldens. It was a nice twist. I gave this 3 stars cause I didnt have everything, I'm sure this would deserve 5 if I did.Read More
Absolutely FABULOUS. After making this, I don't think I can ever eat store bouught again. I didn't have some items so I substituted. I used rice wine vinegar, red onion, garlic aoili mustard and dark brown sugar. I think the buttermilk and mustard really makes this recipe special.
I have been looking for a decent cole slaw recipe for ages and this is the closest to being the best (so far). I used half and half instead of buttermilk and I used green onion instead of a regular one. I also added diced red pepper and poppy seed. It turned out good but next time I would add about a tablespoon more brown sugar and mayo.
I had to use no added sugar soy milk since I did not have buttermilk and it still came out great! My husband loved it too!
This coleslaw is amazing. The dressing is tangy and has a bit of a pop from the dijon. Many of the commentators didn't use buttermilk, I think the buttermilk is definitely great in this. The only change I made was to make my own cole slaw mix from fresh veggies - 1/2 a very small red cabbage, 1/2 a medium green cabbage, and 2 good sized carrots. I used an 1/8" slice on the mandolin for the cabbage and the julienne setting for the carrots. My husband took a taste before dinner and asked me why we ever buy cole slaw from the store. We won't anymore.
This was excellent! I didn't have buttermilk so used 2% milk and used 1/4 cup non-fat plain yogurt and 1/2 cup light mayo instead of the 3/4 cup mayo in the recipe. Will definitely use this recipe again!
Deeelicious! Made it exactly as written, except i only had dark brown sugar. I do not like cole slaw that is too sweet, and this was a nice balance between tangy and sweet. This is my go-to cole slaw recipe from now on. YUM!
Bursting with flavor! My father is a self proclaimed cole slaw connoisseur, and after tasting this recipe he will never go back to any other cole slaw. The apple cider vinegar really does give it that extra zip without overwhelming the dish.
I was very leery of the brown sugar, but after it was all mixed it tasted wonderful.
Made it as written. Came out great! This recipe is a keeper.
I had to make some changes, based on what I had, but I thought this was great! I used white sugar instead of brown and white vinegar instead of apple cider (I didn't have either of the ingredients, unfortunately.) I thought the mustard added a nice tang and the onion was a nice, but not overpowering touch. I will certainly make this again - thanks!
My husband said, "Throw your other coleslaw recipes out & keep this one." Used whole milk mixed with cider vinegar & it was fine. Scallions or green onion gave it a milder flavor but have also used Vidalia. You may store it in a jar for future use on a busy day. I also use whatever mustard I have on hand with great results.
This recipe is delicious!!! I think it's hard to find a great recipe for slaw.. Every one is different.. However this one is perfect!! It did taste better the longer it marinated..
This is good! I used it as a base. I didn't have buttermilk so I used 3 tbsp light sour cream and about a teaspoon of Half n Half. I left out the onion but added about a half teaspoon of celery seed, something I remember my mom doing. Tea
I made this Atkins-like by using stevia and only 1T brown sugar. Also, had only balsamic vinegar. It turned out great!
Really good! Nice mix of favors. There were no leftovers so next time I will double the recipe.
Delicious slaw. I used less sugar than called for.
Easy and delicious! Took this to our small group and one of the ladies who said she normally doesn't eat coleslaw said it was good.
It's perfect just the way the recipe states to make it.
BEST coleslaw ever! Even my kids beg me to make it!
This is one of the better slaws I've made. Very refreshing addition to a meal.
Great as it is! It has character! Next time I will decrease the brown sugar in half as I prefer slightly less sweetness and I will add poppy seeds for eye appeal. Better than any other Cole Slaw recipe I have tried! Thanks!
Made the dressing as written and it was delicious. I finely shredded green and red cabbage and used matchstick carrots, which is much better than bagged coleslaw mix!
Pretty darn delicious! Made it per instructions with the exception of buttermilk. I Figured it had enough vinegar and making some for three tablespoons wouldn’t be worth it. I used heavy cream instead. Much more tastier than my recipe! Oh, and I added raisins. You have to let them plump back up though.
Great flavor-everyone loved it. I reduced the amount of mayonnaise to half a cup and used the kind with olive oil.
I made the slaw exactly as written but added craisins cause I've always liked them in my slaw! Love this recipe! I will continue to use this as my coleslaw recipe. Thank you for posting this recipe!
This was a huge hit at my Thanksgiving party but I found it a bit too tangy. Next time around I'll only use 2 tablespoons instead of 3.
I tend to be a little iffy on cole slaw...I love this one!!!
This is my new go-to recipe for traditional-style cole slaw. The mustard gives it 'pop', while the apple cider vinegar comes through subtly by nicely. I used yellow mustard instead of dijon (for the kids)...it worked great, but I want to try the dijon. I also left out buttermilk (didn't have any handy) and used coconut sap sugar for the sweetner. Personally I'll back off on the sweetner next time and perhaps add a tiny bit more vinegar.
Really enjoyed this. Creamy sauce; not too tangy, just right. I served it with a pulled pork on a bun.
This was pretty good, although I didn't have everything. I subsituted apple cider vingar for Balsomic and Dijon mustard for Goldens. It was a nice twist. I gave this 3 stars cause I didnt have everything, I'm sure this would deserve 5 if I did.
This is so delicious and easy to make love it.
Really good. It becomes saucier the longer it sits. My mom loved it.
This recipe is absolutely perfect just as posted. Tastes amazing!
Best cole slaw I have ever made and eaten. I switched 1/4 cup of the mayo to Miracle Whip.
This was a good recipe. I will be using it again. One nice twist I learned from a local restaurant is to add a few roasted peanuts to the Cole slaw. Yum!
I followed the recipe exactly and it was delicious! We had it with pulled pork and baked beans. I wouldn't change a thing.
I will likely add about half the apple cider vinegar next time. Delish!
This was so awesome and easy! My husband made it to put on top of the Slow Cooker Pulled Pork with root beer and it was perfect! This will definitely be our coleslaw recipe from now on. We made it exactly as it said (surprisingly, we had everything on hand).
Absolutely deliscious!!! Everyone loved it and wanted the recipe. The only change I made was instead of buttermilk I used natural yogurt.
It was good but it was a little too tangy for us. I added sugar but it still didn't quite do it for us. It might have been due to our wine vinegar so I might try this recipe again with different vinegar.
I personally wasn't a huge fan of the Dijon taste, but my guests seems to enjoy it. Thank you!!
Him: What did you do differently to the coleslaw?? Me: I decided to try a new recipe. Him: Throw out the old one!! I used a bag of regular slaw mix and one of broccoli slaw; didn't double the recipe (didn't change anything else), and it was fantastic!! I'll never use the "old recipe" again!
Really good! and since milk mixed with vinegar makes buttermilk, you can just use regular milk and an extra splash of vinegar. I didn't have fresh parsley on hand so I used the fresh basil that I did have. Used packaged broccoli slaw and it all worked out just fine. Will make this again and again.
Yes I did not have butter milk used half and half and 1/8 of a cup of sugar.
It was just okay!, I will not make it again.
Very tasty addition to our bbq.
It's was real good. Way better than any restaurant's. I sub the butter milk with sour cream and added celery. Even my 4 year old ate all if his serving.
Simple and yummy! I added a hearty shake of black pepper to the creamy mixture and (based on other recipes) a squirt of fresh lemon juice over the top at the end , mixed to combine.
Made this for family (parents, sister, husband, daughter) and there was maybe 1/2 cup left. Everyone loved it…which has never been said of any other slaw recipe I made in the past.
Our favorite cole slaw recipe. I use slightly less sugar and use reduced fat buttermilk (that’s all I can ever find in the store). It’s even better the second day.
I made this recipe exactly according to the recipe except I had to substitute milk for buttermilk because I didn't have any. This was my first time to make cole slaw and it was delicious!
I chopped up couple of pieces of bacon and added to it. Excellent addition to our Lobster rolls last night.
Real similar to the one I make. Question I have is why did you put Cole Porter name on it. This is not a recipe that he used. He is a relative of mine and the family knows nothing of him using this recipe. Just curious....
I followed the reciple, however I didn't use buttermilk, and I added red cabbage as well as a bit more carrots. It turned out amazing, and I'll never go back to store bought!! Thanks for sharing :)
great recipe!!! never will buy store bought slaw again!
(second review) I made this as written a few days ago and it's fantastic, but today I added some dried cranberries to the leftovers and it's next level!! ??
This coleslaw was very good. My husband is the coleslaw connoisseur, but he gave it only 4 stars. I'd make it again, though.