Jicama, Carrot, and Green Apple Slaw
Flavorful take on an old bbq standby. Other seasonings can be added as well, depending on preference. I find that chili powder adds a nice kick. Serve right after tossing if you prefer a nice crunchy slaw or let marinade in the fridge for an hour before dishing up. Great with grilled veggies, Mexican style corn on the cob, and smoked chicken breast.
Tangy Ranch Apple Slaw
Tangy coleslaw with a hint of sweetness. Diced walnuts or slivered almonds can be added just before serving. Add 1/2 teaspoon celery seed if desired.
A delicious recipe, add 1/2 cup of grated coconut and you'll have a delicious coconut coleslaw!
Waldorf Cabbage Salad
My dad always made this for Thanksgiving and Christmas. He called it Waldorf Salad, but it is really a cabbage salad 'Waldorf style'.
Sweet-tart and crunchy, this unusual slaw is enlivened by a combination of cabbage, sugared cranberries and thin orange slices.
Easy Apple Cabbage Slaw
Delicious sweet-and-tangy slaw! The perfect topping for a pulled pork sandwich or as a garden-fresh summer side dish.
Apple Jicama Coleslaw
This crispy, crunchy, and extremely refreshing coleslaw recipe features an under-utilized vegetable found in almost every large American grocery store's produce section. I'm talking about jicama.
Purple Apple Slaw
Pretty and delicious, too! The combination of the purple cabbage (a little sweeter than the green) and the apples is awesome. The dressing is my Grandma's recipe. You will be sure to impress your guests!
Marinated Mexican Fish Tacos Slaw
I love coleslaw but I don't love the fat and calories from mayonnaise. This slaw is light, fresh, and the perfect topping for fish or shrimp tacos, or it can hold its own as a side dish. Every time I make it I'm asked for the recipe! The Granny Smith apple is the key ingredient that sets this apart from other slaws of this type.