Thai inspired cole-slaw

“Beloved by any name, we call it coleslaw, cole slaw, or slaw. The way we make it depends on where we grew up or what cuisine we’re creating. Regardless, a slaw’s tangy, acidic vinegar slices right through its accompanying fatty meat…” Chowhound

cabbage slaws


veggie slaws


slaw dressings


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13 Comments on “Slaws both Cabbage & Other

  1. Pingback: Slaws both Cabbage & Other | homethoughtsfromabroad626

  2. I just made one this week with the Dole recipe on the bag…should have made one of yours. It had sour cream in it but I think it would have been better with just mayo.

    • I add a dab of sour cream or Greek yogurt sometimes. I think the cabbage in the bags is much dryer so the dressing doesn’t water as much so too much thick stuff ends up gloppy. With freshly cut cabbage there’s more water so I make the dressing as thick as possible. 🙂

      • I started eating it when my mom came to live with me and I still eat it though I also use it to make okonomiyaki (Japanese cabbage pancakes). Bagged coleslaw mixes are a great labour saver.

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