Top Rated Coleslaw Recipes

Al Gagnon was an intuitive chef who relied on sight and taste, not measuring cups, to make delicious food. The cooks at Red's Eats have preserved this approach, as this coleslaw recipe attests. 
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Coleslaw
Coleslaw is a lunch favorite, but try this quick and easy recipe instead of your go-to if you want to switch things up.This recipe is courtesy of *Bellinda* via Food.com.
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Coleslaw with Apples and Mint Recipe
A fresh, slightly Asian-inspired twist on traditional mayo-filled coleslaw, this recipe provides just the right amount of crunch and flavor. Sweet apples help balance out the tanginess of the limes, while the brightness of the mint adds an extra layer of depth.  This recipe is great for tailgating because it can be made ahead and then dressed right before you head to the game (try to add the apples at the last minute too, so that they don't brown).  Click here to see New Twists on Tailgating Recipes. 
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Cabbage
A lighter coleslaw that's made with non-fat Greek yogurt to add thickness without extra fat and calories. 
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4.5
ColeSlaw with Pickled Raisins
This coleslaw is creamy and delicious, with pickled raisins adding a delightful sweet-tangy note. This recipe is courtesy of The SeaShack at The Standard High Line in New York City.
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4.5
Create a creamy, delicious coleslaw — with just a tablespoon of mayonnaise — with the help of Greek yogurt.    Click here to see more recipes that use Greek yogurt.
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4.4
This salad recipe is fast, fresh, and full of crunch and flavor, without being full of calories. With a few simple ingredients and endless room to spruce it up, it's a perfect weeknight, last-minute, or anytime meal, side, or starter.
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4.25
I made this coleslaw for our little July 4 barbecue. It is based on a recipe from the Joy of Cooking. Of course that one has a lot of unhealthy ingredients like sugar, white vinegar, and mayonnaise, so mine is slightly different. It’s a new twist on everyone’s old favorite. And yes, you have permission to make it with green cabbage instead of purple. 
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This coleslaw uses light mayonnaise, fresh citrus, ginger, and Green Jalapeño Pepper Tabasco Sauce for a healthy and flavorful dressing that is poured over fresh cabbage and vegetables.  Click Here for 15 Ways to Use Tabasco at Your Barbecue
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Honey-Mustard Coleslaw
The moment JR and I bit into pulled pork sandwiches with Tangy Barbecue Sauce, we knew there absolutely had to be a coleslaw recipe in this book to accompany them. Cabbage has a habit of shrinking once you douse it in dressing, so don’t be alarmed by the quantity of chopped cabbage when you start this recipe. If you don’t have a bowl quite large enough to handle all of the prior-to-having-shrunk cabbage, you can work in stages, or use a large stockpot instead. If you’re working in stages, add half of the cabbage to your largest bowl, add the dressing, and then work in the remaining cabbage. In fact, if you find that you must use this method, that is the most complicated moment of executing this recipe. Quickly, quickly, it comes together, and oh, it goes so darned well with those pork sandwiches. And any other summer party or barbecue food, for that matter.
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Slimming World
Coleslaw is really the most underrated thing on any plate of barbecue. This recipe brings out the fresh, crisp, vegetable flavors of crunchy cabbage.This recipe is courtesy of Slimming World.
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Asian Coleslaw
Serve this crunchy salad as a side with lettuce wraps, tacos, or even burgers at a barbecue. The sweet and tangy flavor complements almost anything! See all coleslaw recipes.
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