Recipe by Shalvie
"This is a different twist on coleslaw that goes over really well. It is based on a recipe I found in a cookbook but I found it was much simpler to make this way and people seemed to like it better as well."
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red wine vinegar
1 (8 ounce) package
green onions, thinly sliced
sunflower seed kernels
I made this following the receipe and it was really good! Ialso made a custom version for me. Insted of canola I used olive oil, low sodium soy sauce, splenda, omitted the almonds and sunflower seeds. I sprinkled with chow mein noodles and it was awesome. I like this more than the mayo version cole slaw!
This is an interesting recipe. I loved the combination of almonds and sunflower kernels with the cabbage. I cut back the sugar to 3 Tbsp because 6 just seemed way too sweet, and I used closer to 12 oz. shredded cabbage and it was still a very moist salad. I'd make this again because mayo-based salads are so repetitive, but I may have to keep looking for that perfect vinegar-based salad.
Wow, incredible. I made it sugar free using baking Splenda and the entire family loved it. I didnt have time to refrigerate it, so I put the bowel in the freezer while the bison was on the grill and it tastes great.
I LOVE THIS! I DID CHANGE IT A LITTLE; I ADDED RAISINS, 1/3 CUP; & USED OLIVE OIL. THANKS FOR SHARING
Best mayo free coleslaw I have ever made! You won't miss the mayonaise; the flavor is delicious.
This was a big hit with my family! I will make it again.
This is an excellent dressing for a slaw!! We omitted the sunflower seeds (preference) and used half cabbage and half shredded kale from our garden. Wow...I'm sure this will be a new favorite. I think it would also be excellent with cranberries or a tart apple.
This recipe is going to be my go recipe for pot lucks!
Another delicious salad! I'm on a quest to use all that is in our fridge. This was a great recipe to use up the half-head of cabbage. I also used up the last of the carrots by shredding them and adding them to the mix. I prepared this in the morning, adding the almonds and the sunflower seeds and served it at dinner time. I did replace the 6 TB of sugar with 4 TB of Stevia and it worked well for our tastes. This could easily become a main dish meal by adding grilled chicken or shrimp. I served this with 'Sweet and Spicy Grilled Shrimp' and 'Stuffed Pea Pods', both from AR. Thanks, Shalvie for sharing your recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mayo Free Cabbage Salad
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 172
** Calories from Fat: 123
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