Recipe by L M KELLY
"A refreshing summer slaw that blends the flavor of peaches, savoy cabbage, red bell peppers, and pecans. I first enjoyed this slaw at a garden party in Charleston several years ago and have served it each summer since to the delight of family and friends."
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savoy cabbage, sliced
fresh peaches, pitted and sliced
red bell pepper, sliced
yellow bell pepper, sliced
chopped green onions
fresh peaches, pitted and chopped
salt and pepper to taste
fresh mint sprigs
What a knock out dish. Something totally different that was perfect at the last BBQ I attended. I've even made this without the cabbage (cut the celery seeds in half if you do. Thanks for the recipe!!
Good but after the first few bites, it was just average. Looked pretty though.
If you are looking for something different, this is the salad for you. I thought it was quite good and a number of my guests asked me for the recipe.
Liked the slaw portion of this salad, but didn't care for the dressing. The peaches are a great addition to the slaw. I thought the taste of the honey overpowered all the other ingredients in the dressing. I served the toasted pecans separately so those that don't care for them could leave them off. I'm going to try making this again and use less honey in the dressing. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
Made this for a family BBQ. Did not have savoy cabbage so used ordinary cabbage and also did not have pecans. Every one just loved it and asked for the recipe. Will definitely make again.
Total bomb with my guests - they didn't like the combination of ingredients. I actually thought it was pretty good, but you definitely have to make just enough to eat and serve it fresh or it gets soggy.
I used regular cabbage, not the savoy. Although the yellow and red peppers would have made this colorful, I just used a green pepper. I did without the onions and celery seed. The salad dressing was what really made this! Next time I can't wait to try this using the pecans and mint as called for. Today, I put cashews on as garnish.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thornehedge Peach Slaw
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 225
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