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From the Ozark Kitchen

Sweet and Sour Coleslaw 
 
May 20, 2012 6:11 pm 
This blog has become a way for me to go back over memories of a different time and place, while most will be family recipes, some are from dear friends passed to me when i begged and pleaded, this recipe is one just like that, in honor of Betty, a dear friend and supporter for Years:

Sweet and Sour Cole Slaw:

1 medium head cabbage  sliced very thinly into ribbons
1 Medium Bell Pepper sliced thinly into slivers
1 Red (or Purple) Onion Sliced into thin slivers
1 Cup Sugar
1 Cup Seasoned Rice Vinegar  ( you can use white, or cider, but i think the rice is better)
1/4 Cup Light Oil-I use canola
1 Tsp Celery Seed
1 Tsp Dry Mustard
1 Tsp Salt
1 Tsp Black Pepper

Layer Onion, Cabbage and peppers in large glass bowl; Boil Vinegar, Seasonings, and oil and sugar, Pour over cabbage layer mixture and let set 24 hours in refrigerator, covered.  Truly Excellent and a true Ozark Memory.

 
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