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German Coleslaw

German Coleslaw

"This recipe has been handed down through generations of German families in northern Idaho. Everyone around here makes it. It's good served either warm or cold."
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25 m servings
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  1. In a large bowl, combine cabbage and onions. In a saucepan, mix sugar, vinegar, celery seed and salt; bring to a boil. Add oil; return to boiling and cook until sugar dissolves. Pour over cabbage; toss gently. Chill.

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This is just like the recipe my gramma makes for me. But like she, and others on this site have suggested, you don't need that much oil. I used 1/4 cup and a little less sugar, with great resu...

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Nice flavor, love the celery seed. I'd recommend thoroughly draining after pouring the liquid over the cabbage and green onions. I think I will reduce both the sugar and the oil content next tim...

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This is just like the recipe my gramma makes for me. But like she, and others on this site have suggested, you don't need that much oil. I used 1/4 cup and a little less sugar, with great resu...

Very pleasant flavor and a no-fuss preparation, so this earns a 5-star. I followed the recipe with no changes and the end result was just what I was hoping it would be - a non-creamy slaw with ...

I made this last night using red cabbage.I had cider vinegar on hand and it was great.I halfed the recipe,like some suggested and added a carrot.It was so pretty! My family loved it!

This is delicious! I cut way back on the oil--I used just 1/4 cup, as other reviewers suggested, and it was just right. If you like a sweet slaw, as I do, I do not recommend cutting back on th...

This recipe has excellent flavor and is a great alternative to coleslaws with lots of mayo. However, I agree with the other reviewers that the sugar and oil in the dressing can be cut back with ...

I wouldn't suggest dropping the sugar or vinegar but yet the oil, seems a bit much for this recipe but still great, I also used a preshreded bag and there was way lots of dressing left over. I s...

I like vinegar coleslaw better than the creamy style. I think this is the best vinegar version I've had. I used a 16oz bag of coleslaw mix but there was too much dressing.

I love this type of coleslaw. A good substitude for my friends russ's--he passed away and took the recipe with him. His recipe was had a lot of oil as well so this one seemed very close. Made ...

This recipe makes a great coleslaw. I found it a little on the sweet side, and like others suggested I will use less oil next time. It still tasted super. I highly recommend it!

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