"Sweet-tart and crunchy, this unusual slaw is enlivened by a combination of cabbage, sugared cranberries and thin orange slices." — WINNIFRED
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oranges, peeled and thinly sliced
red onion, thinly sliced
apple - peeled, cored, and chopped
This was a delicious change to coleslaw or cabbage salad. I used dried orange-flavoured cranberries instead of the sugared cranberries and I think it worked well. I think I will use canned drained mandarin oranges next time. I made this for a Mother's Day supper and everyone loved it!
I liked that this recipe didn't use a lot of mayo.
People can't get enough of this salad. No matter how much we make, people finish it off. With no fresh cranberries, we use dried. We also add a good splash of white wine vinegar for a litle pizzazz. Make sure the cabbage is just one of the ingredients, not a major player.
Zing! I made this for a Christmas potluck dinner last night. Came home with an empty bowl. The cranberries really liven up the cole slaw while the apples balance out their tartness. It's a winner!
This is delicious and has become a favorite with family and friends. I use dried cranberries that I rough chop, because I usually have these on hand. I also reduced the amount of red onion to about 1/4 onion (which I mince) and add an extra apple.
I didn't care for the onion flavor mixing with the fruit, but I got used to it! This is a colorful salad!
I did not care for the onion and will use shredded carrots next time - otherwise very good.
I cut back on the onion, used dried cranberries, and added some chopped walnuts. My family and guests loved it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 40
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