Recipe by Jake Brant
"Healthy and tasty slaw."
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1 (12 ounce) container
plain nonfat Greek yogurt
skim milk, or as needed
salt and ground black pepper to taste
2 (12 ounce) packages
I like this recipe - except for the mayo - any tips on how to eliminate it and sub something else?
We loved this tangy coleslaw. It was a pleasant change from coleslaws that incorporate mayo and a good side for fried chicken.
I made this with freshly grated cabbage and carrot mix and it was really good. I did approximate measurements it and make 1/4 of the recipe. It was still pretty 'wet' and I prefer my cole slaw with not so much dressing, but the flavor was really good. As a bonus, you don't use as much mayo. An excellent side to go with BBQ chicken.
Loved it!!!! My only change was to add a bit of fresh dill.
Thank you for a fantastic recipe!
it was DEEE-LISH. i did halve the mayo tho and i added more 1% milk and vinegar but not much. probably had to do that bc we only used 1/4c mayo. i may even cut the mayo completely next time bc you don't need it. i don't like it thick but you can taste and decide consistency as you are preparing. i put in a lot of pepper also b.c i like kick. i also made it night before to let marinate longer. was worth the wait. the 30+ guests at our father's day bbq were RAVING and honestly, once they found out it was almost fat free, they used the slaw as salad dressing for the garden salad we served and we didn't even open the dressing bottle!!! the yogurt makes it a meal in its own right but as a cole slaw, that's a bonus. i ate it with spare ribs and was awesome. my hubby put some on his pulled chicken sandwich and others followed suit and loved as well. it was a big hit -- no leftovers!!! fyi- we are a relatively healthy bunch who avoid extraneous fat and grease. this slaw has tang and kick, no oily pool of yuck on your plates. it was not a hard sell to get everyone to eat yogurt and cabbage once we told them it wasn't your avg fat laden slaw!!!
I used half the yogurt. I also used more cabbage, one whole head along with a large onion and several carrots. I made a huge batch. Seems like this recipe needs more cabbage. Makes a lot of dressing even with half the yogurt. I also used sugar instead of honey and added a teaspoon of Dijon mustard. Turned out to be the the best coleslaw I've ever had!
Was really good. Did not add any milk but did add about a TBS of sugar to sweeten it just a tad without adding too much of a honey flavor.
I made half a recipe and used no fat Greek yogurt, light mayo and no milk. Definitely let sit in the refrigerator for a few hours before serving, just like with any Cole Slaw. This was tart; I felt like the honey didn't thoroughly mix with the yogurt/mayo combo. Next time I'll use a sweet non fat greek yogurt and leave out the honey, I think the flavors would mix better. This is a good, solid recipe that is easy to customize for your family's tastes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Greek Yogurt Coleslaw
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 313
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