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Sweet Restaurant Slaw

See how to make coleslaw that tastes just like the kind you get at famous fried-chicken or fish restaurants. What is it about the creamy slaw at those restaurants that makes it taste so good? It’s a little bit sweet, a little bit tangy, and so creamy delicious. In this video, you’ll find out the secrets! This homemade coleslaw is quick and easy to make, and is also a must beside hamburgers, hot dogs, BBQ ribs and pork sandwiches, pretty much anything you can put on the grill or place inside a picnic basket. Watch the video, then get Sandi’s 5-star recipe for Sweet Restaurant Slaw.

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  • SEBC

I would use celery seed, a standard for coleslaw. I can't remember if the restaurant version has seeds or not. Of course you can personalize it the way you want it.

  • debweave

I see why the oil is included - to make it pouring consistency. I used a lemon-infused olive oil, just a tablespoon. And I love poppy seeds. This was great!

  • Eileen614

What's the point of the oil? I just add a little low fat milk to make it creamier... oil just adds so much more fat. Cider vinegar and celery salt (not regular salt) and fresh ground black pepper is my choice instead of poppy. I also add fresh diced bell pepper, whatever color I have: It adds great flavor.