Homemade Coleslaw - Sense & Edibility (2022)

This is the best Homemade Coleslaw recipe you’ll find on the internet. Because it’s made with crisp green and purple cabbage and crunchy carrots, it’s not only colorful, it’s texturally enticing. The homemade mayo-based dressing is aromatic and creamy, with a smidge of sweetness from all-natural honey. This is definitely going to be your new favorite coleslaw recipe.

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What is Coleslaw?

Coleslaw is a dish from the Netherlands. In Dutch,koolsla,where we get the name coleslaw, means “salad of cabbage” or “cabbage salad.” That’s exactly what it is, too. Coleslaw is a salad consisting of shredded or chopped cabbage tossed in a creamy mayonnaise dressing. Notallcoleslaws contain mayonnaise, but that is the most common way to prepare it here in the States.

Coleslaw is a popular dish in the Southern states as its commonly served with Soul Food dishes like pulled pork, fried catfish, and grilled meats.

What do I need to make this Homemade Coleslaw recipe?

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This recipe requires green and purple cabbage, carrot, mayonnaise, honey, garlic, celery salt, pepper, apple cider vinegar, celery, and onion.

I use an immersion blender to create the base of the mayonnaise dressing. You can use a blender or food processor if that’s what you have.

Can I make this homemade coleslaw with bagged cabbage?

I make this coleslaw with shredded, not chopped, cabbage. I prefer to use a knife for this because it makes less dishes and takes less time. You can use a box grater- the side with the largest holes- or a food processor fitted with the grater attachment. You can also use amandoline. Please use the guard or a glove, so you don’t cut yourself.

The key to a good coleslaw is to ensure the cabbage is shredded or cut in 1/8-inch thick ribbons. Any thicker than 1/8-inch, and the texture is just off. If you shred it too thin, it will grow soggy quickly.

I use half of a small head of green cabbage and 1/4 head of the purple for this recipe. After cutting the head of cabbage in half, cut it into quarters. Cut each quarter into 1/8-inch thick ribbons across its width. The reason I use less purple is because I want my coleslaw to remain fairly neutral in color and not red or purple.

You can make coleslaw withbagged cabbagefor convenience’s sake. Buy two 8-ounce bags for this recipe. I don’t care for the bagged stuff because it’s more expensive, and they usually shred it too thin or too thick, but it works in a pinch.

How do I make homemade dressing for coleslaw?

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One of the prominent flavors of coleslaw is celery. Many people don’t know that those little flecks of brown or black are celery seeds. I don’t care for too many seeds in my dressing, so I process celery stalks with onion and garlic. Using white onion in this recipe gives it a more aromatic flavor, which I love. You can replace it with yellow onion, shallot, or green onion if you’re not a huge fan of onion flavor. The garlic is also optional, but who hates garlic??

Add the aromatics to the bowl, along with the apple cider vinegar, celery salt, pepper, and honey.

Coleslaw should have an element of sweetness to its dressing. Most coleslaw dressings contain sugar to give it sweetness. I prefer all-natural honey as it gives sweetnessanda floral flavor. Another way to add sweetness to coleslaw is to add a shredded green apple to the cabbage mixture. Yep! That apple can replace the sugar in coleslaw while also giving it texture.

Is all Coleslaw made with mayonnaise?

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Use animmersion blenderto blend the aromatics until smooth. If you have a mini food processor attachment, that’s the best way to do this. The first time I made this recipe, I did it without mine and ended up splattering myself with celery and onion.

Once the aromatic mixture is smooth, use a rubber spatula or spoon to stir in the mayonnaise.

Not all coleslaws are made with mayonnaise. A few are made with vinegar or citrus-based dressings instead. Those are more conducive to outdoor eating, but even mayo-based slaws can be eaten safely at your BBQs. Just nestle the bowl in a larger dish filled with ice water to keep it safe.

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Can I replace the mayo in coleslaw with Miracle Whip?

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*shudders*

You can replace the mayonnaise in coleslaw with Miracle Whip. Keep in mind that because Miracle Whip is a salad dressing, the finished result will taste tangier.

Stir the mayonnaise into the dressing until it’s smooth and the consistency is like a thick cream sauce. You can add more mayonnaise until it is the proper consistency if yours is a little runny.

How far ahead can I make the dressing?

You can make coleslaw dressing a week ahead and store it in a jar or container in the fridge.

Be sure to shake or stir the dressing before tossing the in cabbage as the liquid will separate.

Do I have to use two kinds of cabbage in this recipe?

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Once the dressing is smooth, add it to the bowl with green and purple (AKA red) cabbages and the carrot. Use a rubber spatula or spoon to fold the veggies into the dressing.

I like to use both green and purple cabbage for my coleslaw to give it color. You can use green cabbage alone, but I don’t recommend using only purple cabbage. Using purple cabbage to make this recipe results in a murky red coleslaw, which is not appealing.

Some other cabbages that can be used in coleslaw are Napa, Savoy, or January King, if you can find it. January King is a green and purple cabbage, so it kills two birds with one stone.

How long do I need to let the Coleslaw sit after mixing?

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After mixing the coleslaw, allow it to rest for at least 10 minutes before serving. This gives the dressing time to penetrate the cabbage and the flavors to marry.

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When you’re ready to serve the coleslaw, stir it well, then portion it into ramekins. If you find that your coleslaw is a little runny, use a pair of tongs or a slotted spoon to serve it.

What do I serve with this Homemade Coleslaw?

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Coleslaw goes well with grilled or smoked meats, as well as fried fish or chicken. Here are some of my tried and true entrees to serve with this homemade coleslaw:

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  • Try it with this Coffee-Rubbed Smoked Beef Brisket.
  • For a unique combo, serve this coleslaw alongside these Chuletas Fritas (Puerto Rican Fried Pork Chops).

How long can I store coleslaw in the fridge?

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You can store this homemade coleslaw in a covered container in the refrigerator for 3 days. After that, it will start to grow soggy and lose its crunchy texture.

It won’t last that long, though.

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Can I freeze it?

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Don’t freeze coleslaw because the mayonnaise dressing will become too runny, and the cabbage will lose its texture. This is a quick recipe that you can whip up in a few minutes, so freezing isn’t necessary.

I do hope you’ll give this Homemade Coleslaw recipe a go. It’s a staple side dish now that we’re in the thick of BBQ season. Don’t forget to pin this recipe to your sides board for easy reference later.

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Homemade Coleslaw

Marta Rivera at Sense & Edibility

This crunchy, flavorful coleslaw recipe compliments grilled meats and poultry, as well as fried fish or chicken.

Servings: 10 servings

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Prep Time 15 mins

resting time 10 mins

Equipment

  • immersion or standard blender

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Ingredients

  • 1/4 medium (1/2 cup or 63 grams) white onion peeled and roughly chopped
  • 1 stalk (1/2 cup or 45 grams) celery chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic peeled
  • 3 tablespoons (45 milliliters) apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon (15 milliliters) honey
  • 1 teaspoon (4 grams) celery salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon (a pinch) black pepper
  • 1 3/4 cups (300 grams) mayonnaise
  • 1/2 small head (4 cups or 290 grams) green cabbage shredded 1/8-inch thick
  • 1/4 head (2 cups or 145 grams) purple cabbage shredded 1/8-inch thick
  • 1 large (3/4 cup or 75 grams) carrot peeled and grated (use the large holes to grate)

Instructions

Make the Coleslaw Dressing

  • Add the onion, celery, garlic, apple cider vinegar, celery salt, pepper, and honey to a 2-quart bowl.

    Use animmersion blender or blenderto puree the aromatics until smooth. The mixture should resemble smooth salsa.

  • Once the aromatic mixture is smooth, use a rubber spatula or spoon to stir in the mayonnaise.

    Stir the mayonnaise into the dressing until it's smooth and the consistency is like a thick cream sauce, adding up to 1/2-cup more mayonnaise as needed to achieve the proper consistency.

Combine the Coleslaw

Notes

Swaps and Substitutions:
  • You can replace thewhite onion with yellow onion, shallot, or green onion if you're not a huge fan of onion flavor.
  • Add a shredded green apple to the cabbage mixture instead of honey.
  • You can replace the mayonnaise in coleslaw with Miracle Whip.
  • Replace the green and purple cabbage with just green cabbage, Napa, Savoy, or January King cabbage.
  • You can use bagged shredded cabbage for convenience's sake. Buy two 8-ounce bags for this recipe.
Tips and Techniques:
  • You can add more mayonnaise to the dressing until it is the proper consistency if yours is a little runny.
  • You can make coleslaw dressing a week ahead and store it in a jar or container in the fridge. Shake or stir just before using.Be sure to shake or stir the dressing before tossing the in cabbage as the liquid will separate.
  • The key to a good coleslaw is to ensure the cabbage is shredded or cut in 1/8-inch thick ribbons. Any thicker than 1/8-inch, and the texture is just off. If you shred it too thin, it will grow soggy quickly.
  • I don't recommend using only purple cabbage. Using purple cabbage to make this recipe results in a murky red coleslaw, which is not appealing.
Storage Instructions:
  • To store this coleslaw for serving outdoors, nestle the bowl in a larger dish filled with ice water to keep it at a safe temperature.
  • Store this homemade coleslaw in a covered container in the refrigerator for 3 days. After that, it will start to grow soggy and lose its crunchy texture.
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Nutrition

Calories: 288kcalCarbohydrates: 2gProtein: 0.4gFat: 31gSaturated Fat: 5gPolyunsaturated Fat: 19gMonounsaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0.1gCholesterol: 17mgSodium: 455mgPotassium: 16mgFiber: 0.04gSugar: 1gVitamin A: 45IUVitamin C: 0.2mgCalcium: 5mgIron: 0.1mg

Course Side Dish

Cuisine European, Soul Food, Southern

Keyword cabbage, salad

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FAQs

What is coleslaw sauce made of? ›

Coleslaw dressing is made with mayonnaise, a sweetener (such as honey), apple cider vinegar, celery seeds, salt and pepper. Some coleslaw dressings are made with dairy (buttermilk), but I don't think it's necessary and prefer this dairy-free option.

Why do people put vinegar in coleslaw? ›

A sugar-and-salt mixture purges the cabbage of excess moisture, leaving it tender, but still crunchy and well-seasoned. An equal amount of vinegar and sugar gives this slaw a tangy and sweet character.

How far in advance should you dress coleslaw? ›

Never dress slaws too early or too much or they'll lose their crunch. No more than 20 minutes before serving, add dressing in small increments; toss gently before adding more.

What is Amish coleslaw made of? ›

Amish Vinegar Slaw is lighter and tangier than a classic mayo-based slaw. Made with shredded cabbage, onion, apple cider vinegar, and dry mustard. This is the perfect quick Side Dish that you can bring along to BBQs, potlucks, and family gatherings.

What is KFC coleslaw made of? ›

There are only 3 vegetables: You can buy a bag of pre-shredded coleslaw and finely chop that, if you prefer. But keep in mind that true KFC Coleslaw only contains green cabbage, carrots, and onions, so don't use the packaged cabbage that has red cabbage or any herbs.

Do you wash cabbage before making coleslaw? ›

There's good reason: Worms or other insects could be inside the cabbage, so to be safe, remove the thick outer leaves, cut the cabbage into wedges, and rinse them in a colander under running water. Shake them dry as best as you can, then pat them with a clean cotton towel to remove additional moisture.

How do you keep homemade coleslaw from being watery? ›

To prevent this tear-jerking weeping effect, a little salt goes a long way. Place your shredded cabbage into a colander or a large mesh strainer over a large bowl. Sprinkle one teaspoon per pound of cabbage over the shreds and toss to evenly distribute the salt throughout the cabbage.

What can I use in place of apple cider vinegar for coleslaw? ›

Distilled white vinegar is a great substitute for apple cider vinegar.

How do you shred cabbage for coleslaw? ›

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Is coleslaw better the second day? ›

Generally, all coleslaw improves if it sits in the refrigerator for a couple of hours before eating. Coleslaw with a mayonnaise dressing tends to get slightly softer if left overnight and lose a little crispness, but it will still be tasty.

How Long Will homemade coleslaw keep for? ›

Coleslaw lasts 3 to 4 days in a resealable container in the fridge. If it's outside of refrigeration, you should toss it after two hours for safety reasons. How to store coleslaw? Store the salad in a sealed container and refrigerate it.

How do you make coleslaw from Colonel Sanders? ›

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  1. 8 cups finely chopped cabbage (about 1 head)
  2. 1/4 cup shredded carrot (1 medium carrot)
  3. 2 tablespoons minced onion.
  4. 1/2 cup mayonnaise (I used Best Foods / Hellmann's)
  5. 1/3 cup granulated sugar.
  6. 1/4 cup milk.
  7. 1/4 cup buttermilk.
  8. 2 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice.

Are the mashed potatoes at KFC real? ›

The mashed potato powder itself is made from dehydrated potato flakes, powdered nonfat milk, and other ingredients — so, technically, KFC does use real potatoes, but not in the way you probably mean when you ask that question.

Why did Chick Fil A quit selling coleslaw? ›

"But as our sales volumes grew, it just wasn't feasible to keep adding to the menu without taking anything away." Chick-fil-A cut cole slaw from the menu in January to make room for a new "superfood" side of kale and broccolini in a maple vinaigrette dressing.

Does KFC coleslaw have egg in it? ›

Listed Ingredients

The KFC website lists all ingredients for its cole slaw. They include chopped cabbage; carrots; onions; sugar; water; soybean oil; distilled vinegar; corn syrup; food starch; whole eggs; salt; corn vinegar; spice; apple cider; vinegar; and paprika. It also contains natural and artificial flavors.

Can you freeze coleslaw? ›

The answer is yes, you can freeze coleslaw. In fact, freezing is a great way to extend the shelf life of coleslaw and keep it fresh for longer. However, there are some things to keep in mind when freezing coleslaw. First of all, coleslaw will last for about 6 months in the freezer.

What happens if you put salt in cabbage? ›

The salt will draw out excess water from cabbage while helping preserve the crispiness.

Why is my coleslaw bitter? ›

When plant cells are broken, the oils are separated from the sugar molecules by an enzyme and released as a very bitter compound. It's a clever defense mechanism for the cabbage plant to discourage hungry foragers.

Why do you soak cabbage in salt water? ›

But a simple treatment for raw cabbage — salting — makes it just a tad more tender and considerably more flavorful while preserving its distinctive crunch. When you salt any vegetable that has high water content, the salt draws out some of the water by simple osmosis.

Do you rinse cabbage after salting? ›

The salting process does leave the cabbage a bit too salty, but a quick rinse washes away the excess salt. After rinsing, just pat it dry with paper towels and refrigerate it until ready to dress.

How far in advance can you shred cabbage? ›

If you want to shred cabbage to be used later, you can prep it ahead of time. Shredded cabbage can be kept in an airtight ziplock bag or Stasher bag in the fridge for 2-3 days.

Can you mix white vinegar and apple cider vinegar together? ›

You should be able to mix different types of vinegar, so long as they both have the same level of acidity. White and ACV are usually both 5%.

Can I substitute lemon juice for vinegar in coleslaw? ›

Vinegar Coleslaw Ingredients

You can substitute red wine vinegar, white wine vinegar, champagne vinegar, rice vinegar, lemon or lime juice.

What can I use if I don't have vinegar for coleslaw? ›

Lime juice is one of the best substitutes for vinegar. It's sour and acidic, so it will help bring out the other flavors. It does have a distinct taste, a little sweeter and more fruity than vinegar.

How do you cut onions for coleslaw? ›

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How do you cut lettuce for coleslaw? ›

You'll need a head of a lettuce (of course!) and either a knife, grater or food processor.
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Method 1: Use a Knife
  1. Step 1: Cut the lettuce head in half. ...
  2. Step 2: Cut into quarters. ...
  3. Step 3: Slice into shreds.
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Which blade do I use to shred cabbage? ›

The best food processor blade to use when shredding cabbage is called the shredding disk.

Is coleslaw healthy or unhealthy? ›

Yes, coleslaw can be healthy! The base of coleslaw is shredded vegetables (traditionally cabbage), so inherently coleslaw is vitamin- and fiber-packed and good for you. The issue is the dressing. Most traditional creamy coleslaw dressing is made with high fat ingredients like mayo and has sugar added too.

How do you spruce up store bought coleslaw? ›

Turn store-bought cole slaw into something more flavorful (here's the recipe for this slaw from Epicurious). Fruit: diced apple, dried cherries or blueberries, raisins, sliced grapes, mango or pineapple. Lemon or lime zest or a squeeze of lemon or lime for spark. Shredded carrots or diced red bell pepper for color.

How many bags of coleslaw do I need for 50 people? ›

How much coleslaw for 50 – You would need approximately 10.9 lbs of coleslaw for 50 people.

How long does fresh coleslaw last in the fridge? ›

Once a new container is opened, it keeps for between three and five days. Homemade coleslaw will stay good for three to five days. Always store your coleslaw in the refrigerator, tightly sealed. For an off-the-shelf salad, check the best-before date on the package to know how long the product will stay good for.

How long does vinegar coleslaw last in the fridge? ›

Serving and Storage Instructions

Store leftover coleslaw in the fridge in an airtight container, preferably storing the dressing and the veggies separately to prevent the coleslaw from getting too soggy. Leftover shredded veggies will last for 3-5 days in the fridge. And the vinegar dressing can last for up to 2 weeks.

How long can you store coleslaw in the fridge? ›

Even though the salad is refrigerated in an air-tight container, coleslaw should not be kept for more than three to five days and should be consumed within the stated number of days.

What's the difference between Amish and original potato salad? ›

What Is Amish Potato Salad? Amish potato salad is sweeter than your classic potato salad thanks to the sugar in its mayonnaise-based dressing. Mustard and cider vinegar balance out the sweetness and give this potato salad a unique sweet-and-sour kick.

Do you have to put eggs in potato salad? ›

Hard-Boiled Eggs — Maybe it's how we were brought up or what we're used to but, potato salad without eggs is missing something. Hard-boiled eggs add texture and extra creaminess. Fresh Herbs — The most common herbs are parsley and chives, but dill, cilantro, and tarragon all work well.

What is Amish potato salad made of? ›

Just like regular potato salad, Amish potato salad is a delectable dish made of potatoes, hard-boiled eggs, and a creamy dressing. What sets it apart is that its dressing has a deeper flavor. It's made with a combination of eggs, vinegar, milk, mustard, mayonnaise, and butter.

Is coleslaw healthy or unhealthy? ›

Yes, coleslaw can be healthy! The base of coleslaw is shredded vegetables (traditionally cabbage), so inherently coleslaw is vitamin- and fiber-packed and good for you. The issue is the dressing. Most traditional creamy coleslaw dressing is made with high fat ingredients like mayo and has sugar added too.

Why is it called coleslaw? ›

The name is from Dutch koolsla, a combining of kool (meaning "cabbage") with sla ("salad") that results in "cabbage salad."

What is the difference between slaw and coleslaw? ›

The word coleslaw can be used to mean the same thing (and slaw is often short for coleslaw). However, coleslaw typically refers to the kind made with cabbage, while slaw can refer to varieties made without cabbage, such as carrot slaw.

Where is coleslaw from? ›

Its origins can be traced back as far as the ancient Romans, who served a dish of cabbage, vinegar, eggs and spices. The Dutch who founded New York state grew cabbage around the Hudson River that they used in a shredded cabbage salad they called koosla (kool means cabbage and sla is salad).

Is it OK to eat coleslaw every day? ›

The Verdict

Yes. Coleslaw can absolutely be part of a healthy eating plan as long as you choose your dressing carefully.

Is coleslaw OK for diabetics? ›

A cup of chopped, green, raw cabbage has 5 g of carbs, according to the USDA. Eating this vegetable is an inexpensive way to add vitamin C (32.6 mg, or 37 percent of the DV) and vitamin K (67.6 micrograms, or about 56 percent of the DV) to your diabetes-friendly diet.

Is coleslaw healthier than a salad? ›

Even though both coleslaw and potato salad are filled with mayonnaise, Coleslaw is the better choice. Cabbage in coleslaw is dense with sulforaphane, a chemical that boosts your body's production of enzymes. that fight off cancer.

What do you eat coleslaw with? ›

The best things to go with coleslaw in a sandwich are meat and cheese. You can choose from deli meats, like ham or turkey; grilled meats like chicken or beef; or even hard-boiled eggs. You can also use different types of cheeses, like cheddar, Swiss, or mozzarella.

Can you freeze coleslaw? ›

The answer is yes, you can freeze coleslaw. In fact, freezing is a great way to extend the shelf life of coleslaw and keep it fresh for longer. However, there are some things to keep in mind when freezing coleslaw. First of all, coleslaw will last for about 6 months in the freezer.

Why did Chick Fil A quit selling coleslaw? ›

"But as our sales volumes grew, it just wasn't feasible to keep adding to the menu without taking anything away." Chick-fil-A cut cole slaw from the menu in January to make room for a new "superfood" side of kale and broccolini in a maple vinaigrette dressing.

What is a pulled pork sandwich with coleslaw called? ›

Carolina pulled pork sandwiches are characterized by having a thin, spicy, vinegar-based sauce for the pork. This recipe is made in the slow cooker, so it's very easy to make. And the sauce combined with the pulled pork and a simple coleslaw makes for a great sandwich!

Does coleslaw contain onion? ›

There is no fixed recipe, but typical ingredients include shredded white cabbage (red and Chinese cabbage are also not uncommon), finely chopped onions, shredded carrots, and parsley or dill leaves, with many possible additions.

Can dogs eat coleslaw? ›

Dog owners should not feed coleslaw to dogs because many ingredients, including onions and seasonings, are toxic to canines. Consuming large amounts of coleslaw can lead to serious health problems for dogs.

How can I improve store bought coleslaw? ›

Lemon or lime zest or a squeeze of lemon or lime for spark. Shredded carrots or diced red bell pepper for color. Tablespoon of capers, Dijon mustard, vinegar or wasabi for spice or tang. It's that easy!

Is coleslaw a white food? ›

In its simplest form, coleslaw is a white cabbage salad. Other fruits and vegetables such as apples, pineapples, red cabbage, and carrots may also be added to it. Once the vegetables have been shredded, a tart dressing made of oil and vinegar is traditionally added.

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