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Fresh, delicious and crunchy coleslaw made with red cabbage, red onion, carrot and red pepper in a creamy dressing.
A beetroot and red cabbage coleslaw brings a lively flourish of colour and texture to these hearty baps, as well as providing a nourishing vegetable accompaniment to the lean roast beef filling. Choose wholemeal baps for extra fibre.
This recipe is really easy to make and much better than shop bought coleslaw. You can make it and keep it in the fridge for a couple of days afterwards. It goes down really well at a barbecue.
This coleslaw beats any store-bought variety in flavour and texture. Cabbage is tossed with apples, carrots, peppers, spring onions, mayonnaise, sugar and lemon juice.
A fantastic mayonnaise-free coleslaw recipe. Green cabbage, red cabbage, spring onions, carrots and red peppers are tossed in a dressing made with honey, oil and apple cider vinegar.
This is crisp and refreshing salad, perfect for a picnic or hot summer evening.
Raw cabbage is wilted down with rock salt, rinsed and then tossed with carrots, sesame seeds, vinegar and cayenne pepper for a kimchi flavour without the wait.
This fresh and tasty coleslaw is perfect for BBQ's and picnics and it's totally fat free! It's high fibre, too.
This coleslaw salad is a great for a BBQ or a light lunch. The yoghurt dressing is lighter than other coleslaw dressings.
A fresh, raw, nutritious and delicious coleslaw or salad. You could really add any organic vegetables you want. Spinach and rocket work well but I like the flavour kale adds. The cashew nuts in the dressing are optional - but they do make the dressing taste creamier.