Ready in 45 minutes
Excellent taste and very easy to make! This recipe makes quite a bit, definitely enough for a potluck or picnic. Cut recipe in half for 4 or fewer people. Keeps for up to two days in the fridge.
"Very good, i used evoo cause i dont normally stock the others. And didnt add celery seed because it already had celery didnt want the over powering celeru taste"- harpo78
Top-ranked recipe named "Coleslaw"
Put the cabbage and peppers in a spacious bowl. If stringly, peel the celery, then slice it. Chop up any celery leaves as well. Slice the green onions into rounds, and add the celery and onions to the bowl.
In another bowl, combine the lemon zest and juice, sugar, salt, pepper, mustard, horseradish, and celery seeds; stir to dissolve the sugar, then whisk in the oil.
Pour the dressing over the vegetables, add the parsley, and toss well. Cover and chill for 3 hours before serving.
Variation: Add a few tablespoons finely sliced lovage leaves to the coleslaw with the parsley and celery leaves. Just before serving, add 1 cup toasted sunflower seeds and toss well.
From "The Vegetarian Table: America", by Deborah Madison
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harpo78 1 month agoVery good, i used evoo cause i dont normally stock the others. And didnt add celery seed because it already had celery didnt want the over powering celeru taste
lisazazzarino 1 year ago
BuckyBrown 1 year agoWorst coleslaw ever! Needs some acid, vinegar would be good. Also minus the mustard, celery, and parsley. Horseradish and mustard is too much. Cilantro instead of parsley is good too.
rdh4307 2 years agoThis recipe was outstanding and the presentation of it was super. Absolutely loved it!
benitanaomi 2 years agoI left out the celery and horseradish, And did some other minor adjustments(added A whole chili) was delish,will be making it again, thanks.
philpeterman 3 years agoVery fresh taste. It's my new favorite recipe
Bud4OU 6 years agoFrom 'The Vegetarian Table: America', by Deborah Madison
lizmari 7 years agoFrom 'The Vegetarian Table: America', by Deborah Madison [I posted this recipe.]