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1 Be sure cabbage and carrots are chopped uo into very fine pieces (about the size of rice).
2 Combine the mayonnaise, sugar, milk, lemon juice, vinegar, salt and pepper in a large bowl and beat until smooth.
3 Add cabbage, carrots, and onion, mix well.
4 Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving.
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cardicook 2 months ago
Meishak 8 months agoEasy and good!! Used on top of pulled pork sandwiches.
garej704 1 year ago
pookie7474 1 year agoHad this tonight with pulled pork, it was delicious!! A fantastic coleslaw recipe!
alinaustim 1 year agoMade this recipe, very good! Love it! Abd so do my little munchkins :)
cinrafter 3 years agoWish I could include a photo of my 19# head of cabbage from my garden. Triple the recipe and just use 1/2 of the head. Very good recipe!
kayemmdee 5 years agoThis is *exactly* the same as the KFC Cole Slaw recipe in The Treasury of Top Secret Recipes cookbook by Todd Wilbur (copyright 1993). I should know because I have made this recipe for years after discovering it in that cookbook. It is a great coleslaw recipe which is hugely popular in my family, when I serve it to guests, or when I bring it to a pot luck. It's also delicious with either pineapple chunks or drained, crushed pineapple added. Since I don't often use buttermilk other than when I purchase it for this recipe, I make a large batch of the dressing and freeze it in smaller portions to use later. Then, when I want coleslaw, I don't have to worry about having buttermilk on hand. I just defrost a small container of frozen dressing, chop the vegetables, and I'm ready to go.
Grecco 5 years agoThis is not only the best slaw I've ever made, but the best I've ever had. It was perfect added to some pork shoulder sandwiches and it also held it's own as a left-over side dish.
firstname.lastname@example.org 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]