Green Cabbage Coleslaw
This traditional slaw side dish can be made in so many different varieties. But the classic recipe is still a summertime favorite. Make sure to use chilled cabbage when preparing for the freshest flavor with each bite.
Looking for a sweet variation of our Green Cabbage Coleslaw? Try this! We've added in mango, parsley and lemon juice for a taste of summer all year round!
How to Cut a Mango
Don't let this juicy fruit's huge pit stop you from enjoying it. This video tells you how to cut up this tropical delight.
Not only is this slaw super easy to make, but it'll fill your kitchen with a score of scents! Sweet mango, chunky peanut butter and savory soy sauce blend together to take this slaw to the next level.
Radicchio & Blue Cheese
Take our Green Cabbage Coleslaw; add in a few tasty, textured treats like toasted walnuts and crumbled blue cheese and viola! You have a full-bodied slaw, ready to steal the spotlight at any gathering.
How to Toast Nuts
There are two easy ways to toast nuts, and this video shows you how to do both. Watch and learn!
Red Plum-and-Napa Cabbage Slaw
Dress up "Chinese Cabbage" by tossing it in a vinegar, ginger and soy sauce dressing. The plums and wasabi-flavored rice crackers combine for sweet-and-spicy flavor.
Spring Greens Coleslaw
Since this salad is mostly made up of greens, the flavors of mint get to take center stage. It's a refreshing slaw for a warm summer day.
Malt Vinegar Slaw
For a light dressing, mix malt vinegar with mayo, mustard and lemon juice. Toss the slaw in this zesty dressing and let it all chill in the fridge. Before you dive in, add the sunflower seeds for an unexpected, but totally delish crunch.
Bean & Bacon Coleslaw
You'll need three different types of beans for this recipe; wax beans, string beans and haricots verts (that's just the French name for 'green beans'). They each bring a slightly different flavor, which goes nicely with crisp bacon for a bean-tastic slaw.
North Carolina-Style Coleslaw
Like everything in North Carolina, this slaw was made for BBQ. It's slightly sweet and spicy flavor complements burgers, ribs and of course, pulled pork sandwiches.
Twists on a Dish
Gotta have more? Check out how we take one coleslaw recipe and give you nine totally different variations for it!