I need help finding a good slaw recipe, please!

Discussion in 'Pork' started by forktender, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. forktender

    forktender Meat Mopper

    For some reason I can't seem to pull up any searchs on this forum.
    Can one of you point me to a good Slaw recipe ?
    Thank you.
    Dan[​IMG]
     
  2. meat magician

    meat magician Smoke Blower

    Best homemade slaw I've tried;

    Instead of a head of cabbage I just buy a bag of pre-cut slaw and then make the dressing.
    SERVES 10
    8
    cups finely diced cabbage (about 1 head)
    1/4
    cup diced carrots
    2
    tablespoons minced onions
    1/3
    cup granulated sugar
    1/2
    teaspoon salt
    1/8
    teaspoon pepper
    1/4
    cup milk
    1/2
    cup mayonnaise
    1/4
    cup buttermilk
    1 1/2
    tablespoons white vinegar
    2 1/2
    tablespoons lemon juice
    1. Cabbage and carrots must be finely diced.
    2. (I use fine shredder disc on food processor.) Pour cabbage and carrot mixture into large bowl and stir in minced onions.
    3. Using regular blade on food processor process remaining ingredients until smooth.
    4. Pour over vegetable mixture and mix thoroughly.
    5. Cover bowl and refrigerate several hours or overnight before serving.
     
  3. fire it up

    fire it up Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Hey Dan, posted this over in your butt thread but I'll put it here as well.

    Here is the slaw recipe I use all the time.
    No mayo and no ketchup. Slightly sweet and white vinegar based.

    One bag coleslaw mix or a medium head of cabbage and some shredded cabbage (I usually just buy the mix).
    Half an onion diced, red or white
    1-2 stalks celery chopped up (optional)
    1/2Cup white sugar
    1/2Cup white vinegar
    1/4Cup vegetable oil
    1tsp salt
    1 1/2tsp dry mustard
    black pepper to taste

    Mix coleslaw mix or cabbage with carrots and onions.
    Pour sugar over top and toss, set aside in the fridge (or prep this right before you pour liquid on)
    In a small saucepan mix the remaining ingredients and bring to a boil.
    Allow liquid mixture to cool completely. Once cooled pour over coleslaw mixture and toss.
    Let sit for at least 24 hours or up to a week tossing at least once a day.
    Drain excess liquid right before serving and enjoy.
    Everyone who has tried this loves it and it is amazing on top of pulled pork sammies.
     
  4. meat magician

    meat magician Smoke Blower

    Do you guys like to put the slaw on your pork sandwiches? I though it was the nastiest sounding idea ever until I tried it and now I won't eat a pork sammie without slaw on top![​IMG]
     
  5. fire it up

    fire it up Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    I'm not even a fan of slaw myself but I'll be damned if I will eat a pp sammie without it on top.
    Just something about the sammie and slaw, a match made in culinary heaven!
     
  6. forktender

    forktender Meat Mopper

    Thanks a bunch .
    Yup right on top of the PP it's great!
    Dan
     
  7. pops6927

    pops6927 Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator Group Lead OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    We have it on home made sloppy joes too, it's great! We don't eat enough to justify making it anymore with the kids gone, however; we just buy ½ lb. of it at the deli, just right for a meal. If we get the chance we love the KFC slaw and will stop and pick up a container of it; Popeye's is good, too - will probably get some tonight, have to stop and get their drum and thigh for 99¢ special they have every Tuesday; 4 bucks and you got an 8-piece bucket of chicken on the cheap! Then save the slaw for Wed. night sloppy joes.
     
  8. forktender

    forktender Meat Mopper

    Damn Pop's your making me hungery........LOL[​IMG]
     
  9. My slaw recipe is pretty simple.

    Half head of cabbage. Chopped very fine (not shredded - like you'd chop an oinion)
    1 small oinion fine chopped.
    1 medium carrot peeled and finely grated
    1 eating apple, peeled and grated/
    about 1/4 tsp cbp
    2 tsp honey
    And enough mayo to just give a very light coating.

    for an extra colourful mix use half white cabbage (green) and half pickled red :)

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  10. irishteabear

    irishteabear Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

  11. forktender

    forktender Meat Mopper

    Thank you very much for all of the great idea's[​IMG]
    Dan
     
  12. I've been using the one as IrishTeaBear posted for about 15 years now, it is the only one I make and everyone loves it.
     

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