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How to Make Coleslaw Dressing

Coleslaw recipes pick up a neat momentum at summertime. It is quite befitting. After all, the slaw, as it is referred in general parlance, is a must have for barbecue chicken, sandwiches and also various other preparations served in the patio area over weekends during summer. At the base, coleslaw is nothing but shredded cabbages. At times, the cabbage is augmented with carrots. Use of broccoli is not ruled out either but its use is limited to freak once-in-a-blue-moon times. You can freeze you coleslaw and dress it with salad creams and mayonnaise as you desire.

Smart Add-Ons for the Dressing

You can use it with various add-ons like celery and poppy seed, vinegar and whip creams and mustard honey and green pepper, I recommend usage of slat spoon or wire whisks for proper stirring. However, you choose to go, the final product is a delight to the senses and one of the reasons why connoisseurs steadfastly stick to the coleslaw routine around the world.

Ingredients for the Dressing

To make coleslaw dressing, you can shred the cabbages and carrots at home. Also, you can buy pre-shredded vegetables in 16 ounce bags. For a smart dressing, all you may need is a cup of mayonnaise, 11/2 cups of sugar, 1/4 teaspoon of garlic powder, ground black pepper and onion powder. You would also require a tablespoon of vinegar.

Perfect Mayo Proportion Is a Must

Add sugar and vinegar to a bowl where you have already poured a cup of mayonnaise. Taste it and based on the thinness or thickness of the concoction or the tanginess or sweetness of it, you need to add mayonnaise. If it is thin, use mayo, if it is thick, use vinegar, the idea is as simple if truth be told. I have often found seeking the perfect proportion to be the toughest part of the job. It is needless to say that the remaining bit is a child's play.

For Out of Box Taste

Next, you need to sprinkle the other ingredients to it and fold in the coleslaw. That is pretty much about it. This recipe is good enough for 32 ounce of coleslaw dressing. You can halve or double the amount as required. You can add some horseradish and celery seeds or poppy seeds to it to create an out-of-box taste.

Whipped Cream for Mayo

Sometimes, the other ingredients remain constant and in place of mayo, a proprietary whipped cream is being used. Of course, such creams are readily available in the market and available over cheap internet rack during summertime. This brings me to another smart assortment found over the internet campus. This is the fruit and nut coleslaw.

Fruit and Nut Coleslaw

There is something special about the nut part that makes the fruits more bearable to children. Adults of course love it like the first dawn of heaven. Apart from the regular ingredients, grapes, walnuts and apples are required to bring a delectable taste to it. Palatability at its best, I bet. Some people like preparing their coleslaw dressing with white and red wine. In fact, properly mixed, wine can be a smart addition too.

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