Perfectly Delicious Coleslaw – (3 Net Grams)


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Perfectly Delicious Coleslaw

Cole Slaw РAnother Summer Time Favorite

Coleslaw is another one of those summertime traditions that one looks forward to and are grateful for when the heat drives us out of the kitchen. This is good old fashioned American comfort food at its best. It is all at once refreshingly crisp and tangy with those notes of sweetness in the background that make it such a welcome addition at any gathering.

Color, Flavor and Texture

There are as many variations of this classic than I care to count. What sets mine apart is that I introduce a lot of color, flavors and texture. These are elements that I think you are really going to appreciate and love. I have learned that making your food visually appealing is one of the best ways to retrain your mind set into accepting this as a lifestyle change for the better and not as punishment. Infuse it with tons of flavor and what you have is a game changer.

A Classic Reborn

The idea for this cole slaw came from making a batch of probiotic sauerkraut. I normally add red onion, but on a whim I decided to omit it and add radish, as well as some yellow and red bell pepper I had on hand. Before salting it I taste tasted it and it dawned on me that this mix might make an excellent cole slaw. Those cast of characters along with a little carrot and cabbage and a new star was born. The subtle bite you get from the radish and the sweetness from the bell peppers makes this cole slaw every bit as good and better without that high carb onion.

The big plus is that this cole slaw could not be easier to make and is here just in time for Memorial Day. To save time I buy a prepackaged coleslaw mix and then grate and chop up the rest of the veggies in a food processor. I think that you”ll find that the dressing is a¬†perfect balance of sweet and tangy with just a hint of salt in the background.

I hope you think like I do, that it is one delicious harmony of flavors and color. Always remember that low carb never has to be boring and unexciting unless you let it be. From my kitchen to yours, happy low carbing.

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Perfectly Delicious Coleslaw
There are as many variations of this classic than I care to count. What sets mine apart is that I introduce a lot of color, flavors and texture. These are elements that I think you are really going to appreciate and love. It's a game changer for sure.
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Prep Time 15 Minutes
Cook Time 2 Hours Chill Time
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Prep Time 15 Minutes
Cook Time 2 Hours Chill Time
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Instructions
  1. Place all your prepped vegetables in a large bowl. I grated the radish in the bowl so it would blend into the slaw. The one pictured is with the radishes sliced finely. You have the option to do either.
  2. Mix your vegetables together.
  3. Mix all the ingredients for your dressing and add to the slaw and toss to incorporate the dressing. Put your finished cole slaw in the refrigerator to chill for 2 hours to blend all those wonderful flavors.
  4. When it's time to serve place your slaw in a decorative bowl and then watch it disappear.
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Facts - Calculated using My Fitness Pal
Servings: 8 - 1 cup each

Calories: 77

Fat 6g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 438mg, Potassium 48mg, Total Carbs 5g, Fiber 2g, Sugars 2g,
Protein 1g, Net Grams 3g

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Mike

Mike is a proud UCLA Bruin and low carb recipe enthusiast. He resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his dog Bella. Together they are living the Dream.

2 Comments

  1. Michael, you are so amazing and so generous to care about all of us!!!

    • Thanks Randi, I failed so many times because I didn’t give myself options that would keep me motivated, on track and satisfied. And now I get to share what I’ve learned with you all. Here’s to changing the way we do low carb.

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