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Creamy Sweet & Sour Cranberry Cole Slaw

This delicious Creamy Sweet and Sour Cole Slaw is a great slaw any time, but adding dried cranberries turns it into a perfect Holiday side dish too!

The dressing is tangy and sweet and flavourful.  I have never had a cole slaw dressing with garlic in it before that I know of. It is not over powering – it lends just a hint of complexity to the taste.

Our traditional Christmas dinner always includes cole slaw. I saw this recipe in a little local newspaper flyer and it immediately caught my attention.  You just never know where recipe inspirations are going to turn up.  The whipping cream/mayonnaise combination intrigued me and I wanted to try it.  Since I was thinking Christmas dinner I thought adding dried cranberries would be a perfect addition of another sweet/tart flavour.  Turns out I was right!

You can certainly leave the cranberries out and add whatever other additions you like.  Grated carrots, green or red pepper, onions are all classic additions to a cole slaw.

I couldn’t get enough of this cole slaw the first time I tasted it.  Kinda like potato chips… you can’t eat just one!

I think I have a new holiday favourite cole slaw!

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Creamy Sweet and Sour Cole Slaw with Cranberries

 

 

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Course Main Dish
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Prep Time 15 minutes
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Course Main Dish
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
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  1. Shred cabbage with a mandolin or food processor.
  2. Mix remaining ingredients in a separate bowl. Whisk until it is smooth.
  3. Mix cabbage and dressing. You can serve immediately but letting it rest 30 minutes will allow flavours to meld.
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