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Quick and easy Thai style coleslaw recipe


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  • Recipes
  • Dish type
  • Salad
  • Vegetable salad
  • Cabbage salad

This recipe is incredibly easy. Refreshing and delicious, it's an ideal summer side dish!

61 people made this

IngredientsServes: 8

  • 1/2 head white cabbage, shredded
  • 1/2 head red cabbage, shredded
  • 2 carrots, grated
  • 4 tablespoons lime juice
  • 4 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon fish sauce
  • 2 tablespoons sesame oil
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 50g (2 oz) chopped peanuts
  • salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste

MethodPrep:10min ›Ready in:10min

  1. Place the cabbage and carrot into a large bowl. Pour in the lime juice, rice vinegar, fish sauce, sesame oil, honey and peanuts. Stir until well blended. If using a bowl with a lid, put the lid on and shake thoroughly. Taste, and season with salt and pepper. Refrigerate for a few hours, stirring or shaking occasionally, to allow the flavours to blend before serving.

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Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(54)

Reviews in English (45)

by IBNSHISHA

I'm not usually a fan of sweet salads but this one was pretty good. Still, next time I think I halve the honey, replacing the missing half with an equal amount of soy sauce, to reduce the sweetness and increase the "Asianness" of the flavor.-19 Oct 2004

by RATSQUEAKS

Wow! I've already made this 3 times, and just got the recipe less than 2 weeks ago! Family wiped out whole bowl the first night, and asked I make again for the next night! Very easy - once you have those ingredients on hand, it is so fast to make. I took a whole jar of peanuts and chopped them (food processor) and put them back in the jar to keep handy! I put a little Cilantro in too one time, and that was tasty too! A great dish!-03 Jul 2004

by K_HUFF

THis was good. I cut back on the honey, added sesame seeds instead of peanuts like one reviewer suggested, and I added a bit of ginger. I will be making this again.-11 Nov 2004


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Like I said – these are typical ingredients that most tend to have on hand. And the dressing is easy to customize based on the flavors you want to get.

With this standard coleslaw dressing, I’m so excited to kick it up a notch and try different varieties in the coming months as we tend to have loads of BBQs and get togethers.

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Coleslaw flavor variations:

As I mentioned before, you can easily customize the flavors and seasonings used in coleslaw. Here are some variations:

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  • Barbecue Chicken Coleslaw – add &frac13 cup barbecue sauce and 1 cup shredded chicken – broccoli slaw and ramen noodles and peanuts! – Add 1 cup broccoli, ¼ cup sunflower seeds, and ¼ cup Ranch

The possibilities are endless!


Vinegar Coleslaw Dressing

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Place carrot, onion and salt in a glass or ceramic bowl, mix well. Set aside for 30 minutes.

Combine vinegar and sugar in a small heavy-based pan and stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves. Simmer, uncovered without stirring, for about eight minutes, or until reduced and slightly syrupy. Set aside to cool.

Drain carrot and onion and, using your hands, gently squeeze out any excess liquid. Place carrot and onion in the cooled syrup to pickle them lightly.

Combine pickled carrot and onion and syrup with remaining coleslaw ingredients, adjust seasoning if necessary, toss well and arrange on a serving plate.


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I made this as a side dish for my sweetheart from Alaska who had requested coleslaw to go with the moose burgers he was making. He likes relatively traditional food and I usually like more adventurous food than he. This recipe looked likely to please us both . The balance of vinegar/mayo/sugar was just right. It was excellent, we both enjoyed it.

I thought the amount of vinegar was fine. I may have thrown in a splash extra too. I had a massive cabbage from my CSA to use, so I measured 2.5 pounds of it and it made a huge amount. The shred blade on the food processor was fine for the carrots but was too fine for the cabbage. I found cutting cabbage in chunks and running through on the slice blade was best. When I initially made the cole slaw, it was way too bland, but at noted by others after sitting in the refrigerator the flavors really come together. Easy, quick and tasty -- will make again.

I agree: too much vinegar. Start with 2 Tablespoons, then add more if you want.

Way too tangy (vinegar) . . tried adding more mayo and sugar but ended up throwing most of it out.

Delish! I skipped the bell pepper as I just didn't think it would be to my liking. it certianly wasn't missing it. It was perfect with out it.

A very fresh-tasting coleslaw. I used half of an onion and skipped the bell pepper. I also used only about 1/2 cup of mayonnaise, which was great for my tastes, as I love vinegar. Plus a little salt and pepper. Received good reviews!

ps --- just realized my review didn't make any sense unless I mention adding about 1/4-1/2 tsp salt to the recipe.

The best coleslaw I've ever tasted! Next time I'll salt it first and let it sit a little then drain before adding the mayo and vinegar, but otherwise wonderful! Oh, and I used a red pepper instead of green, just for color, and added cayenne as others suggested. (I don't think the vidalia onion hurt, either)

Kind of plain but it works. I added a teaspoon of mustard.

A bit of cayene made a big difference. I use this recipe all the time when we are having barbecue sandwiches. Goes great with the pulled pork in Gourmet (rip) magazine.

Good solid coleslaw recipe, but you have to make it the day before, or at least a few hours ahead.

This was quick and easy coleslaw. I added half a head of red cabbage along with the green, and used just a pinch of sugar (as I hate adding sugar to anything). Overall a good recipe for creamy coleslaw.

This was a good, basic recipe for coleslaw. It was a bit bland so I added some more vinegar/sugar/salt and it livened it up. Not a fancy coleslaw but nice for everyone.

Very good basic coleslaw. i omitted the green pepper.

This is my favorite colslaw recipe of all the recipes on this site and I've made many. It was perfect. I made as per the recipe. The only thing I did a little different is I added about 1/2 of a very small head of red cabbage to add color. The red bled a little so the resulting slaw was a little pinkish tinged. I imagine this is perfect without the red cabbage too.

I prepared this recipe as written, and followed the suggestion to make it a day ahead. BBBoring. I added more salt. I added celery seed. Finally, I added a bit of bottled Italian dressing. Maybe, I am just not a fan of creamy coleslaw. It's back to oil and vinegar based coleslaw for me.

Simple 'Go-To' recipe for basic mayo/cabbage cole slaw. Easy to adjust to flavors and tastes too. Add some grated purple cabbage, add shredded radishes, jicama, or whatever you have, even broccoli stalks added to this recipe are great. We like a touch of horseradish when we have it with pork dishes like grilled tenderloins, or loins, and we like it with cilantro and jicama added for mexican influences. Add some shredded granny smith apples for a wonderful touch! A few times, I have omitted the sugar, added sugar syrup crushed pineapple to the recipe, and oh boy was that good! Great foundational recipe! Great on it's own, or doctored up for your flavor interests!

Omitted the green pepper bc I didn't have it. Came out great. Will be making this again.

I was looking for a mayo based cole slaw that did not load up on calories. This is it. I used half the mayo recommended and it was plenty.

This is my new go to slaw for BBQ's. The vinegar and mayo balance nicely, so its not to sweet, but the vinegar isnt overpowering. I will say on the first day its just good-ok, this really needs to be prepared the night before to get the full effect.

Fantastic. Made this for Father's Day. Everyone loved it! This will be my go to recipe for coleslaw. I did not use any bell pepper and added a bit more sugar. Great with ribs. I plan to make this many more times this summer.

This is really easy to put together, and it tastes great. I added jicama since I had one available. Prep time drops down to 5 to 10 minutes if you use a food processor to shred the veggies.

Excellent ! Everyone loves this coleslaw. Just the right seasonings !

This coleslaw is great. It gets better when chilled overnight and continues to improve with age up to 3 or so days. The green bell pepper is what really made it. I ate more of the cole slaw than the pulled pork it went with!

Nice blend of flavors, I used Napa cabbage and regular green cabbage and chilled overnight but would use a sweeter onion next time. Only had red onion and that flavor has overpowered everything else.



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