Saturday, 24 August 2013

How to Make Raisin Coleslaw

Raisins are a great addition to Cereals, pastries, and my recent favorite…salads. Raisins with Corn Flakes (Check), Raisins with Oats (Check), Raisins with Cakes & Pies (Check) and finally…..Raisins with salads (Double check). The thing is, I never thought adding raisins to simple salads would taste so good but on this particular day I decided to try something different and it turned out impressively Fantabulous. It gave this simple coleslaw a burst of sugary sweetness. 

Raisin Coleslaw recipe

Prep time:  15mins
•Total time:  20mins
•Meal Type: Side dish, appetizer
Serves: 2



Ingredients:::
40g Carrot, grated
40g Green bell pepper, diced
40g Cucumber, diced
100g Cabbage, chopped
2 Heaped tbsp. Raisins
3 tbsp. Mayonnaise


Directions:::
Step 1: Soak the raisins in hot water for about 15mins till plum, Drain out the water and rinse the raisins

Step 2: Place the chopped cabbage, diced cucumber, diced green pepper and grated carrot in a bowl

Step 3: Sprinkle the plum raisins over the vegetables in the salad bowl and mix to incorporate the mixture

Step 4: Add the mayonnaise, mix and serve.

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16 comments:

  1. Dooby, I have a problem with mayonnaise and the likes(bama and co) the mere mention of it makes me want to puke and its embarrassing when I have to reject salad in public cuz of this, any help? Back to the issue, I love raisins so much! That's what I pick out in cakes*covers face* you should try fresh grapes with your cereals too! Bliss. I'll def try this! Cheers to the weekend

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    1. Hi Amaka, you could try mixing a little sugar with the mayonnaise before adding it to the coleslaw. This makes it sweeter and tastier or Better still, you could also try other brands such as heinz salad cream to give your coleslaw a sour sweet taste. Thanks for the suggestion, sounds really nice. Would definitely try it out :D.

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  2. Anonymous8:08 am

    It really looks good,but I dnt like raisins @ all.that's why I hate chocolate cake.

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    1. Anonymous2:55 pm

      Same Here. i sooooo Hate raisins too

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  3. Anonymous9:26 am

    I hate raisins with an unexplainable passion. That sweet taste makes me puke. If I really must eat fruit and fibre cornflakes den I give my self 5mins 2 pick out all the raisins in d pack leaving d other dried fruits. That's how bad I hate it. Fruit cakes are my worst nightmare.

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    1. O_o !!!! Seems like we've got more raisin haters than lovers. I used to be a picky eater too you know, but with time I out grew it. You Know what, just try this recipe out and if you still don't like it raisins....let us know ;)

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  4. nadia9:45 pm

    I looooovvvveeeeee raisins nice 1 D!

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  5. Anonymous4:05 pm

    Dobby, you are doing ɑ̤̥̈̊ marvellous job and you it all seem S̶̲̥̅Ơ̴̴̴̴̴̴͡ easy! I'm addicted τ̅☺ your blog though I'm only commenting for the first now. May I̶̲̥̅̊ suggest Ɣοu̶̲̥̅̊ do more nigerian soups? Could Ɣοu̶̲̥̅̊ do †ђε scent leaf soup of †ђε Etsakos of Edo state in particular? There are quite ɑ̤̥̈̊ variety of black soups bt I'm quite interested in this one especially. I'd just like you to do more soups and use more local names for ingredients. Once again weldone for the great job you are doing teaching and inspiring.

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    1. Thanks anon! Would start working on soup recipes. As for the scent leave soup, I've heard of it but I've never tried it. Nevertheless, I'd get a pro to do that and would put it up aii' ;).

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  6. Am definitely going to try this out soon,i have added raisins in my shopping list.thanks dobby

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    1. You are welcome nkiru :)

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  7. Wow Dobby all I can do is say weldone cos I fill I should be paying you for want I learn from this blog. God Almighty bless your hustle

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    1. hahaha!! Thank you so much Uche :). God bless you too.

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  8. Nice recipe dear namesake. I just finished making this for my family, served with jollof coconut rice and baked fish. Gosh! My hussy and kids couldn't just have enough.
    Thumbs up dobby.
    God bless u.

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    1. Glad they all loved it adaobi :). Thanks for the feedback.

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