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Combine These Unexpected Ingredients For A Red Coleslaw You Cannot Resist
So, now that Thanksgiving has come and gone I thought I’d be able to take a breather from cooking for at least a few days. But then it dawned on me that Christmas is only four weeks away. I am hosting a major family dinner at our house for the holidays this year and I need to get to planning my meal STAT. So, the first order of business is to find some yummy side dishes that I can serve alongside my prime rib roast. I came across this delightful red coleslaw recipe and I was instantly smitten.
You guys, this coleslaw is so pretty! It combines all of the colors of Christmas into one, cabbagey bowl. Talk about a robust combination of flavors. I think I’ll be making this yummy concoction even after Santa has come and gone. The flavors are so bold and fresh and crisp. I really like red coleslaw and I think you will, too. Make sure to serve it in a festive bowl.
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Quick Tip: Sometimes, I like to toss in a handful or two of diced green peppers to this coleslaw.