How to make it

  • Toss all ingredients together and let set at least 1 hour, if possible, to let flavors meld.
  • *here are some examples of great side dishes: BBQ? Try Ranch dressing. Mexican theme? Southwest Ranch or a Chipotle based dressing. Asian based meal? Try Sweet and Sour dressing with Dijon. A soup and sandwich bar? Green Goddess works great. Try Poppyseed for a ham dinner. Italian meal? A creamy or oil based Italian, of course, but also a 3 cheese works great. Pizza? Try a Catalina or French. Roasted chicken works well with a Caesar. So many options! :)

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    " It was good "
    steepens ate it and said...
    Bought the slaw, but didn't have the dressing to go with it. So, went to your page and found this one... worked great. I did make a mistake... hehe... i halved the recipe, but added a full measure of Dijon Mustard. It was real strong, so i cut it with honey. 8) deeelish.
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  • elgourmand 7 years ago
    What's in coleslaw mix, beside cabbage? Nope, ain't got no coleslaw mix in Samoa. Not to worry, I'll make up my own. RJ
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  • chefmal 7 years ago
    *Snickers* Good save! Everybody loved it, I'm sure. Next time I'm in a bind, I'll remember this.
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  • jkirk 8 years ago
    This sounds good, and the picture looks nice and creamy.
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  • pleclare 8 years ago
    Sounds yummy!
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