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Friday, 21 April 2017

How to make Coleslaw

Coleslaw essentially implies cabbage plate of mixed greens. It is a mix of finely destroyed cabbage, carrots and a couple of other crunchy vegetables. It is then liberally dressed with mayonnaise and serving of mixed greens cream.

It is for the most part eaten as a side dish to such nourishment's as Jollof Rice, Grilled Chicken, Moi and numerous other rice dishes.
Coleslaw is typically served chilled to permit the dressing sink into the vegetables.


  • 1 little cabbage 
  • 1 little green chime pepper 
  • ½ tin of green peas 
  • 2 medium carrots 
  • 1 medium onion 
  • 5 tablespoons of serving of mixed greens cream (ideally Heinz Classic Salad Cream) 
  • 4 tablespoons of mayonnaise 
  • ½ teaspoon sugar 
  • A squeeze of salt 


  • Every one of the vegetables should be washed. 
  • Cut the cabbage, green ringer pepper and onions into exceptionally small pieces. 
  • Rub and shred the carrots utilizing a grater, then utilize a blade to slice over the shreds to make the pieces considerably littler. 
  • Put the cabbage, green pepper, green peas, onions and carrots into an extensive bowl and blend till you get a decent blend. 
  • In a different, littler bowl, blend the plate of mixed greens cream, mayonnaise, sugar and salt. 
  • Empty the cream blend into the bowl of vegetables and mix exceptionally well. 
  • Chill and serve. 
  • Note: If you lean toward the coleslaw creamier, you can expand the amount of the serving of mixed greens cream. Don't hesitate to include a squeeze of ground pepper on the off chance that you like it fiery. 
  • Coleslaw can be eaten alone or as a side dish to Jollof Rice, Coconut Rice, Fried Rice and other Nigerian rice dishes.

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