Where did coleslaw come from?
Coleslaw was probably consumed, in its earliest form, in the times of the ancient Romans. Since then, it has been popularly adopted in many countries, including (but not limited to) the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, Belgium, and Spain. However, the mayonnaise variety of coleslaw could not have arisen until the 18th century as mayonnaise was not yet invented. The term "cole slaw" arose in the 18th century as a partial translation from the Dutch term "koolsla", a shortening of "koolsalade", which means "cabbage salad". It was commonly called cold slaw in Britain until the 1860s when "cole" (meaning cabbage) was revived. "Cole" originates from the Latin, colis, meaning "cabbage", and is the origin of the Dutch word as well. In addition to calling it "coleslaw," U.S. Southerners also refer to it as "slaw." Today, coleslaw generally refers to the variation of the recipe with a mayonnaise-based dressing on the shredded cabbage and other vegetables. Hope I could help everyone!!
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1/3 cup Italian Vinaigrette Salad Dressing 1 Tbs. sugar 1Tbs. lime juice 8 oz packaged coleslax mix 1/3 cup golden raisins 1/4 cup thinly sliced scallions 1/4 cup chopped cilantro 1/4 cup sunflower seeds. In large bowl, combine salad dressing, sugar and lime juice. Add coleslaw mix, r…aisins, scallions, cilantro and sunflower seeds. Toss. Refrigerate at least one hour before serving. To make a cabbage serving bowl, cut a thin piece off the stem end of a head of cabbage. Cut away inside of cabbage, leaving 1/2" thick shell. Enjoy. ( Full Answer )
peel some carrots, white cabbage, onions... then grate all of them into a bowl, add some mayonnaise and stir it in and add other ingredients that tickle your taste buds. :) Have fun :P
If made with mayonaise, three days at the most in the coldest area of the frig. If made with vinegar, it may last five days.
Coleslaw is not considered a soul food. However, it is a commonfood that is featured in the Southern states. Coleslaw is a staplefood for barbecue, especially in North Carolina. Soul food isclosely related to the common foods of the South, and some dishesoverlap.
According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, it comes from the Dutch word " koolsla ." " kool" = cabbage; and " sla " = salad.
The first recipe for coleslaw appeared in a Dutch cookbook in 1770.It contained shredded cabbage, oil, and vinegar. The coleslaw thatwas know today wasn't invented until 250 years later with theinvention of mayonnaise.
You could says it's the Dutch. Like many traditional foods, there is no one inventor. Nor is there one way to make it -- you can have it creamy or with vinegar and oil. It basically developed over time. According to FoodTimeline.org: Ancient Roman cooks prepared shredded cabbage dressed with vinegar…, eggs and spices. The term cole slaw, cabbage salad, is Dutch (koolsla, which comes from the Latin caulis or cabbage). Mayonnaise -- for creamy coleslaw fans -- came along in the 18th century. ( Full Answer )
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Sure, but it is not a good idea. When you freeze it, ice crystals develop in the vegetables, and then when you thaw it, you get this mush with liquid around it. It is eatable, but it wont taste exactly like the fresh salad.
Normal Coleslaw- 1 tablespoon, or 40g is equal to 1 point. Reduced Fat Coleslaw- 1 tablespoon, or 40g is equal to half a point.
Coleslaw is a kind of a salad that the vegetables are mix together with a special sauce
With a servicing size of 1/2 c. of cole slaw, you would have 32 servings with a gallon. Of course this all depends upon how good your cole slaw recipe, and how big of a spoon you serve it.
No. Coleslaw is a raw salad. Canning would cook it, so you would not have coleslaw anymore.
yes very heathy. yes you can, but don't inhale it -as that could lead to asphyxiation. yes you can, but don't inhale it -as that could lead to asphyxiation. My Mom always believed she couldn't have coleslaw when she was pregnant or nursing. Then she looked it up on-line and some people said 'yes…' and some said 'no'. So she tried it and nothing happened so I guess I'd just say..... YES you can. ( Full Answer )
There are many regional variations. The basic ingredients are, in most cases, shredded, raw, white cabbage, carrots, pepper, onion, pineapple or apple or grated cheese. It contains buttermilk or mayonaisse, vegetable oil or vinegar
It depends on the type of coleslaw, but it would be roughly 25 to 50 calories.
It depends on what brand or dressing if any at all and what brand of salad mix.
About 20 small bowls. But it depends whether they are eating it as a side-dish, main course or as a buffet-style item.
Put in a better type of cabbage, preferably not from near the stalk, and add sugar if you want to.
Yes. The main ingredient of coleslaw is cabbage, a leafy-green vegetable similar to lettuce. a cup of raw, shredded cabbage contains 3.9g of carbohydrates, totaling 1% of your daily value of carbs. It also has only 17 calories.
I would think it would depend on the hamster... although my friend's hamster has no particular aversion to cabbage; find a hamster and offer it some coleslaw.
well if you left it out its probably going to get warm keep it in afridge
I usually make a container of coleslaw dressing and use it all week. Ive had one container for a week and a 1/2 and it was good. im sure it would last longer, ive just never tried!! :)
Adding vinegar to coleslaw helps to retain the freshness of the cabbage, ensuring it does not brown and remains crisp; it also adds flavor.
The noun 'potato' is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a vegetable, a thing. The noun 'coleslaw' is a common, concrete, uncountable noun; a word for a food, a thing.
"Cole" is a Germanic word referring to cabbage and related plants such as broccoli and cauliflower.
you check up on it in the freezer more often so its not as hard as a brick when u take it out
Coleslaw by my definition is shredded cabbage, and optional ingredients ie carrot, purple cabbage, onion. After all ingredients are in the bowl add a sauce. I use mayonnaise. Best place to look is internet recipes for coleslaw sauces. I've never heard of coleslaw in a crock pot....
in some ways yes in other ways no It is good for you if you make a healthy coleslaw with yogurt instead of mayo. Add lots of vegetables and keep it simple.
Well , Cascada herself is a bighit-songwriter named Natalie Horlor and Natalie's decision is her own choice of perferesion over fried chicken and cole slaw. Personally; I never did but i do think YOU need and hafta meet her if you want her option over fried-chicken and cole-slaw. Personally …I would pick friedchicken. To be honest coleslaw is too gross. (Yuk!) friedchicken: yum!!! ( Full Answer )
Coleslaw can be served with potatoes. Some people prefer to add potatoes, some do not. If you do want to put potatoes into the coleslaw, make sure you cook them until tender; potato coleslaw.
Coleslaw is originally Dutch in origin. It comes from the Dutch word "Koolsla". Kool = Cabbage Sla = Salad In England, "Sla" was pronounced "Slaw". Because the dish is eaten cold, the English called it "cold slaw".
It is tasty. But ask your parents if u can make it homemade then it is more lovely.
It depends on how much other food their is. If you're serving a main course where coleslaw is one of a few sides, figure most people won't take seconds (1/4th of less), meaning 1/3lb of coleslaw per person should be plenty. That would place you at around 13lbs (ish). If you're serving only one sid…e dish, and it's coleslaw, figure each person might eat half a pound, putting you at 20 lbs. If you have 6+ sides, each person might not even take coleslaw, meaning you'd need even less. 10 lbs should be plenty in this situation. So, again, it all depends on how much other food there is. ( Full Answer )
The exact recipe for Cane's coleslaw is kept private. A copycatrecipe suggests combining coleslaw dressing onions, green peppers,and shredded cabbage.
Yes, it is a heterogeneous mixture because you can easily distinguish different items in it like an individual carrot slice
A coleslaw addicted son is some one who would quite gladly replace there mount with a valve to a coleslaw making factory and would if they could bathe, eat, sleep and even take a PHD in coleslaw. You shold Mock him whenever you get the chance. Happy Family Filming By a concerned/ mortified colesl…aw addicted son watcher ( Full Answer )
Depends what else is being served. If it's a side dish, I would serve 4 oz per. So 4 servings in a pound.
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This is entirely dependent on the recipe used to make the cole slaw. Some cole slaws will have more sugar than others.
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Depends what else they are eating. A normal helping of coleslaw is 4 oz, so 3 lbs for 12 people.
Â· Some people like the crunchiness Â· Some people just like the taste Â· Some people like the different flavours of the fruit and/or vegetables Â· Some people like the creaminess
You can just make it plain but then it would be more of a salad. Some mayo is low fat. Perhaps using that or a smaller quantity would let you eat more for the same consequences.
There are various ways to use your left over cole slaw for a different meal. The best way to do this would be to cut up the salad first without dressings so you can use it in any dish later on. Stir fry, tacos, sandwiches and some casseroles are a good option to use the left over vegetables. One tha…t is popular for this is egg rolls. ( Full Answer )
Coleslaw is a common noun. Proper nouns are the unique names ofpeople, places, or things. Common nouns are the words for generalthings. If a common noun is part of a name, it becomes a propernoun. Pronouns always replace proper and common nouns.
1 bowl depending on how much the people like it if not so much maybe 1 half of a bowl. hope this helped
A simple coleslaw recipe would be to shred the desired amount of cabbage, carrot and onion, then bind together with mayonnaise. Those who are watching their fat intake could substitute the mayonnaise for a lower calorie alternative.
If its been maintained in a chilled environment and is one or twodays after it may be ok. When opening and checking the content lookfor a watery cream and also small bubbles forming. If you see thesetogether then its time to dispose of it. A slight sharp taste willalso been evident if the mayo in th…e coleslaw is starting to gooff. If its a vinigarette then its normally good for 3 days afterthe date. ( Full Answer )
Not everyone will like coleslaw, so it's best just to get a 1/3 ofhow many people are coming. So that's like 40 portions.