Coleslaw Free PD Recipe

2013-07-09
Coleslaw - © ProtectiveDiet.com

This tangy coleslaw goes perfectly with a Chia Seed Bean Burger, or top a Jacked Up Pulled Pork Sandwich with this crunchy addition.

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Comments (12)

  1. posted by Teena Sorrell on November 11, 2019

    Would it hurt this recipe, if I used silken tofu?

  2. posted by trishafree on February 23, 2016

    Why do you never use the liquid the tofu is packed in with your recipes?

    • posted by Julie Marie on February 27, 2016

      The liquid that surrounds fresh tofu is a preserving liquid and is meant to be discarded.

  3. posted by Lisa Poveda on January 17, 2015

    My stevia doesn’t have a dropper. What’s the measurement of a 1/2 dropper? Thx!

  4. posted by lori h on April 3, 2014

    Julie how much E sugar would you use in this recipe?

  5. posted by stoumi on February 27, 2014

    I seem to start most of my reviews with “WOW!” but today I decided to go with amazing. I never thought I would be able to enjoy coleslaw again, but it’s Julie Marie to the rescue! The more I work with tofu, the more I am getting comfortable with it when cooking. I’ll admit the first time I blended tofu for onion dip it didn’t quite turn out as I expected. Now that I have few different recipes that use tofu, the consistency has improved and the flavor doesn’t contain that “tofu after taste”.

    To save a bit of time I bought a premixed bag of slaw with carrots in it. The recipe called for extra firm tofu and I had my doubts, since the onion dip didn’t quite turn out and I expected. That was the first time using tofu in the blender. I bought medium and extra firm and ended up using the extra firm. Glad I did, I must have blended it longer, but it came out tasting great as well as creamy. Very little tofu after taste, which is probably more important if I were to ever use this slaw at a party.

    Such a simple recipe with minimal ingredients, but tasted even better on the top of my Jacked Up Pulled Pork sandwich. I feel the flavors together were a very good combination. I did give my son and wife a bite to get their opinions, since they are the real critics. I told my son what he was eating and took a mouthful. I expected him to spit it out, since he has done that before with other foods I have made. This time he was a wide eyed and smiling. He loved the flavor. It wasn’t until I gave my wife a bit, but she thought it was spicy. Not sure why or how, I knocked it off to the apple cider vinegar. Not sure if that possible.

    Overall I will use this as a basis for other slaw based salads. Love the simplicity and flavor. Thank you much Julie!

  6. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

    I have only tried this once, and didn’t really care for it. But I grew up with a German mom and we ate coleslaw with fried bacon, salt, and vinegar. so I’ve never been big on “american” cole slaw.

  7. posted by mairead11 on August 19, 2013

    This coleslaw is delicious. Makes a fantastic side though I’m loving this on its own on a lavash bread, and as a potato topper. Fantastic!

  8. posted by Denise on July 23, 2013

    Truly the best coleslaw I’ve ever had, and so quick and easy to make!

  9. posted by Victoria Dollenmaier on July 10, 2013

    Gonna try this one tonight!

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