Coleslaw never goes out of fashion! It is great for barbecues, potlucks and parties with a range of recipes including different vegetables and dressings.
This coleslaw is different to the garden variety version with mayonnaise. It has very little fat and a fabulous peanut butter, chilli and coriander flavour.
This is a Latin-inspired coleslaw dressed with lemon and olive oil. It's great side salad for any occasion or with leftover barbecued meat in tortilla wraps.
From the Dutch koolsla, coleslaw is a salad of shredded cabbage mixed with mayonnaise. It is the archetypical picnic and barbecue salad.
This take on creamy coleslaw salad has a little cucumber, red onion and tomato for added colour and flavour. A favourite at barbecues as a side dish.
Coleslaw is a great side dish with barbecued meats but it can be a little repetitive. Try this version with caraway and mustard seeds for extra zing.
Cranberries and oranges add a tartness and beautiful colour to this change from the usual coleslaw.
Shredded savoy, red and green cabbages mingle with carrots and spring onions in this crunchy salad.
This is my favourite Summer salad. It is fresh, raw, simple, quick, easy, nutritious, satisfying, refreshing and absolutely delicious! This simple slaw is a good balance of vegetables for me. But you could really add anything you wanted. Spinach and rocket work well. I just love the nutritional density and texture of kale. You could just toss these vegetables with a generous amount of olive oil, lemon juice and Celtic sea salt if you need to make this recipe nut-free.
If you like spicy food, you'll love this Asian-themed coleslaw. It also makes a great filling for fresh spring rolls.
A nutritious, balanced meal that's easy to throw together in a pinch. This has a chickpea sauce that you can use in other dishes as well.