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Mayo free coleslaw

With not much in my fridge but some fresh veggies I created a mayo free coleslaw. Now this Mayo FREE Coleslaw was seriously tasty but you need to be able to have Goats Yoghurt to appreciate the recipe in full. With its mix of fantastic fresh veggies it gives a freshing change to salad or steamed veggies.

Mayo free coleslaw ingredients:

  • A mix of fresh veggies: e.g carrots, fennel, beetroot, red onion, cucumber, radishes, red cabbage,
  • 1 lemon
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Some fresh herbs – mixed but mint is great
  • 1 cup of goats yoghurt
  • 2 tablespoons mustard (check ingredients as a lot of mustard has sugar in and other things)
  • Salt and pepper

First step is to prepare all the veggies, I think you need atleast 4 types, I used: beetroot, carrot, red onion, cucumber and radish. Clean and peel and cut veggies ready to slice.

The veggies then need to be shredded ideally in a mandoline, or use the julienne slicer in your food processor. I used the thin slicer in my food processor didn’t look as glam but still tasty and fast.

Put the veggies into a mixing bowl and combine.

In a separate bowl, combine half the juice of a lemon, a glug of olive oil, any chopped herbs, goats yoghurt and mustard. Then season to taste.

Pour dressing over the veggies and mix well. Enjoy!

Credit for this mayo free coleslaw recipe goes to Jamie Oliver for his winter coleslaw recipe which I have tweaked to be Fussy Foodie friendly.

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    David Ayres
    September 25, 2012 at 10:23 am

    I am intolerant of onion and similar such as garlic chives etc. I have recently discovered this intolerance is much more common than I supposed, but as far as food manufacturers are concerned it does not exist.

    I really like coleslaw, but now all coleslaw sold in UK appears to have onion in it. In other countries such as Ireland they still make it the traditional way without onion, but not here.

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