Monday, July 02, 2007

Mustardy Cole Slaw

mustard-coleslaw

Here's another recipe from "Brunch - 100 Recipes from Five Points Restaurang", by Marc Meyer. I've made some very minor changes. It really is a very nice book, I'm really happy with it. It's a gift that keeps on giving, because Per has promised to make me brunch from it every single week. So far, we've tried the Monte Christo sandwich, a great frittata with bacon, asparagus and goat's cheese and this super-tasty mustardy cole slaw that we didn't eat for brunch.

We made this cole slaw for Ywette's birthday party - it's a very nice side, and goes well with a lot of things. I have always had a hard time with mustard, but I must admit that I like it more and more. This is really tangy, and flavorful - very different from a standard sloppy mayo cole slaw.

It's changed a bit from the original - but this version was fab.

Mustardy Cole Slaw

1/2 small head of cabbage
1/2 red onion
1 tbsp salt
3 tbsp dijon mustard
3-4 tbsp white wine vinegar
2-3 tbsp olive oil
2-3 tbsp runny honey
dash of tabasco sauce
black pepper

Slice the cabbage and onion as thinly as possible. Toss with salt in a colander and leave for half an hour.

Whish together mustard, vinegar, olive oil, honey, tabasco and pepper, and toss with the drained cabbage and onion. Season to taste with more salt, pepper, tabasco or honey. Keeps well in the fridge, if you want to prepare it in advance.

Recipe in Swedish:
Senapsstark Cole Slaw

13 comments:

Nature Nut /JJ Loch said...

Thanks for the yummy coleslaw recipe!!! My family has always made one with mustard, vinegar, and sugar.

Did you know you are a blog of note? Congrats!!!

JJ

Anne said...

Oh - wow, thanks for pointing that out! I had no idea! How very cool! :)

April's Place said...

great blog ;-) recipes are great.

MatVaruGajden said...

wow, good idea! Fortunately I've got cabbage at home.... and baked potatoes =)

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Hi Anne. I love reading new blogs, and new recipes. will definetely give this Cole Slaw a go at our next barbeque.

Pille said...

Great-sounding coleslaw, Anne! And it's nice of Per to offer to cook a recipe a week from that book:)

Gail said...

Hi Anne, I found you through Blog of Note. I'm leaving a comment because I am going to try this cole slaw recipe. Accidental or not, this recipe has no dairy (which I try to avoid). I think I'll try this for an upcoming July 4th BBQ. Thanks!

Gambits from Gail

FiKaLo said...

Hi! I found you on Blogs of Note. Like the sound of your recipes... I must say I'm feeling hungry now!

SPICE OF LIFE said...

Hi,

Like the look of the coleslaw .Though we usually cook Indian food at home ..I love experimenting and this recipe is definitely on my list :-)
Keep posting such great stuff....

karin said...

You made cole slaw for a cat´s birthday????!!!!

beth said...

I have to try tis one day! :))

Laoch/Aingeal of the Storm said...

yum! I cannot wait to suggest your recipe for a summer cook out! What a great twist on the boring coleslaw my family gets served all the time. Thanks for posting!

Ps. I just visited your blog for the first time. Love it. :)

SAF CooooooL said...

great .
l als LOVE foods