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What do you make with shredded cabbage and carrot, or cole slaw in a bag (without dressing)

Asked by SamIAm (8628 points ) January 28th, 2010

I have this recipe for cole slaw that is pretty kick ass – it’s simple, just mayo, sugar, vinegar, salt and pepper… so I will often have bagged cabbage & carrots in my fridge.

For times that I don’t want such a fattening, heavy salad, I will sometimes add vinegar, seasoning and EVOO. What have you had in the past? Any good recipes or ways to use this salad combination?

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YARNLADY's avatar

i would serve it with a platter of grilled sausages and sliced, buttered, grilled apples and onions.

jaketheripper's avatar

sandwich or hot dog topper

galileogirl's avatar

I would make pansit, an entree. Cook cellophane noodles, drain. Heat julienned chicken in soy + tblspn oil. Add noodles and veg. 10 minutes and dinner for 6.

gemiwing's avatar

I would chop it up a bit finer and use it in stuffed peppers along with some TVP or ground meat.

YARNLADY's avatar

@gemiwing Ummm, good idea.

partyparty's avatar

How about making soup with it. Just add an onion, some stock, and it will make a delicious lunch.

Zen_Again's avatar

A small river boat.

oreo45's avatar

it makes good eggroll filling, just add chicken or pork, fry in a pan with oil till the cabbage is soft,

filmfann's avatar

Lots of good answers here! I would make more Cole Slaw, because you just can’t have too much of that!

SamIAm's avatar

thanks everyone… there really are a lot of great answers!!! :)

phil196662's avatar

Steam it lightly and put in a pita bread or pocket bread with some sauteed chicken and some soft cheese and or pesto.

jca's avatar

you could stir fry it with some meat, rice, whatever you want.

chelle104's avatar

Wilted cabbage and carrots over broiled pork, use a bit of sweet and sour dressing to spice it up!

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