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Sunday, June 08, 2008
Yes, this is not a food blog. But since some of you might want to try preparing a coleslaw, I decided to share my coleslaw experiment. Oh, how my family enjoyed it.

I had prepared the same in the past but unlike this one, I used very few ingredients (carrots, cabbage, and mayo) before. That was eleven years ago when I do it only to satisfy my craving and not for anything else. The other day, just out of the blue, my husband asked me to make one. And he wanted it to be something special. Since we were having lechon kawali for lunch that day, I thought that would be perfect as a side dish. And so I set out to make one right after having breakfast. Like I've said, it was great and my family loved it.

I started by cutting into thin strips 1 carrot, 1 small cabbage, 1 onion, and 1 apple. To make this step easier and faster, I used a mandoline. I then prepared the dressing by adding equal proportions of mayonnaise and full cream milk, mixed until creamy in consistency. To the dressing I added around 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1/4 teaspoon of garlic powder, salt and pepper. I then poured the dressing mixture into the vegetables then finally I added raisins. I mixed them all up, stored in the refrigerator for an hour or two to let the flavors to develop before serving it to lunch. It's perfect!

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posted by Amelyn R. Rafael,MD @ 3:55 PM   2 comments
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