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Saturday, February 25, 2017

Klunker's confetti slaw

Klunker's confetti slaw

I don't know why I love slaw so much.  In my whole life, I can recall one time that I had some that I just didn't like.
I think the sweet cabbage along with a delicious dressing just makes it taste amazing.  I used to make it with sour cream, but those days have passed.  Now, I put my delicious mustard dressing.  It pretty much goes with everything but your dress shoes.  (although I have not tried that yet, so I cannot say for sure)

It is a lot of ingredient, but with the help of a food processor, this whole recipe comes together fast.  Of course, with many recipes, it gets better if it sits in the fridge for a while.
So, if you are looking for a delicious side dish, this one may fit the bill.

Ingredients (the veggies are not exact.  Just eyeball it)

1/2 head of green cabbage, cored 
1/2 head of red cabbage, cored
1 medium head of broccoli, cut small enough to go through your processor feed)
1 small jicima peeled and cut into quarters
1 medium red apple (type is your choice)
1 large red bell pepper, cut into 4 pieces, seeds removed
1 large, or two small shallots, peeled
1 cup of baby carrots, or 2 medium carrots (peeled)
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. ground coriander
1/2-3/4c Klunker's mustard dressing
**You will also need a large bowl, a food processor, and two wooden spoons to mix***


These are the two blades I use (well, same attachment, but different sides) One is the shred (top) the other is the slice (bottom)


ABSOLUTELY NO COMMENTING ON THE WATER SPOTS!!!


You will want to shred the following: Carrots, shallot(s), jicama, apple. 
The remainder will be on the slicing blade. (cabbages, bell pepper, broccoli)
As you slice/shred each veggie, put into your large bowl.


When you are done shredding/slicing, sprinkle the veggies with the coriander and garlic powder.


Add the mustard dressing


Now, take the wooden spoons and mix everything together.  Take your time and make sure everything is mixed and blended well.  
You can eat right now, but honestly, if it sits for a few hours covered, it will taste so much better.  (plus, it is better cold)
**You can add more dressing if you think it needs it, but I would wait until it has sat for a while, and you stir it around again.***
STUFF YOUR FACE! :)


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