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Kohl-Slaw

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Kohl-Slaw
  • Prep Time 15 min
  • Total Time 15 min
  • Servings 8
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Kohl-Slaw

This coleslaw uses kohlrabi instead of cabbage. It's fresh, delicious, and crunchy - perfect for your next BBQ!

Ingredients

8
small kohlrabi
1
large carrot
5
radishes
2
tablespoons chopped dill
1
jalapeño
1
bunch scallions
1/2
cup mayonnaise
1/2
cup sour cream
2
tablespoons mustard
1
tablespoon cider vinegar

Directions

  • 1 Peel carrots and kohlrabi.
  • 2 Shred carrots, kohlrabi, and radish.
  • 3 Dice jalapeño and chop up scallions.
  • 4 Mix everything in a bowl. Start with less of the mayo and add more if it seems too dry, but be sure not to overdo it!
  • 5 Allow to sit at least an hour so the flavors can combine.
  • 6 Serve cold.
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Kohlrabi Slaw

As prepared by The Food in my Beard,

I have been making slaw out of pretty much anything and everything this summer.


I got tired of the standard mayo-laden cabbage coleslaw. So far, my favorite variation has been this simple “kohl-slaw” that features the misunderstood vegetable kohlrabi and the underdog of herbs: dill. It comes out fresh, delicious, and crunchy. Perfect for your next BBQ!

Kohlrabi Slaw recipe

Kohlrabi is a fun-shaped veggie! The texture and taste is sort of a cross between broccoli stems and parsnip. Pick it up this time of year at any farmers market.

Kohlrabi Slaw recipe

Peel and shred. I love using a julienne peeler for this job. A food processor works too, but using a peeler like this gives the final product more visual appeal.

Kohlrabi Slaw recipe

Kohlrabi Slaw recipe

This is after adding scallions, dill, and jalapeno.

Kohlrabi Slaw recipe

Kissed with some mayo, mustard, vinegar, and sour cream and this slaw is ready to go!

Kohlrabi Slaw recipe

Kohlrabi Slaw recipe

I served it on some pulled pork. It goes great anywhere that cole slaw works!



Dan Whalen thinks food puns make for the best recipes. He has been blogging for over 3 years on his website The Food In My Beard; check Dan’s Tablespoon profile often to try his recipes with creative international spins!
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