A great base for a tasty, healthy side. I'd never had shredded broccoli stalk - its flavor is so mild I think I might be able to sneak it past the broccoli hater in my house! I added a diced apple, 1/4 c. dried cranberries and 1/4 c. chopped walnut (omitting parsley). I agree with previous reviewers that the dish could benefit from more dressing. Also, I was out of plain yogurt, and vegenaise made an excellent stand-in.
May 19, 2012
July 19, 2011
This recipe is a good basic recipe that you can do a lot with. I doubled the sauce and grated the stalks from a head of broccoli (with my food processor), I also added shredded carrots. The freshly grated broccoli was much more moist than the packaged kind. I also added Craisins, purple onion, and toasted pecans. I will definitely make this again. I love that it has no mayo.
June 09, 2011
September 26, 2010
Ehhh...it wasn't bad, it was cheap, it was easy to make, and it has some healthy ingredients. That said, it's not a particularly great side, okay, but not great. I'll probably hang on the to the recipe though since the latter outweighs the former in terms of its appeal, and like I said, it's not bad. I will say that the addition of dried cranberries really helps out.
August 17, 2010
This was just OK. I think the biggest problem is that there's not nearly enough dressing, so you can hardly taste it on the slaw. If I make it again, I would increase the dressing by 50%. After tasting it, I added some dried cranberries and that added a bit more interest to the flavor.
July 30, 2010
This is a solid slaw that is incredibly easy to put together. The lemon makes it bright and the Dijon (I used a full tsp) adds some kick. I made a double batch of the dressing for the full 12 oz package of slaw, because it looked to me like the slaw would be too dry as written. Next time I might try dill in the dressing.
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