Thursday, September 8, 2011

Coleslaw "Cabbage Salad"


Coleslaw comes from the Dutch word, kool; koolsla which means cabbage and lettuce salad. This word entered the English language in New York in the late 1700s. Since that time the word synonymous with coleslaw dishes complement any picnic or barbeque's in America. Foods that are often taken as a picnic is a burger or hotdog.

Coleslaw, sometimes called slaw in some American dialects, is a salad consisting primarily of shredded raw cabbage. It may also include grated carrots and other ingredients such as fruits and vegetables, apples, onions, green onions, peppers and various spices.

This Culinary can be used to make main course salads. Add sauerkraut cooked leftover meat, this salad can be easily converted into a main dish. I salmon leftovers, adding a cup of frozen peas turn a basic party cabbage.

In addition, This salad can also be used in sandwiches and wraps. Add fresh, cold slaw and crisp with a hot grilled sandwich is a good way to extend the meat and add nutrition and flavor. When grilled sandwich, you might want to make sandwiches and toast, and then carefully remove and add the salad and serve chilled. This keeps the temperature and texture of high contrast.

Other variants of cole slaw, cheese, salty, is a popular north-east of England. It contains cheese, onion, lettuce and cream instead of mayonnaise. Another variant, broccoli slaw, cabbage used instead of raw broccoli.