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Thread: ISO Freezer Cold Slaw Recipe

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    Senior Member Bonnie's Avatar
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    I had a recipe for freezer slaw years ago, but can't find it now. Does anyone have a recipe to share. Thanks in advance.

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    I found a few recipes by Googling.
    Sounds good. I've never heard of freezer cole slaw. I'll have to make some.

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    sounds good, will google and see if I can find some recipes for us

    I love recipes from Taste of Home and here is one for you

    http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Freezer-Coleslaw-4

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    Thanks Craftybear, that one sounds a little more like the one I used to make. I did find one on cooks.com but didn't sound like I wanted. I have an over abundance of cabbage out of the garden and was looking for ways to use it up. Thanks again

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    I got this recipe a year or so ago from another board member...

    Freezer Slaw

    2 qts. cabbage (shred)
    1 T Celery Seed
    1 t. salt 1 Lg. Onion
    1 Carrot (shred)
    1 1/2 t Mustard Seed
    1 Green Pepper

    Mix all of the above together.

    2 C. Sugar
    1 C. Vinegar
    Stir until disolved. Pour over cabbage & put in containers & freeze. Leave in freezer about a week. Take out & thaw & enjoy!!

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    Hmm this sounds like something hubby might like.

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    I'll see if I can find mine, another one of my grandmother's and it's very much like MinniKats. It even keeps just in the fridge for a few weeks and the cabbage doesn't turn to kraut. Great for summer picnics and pot lucks, no mayo to worry about spoiling.

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    I make my coleslaw about like everyone else. Shredded cabbage, chopped green or red bell pepper, shredded carrots. Sprinkle with salt. Let set one hour. Bring to a boil: 2 cups sugar, 1 cup vinegar, 1 teaspoon celery seed, 1 teaspoon mustard seed. Boil 1 minute and let cool. Drain cabbage. Pour vinegar mixture over and refrigerate. I make mine and leave in the fridge until it is gone. But it can be frozen if you want it that way. We like it fresh. I also use splenda instead of sugar since I am a diabetic.

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    Frozen Slaw

    1 cup Vinegar
    1/2 cup Water
    1 1/2 cups Sugar
    1 teaspoon Celery Seed
    1 teaspoon Mustard Seed
    1 medium Head Cabbage, shredded
    1 Carrot, shredded
    1 tablespoon salt

    Mix together the first 5 ingredients in a large pan and bring to a boil. Boil for one minutes and then cool. While this is cooling, shred the vegetables into a bowl and mix in salt. Let stand for one hour. Squeeze out all the liquid from the vegetables. Put vegetables into freezer container and cover with the vinegar mixture. Freeze. Thaw before serving.

    This is great on hot dogs and hamburgers.

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    Thank you everyone. I did a batch and got it in the freezer today. Will do another batch or two tomorrow. Sure tasted good before going into the freezer.

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