Mustard Slaw


Mustard is my favorite condiment.  Bill and I had lunch at Red Robin yesterday, where he watched me smear my burger with mustard.  He told me that’s as bad as putting ketchup on a hot dog, which I would never do.  




Grandpa always spread his bread with mustard, so I learned about mustard at an early age.  But then, I always loved Miracle Whip spread on white bread for an after school snack too…

Speaking of Red Robin ~ have you been there lately and noticed a $1.99 charge on your bill for Entertainment Tax?  Seriously now!

Anyway, if you like mustard, here’s your slaw ~ that’s the secret ingredient with this fantastic slaw.
Mellow yellow mustard gives the slaw just enough bite; without overpowering the slaw, like a pungent spicy hot mustard.  

Adding the combination of mayo, a little sugar, half-and-half, celery seed, and a splash of vinegar makes the dressing creamy, sweet and tangy, having a very balanced flavor.




Purchase a bag of shredded cabbage mixture to eliminate your doing the doing the shredding and/or to save time.

This slaw is perfect with burgers, fish sandwiches or on pulled pork sandwiches.  

You will be hooked from the first bite, and hopefully your mustard naysayers will too!

This is pretty tasty slaw!


Mustard Slaw
Printable recipe

Ingredients:

5 cups white cabbage, shredded
1 cup red cabbage, shredded
1 carrot, shredded
1 small onion, finely chopped
½ cup half-and-half
3 tablespoons yellow mustard
3 tablespoons cider vinegar
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 clove garlic
1 teaspoon celery seed
1 teaspoon kosher salt

Method:

Mix vegetables in a large bowl.
Blend everything else in the blender or whisk well.
Pour over cabbage and toss.
Makes 6 cups


ENJOY!




36 comments:

  1. Dear Pam, I like mustard in a salad dressing so this slaw is for me!
    The charge for "entertainment" is unbelievable!!
    I hope you have a great day my dear!! xo Catherine

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    1. Thanks, Catherine! I agree with the tax thing! Take care. Hugs

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  2. Pam, My wife loves mustard and I'm sure that both of us would like this slaw. FYI, we've given up on Red Robin anyway as we can find better burgers...but an entertainment tax?! Remember that if you do take that Smoky Mountain drive this summer, it's where we live so perhaps we could break bread together. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. I agree, Dave! There are better burgers, but it was in the area where we were at the time, and it will probably be the last time, due to the ET! We're thinking about the Smokies, and that would be great to meet you guys! Take care

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  3. Absolutely love this salad Pam, look delicious !!!

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    1. Thanks, Gloria! Have a great day!

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  4. I love mustard slaw! Such a nice flavor. Yours looks particularly good -- thanks so much.

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  5. I love mustard...s also!
    We call yellow mustard Baseball mustard..and I love that one too:) Maille..fancy..and baseball:)

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    1. Hi Monique! Perfect name for it, baseball mustard - I will remember that one!

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  6. this looks fabulous must be flavourful

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  7. Bring it on! This slaw looks great! I would love it as a topping on my burger or dog or even on the side!

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    1. Thanks, Abbe! It's great with hot dogs!

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  8. I'm a huge fan of mustard, Pam. I actually prefer mustard over ketchup on my burgers. When people comment about how odd it is I remind them that beef and mustard make a wonderful marriage:)

    I usually make coleslaw with mustard. It add such a nice pop! I especially like the gathering of ingredients in your Mustard Slaw.

    Thanks for sharing, Pam...

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    1. Thanks, Louise! Great minds think alike! :-) I never put ketchup on my burgers - mustard rules! Yes, for the pop, the tartness! Take care

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  9. Hi Pam,
    Great post and recipe of this delicious Mustard Slaw. I have had this before but never knew how to make it. I have had it on the side with many different foods, but my favorite is with a turkey burger. Have put it on top of the burger and then put the bun on top. Yummy! Thanks for this recipe...copying it so i can save this.
    Hugs Dottie :)

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    1. Thanks, Dottie! Yes, it would be great with a turkey burger. Haven't had one of those in a good while and will have to grill some soon. The slaw is a little tangy which would complement the turkey great. Hugs

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  10. Love mustard in everything, especially Creole Mustard. :) Merci beaucoup for the great slaw recipe!

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    1. Thanks, Marguerite! I love Creole mustard also and have a jar of Zatarains in the fridge. Glad you like the slaw!

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  11. Yummy! One of those classic salads that I will never get sick of :)

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  12. I must try your mustardy salad dressing! The slaw looks great, Pam.

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  13. OMG what a great slaw with mustard. i am a fan too, even on burgers :-) I do try to go for Dijon more. And all the fun flavored ones they have now.

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    1. Thanks, Evelyne! Have a great weekend!

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  14. Hi Pam, that is incredible that you were charged an entertainment charge, was there something special going on? Anyway, my husband would love this slaw, he is a mustard fiend.

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    1. Hi Cheri! No, nothing at all. Come to find out, there is a Ziosk device on each table and if you touch it to see what games,etc. there are, be prepared to pay an entertainment fee. We touched it to see what games were there, but did not play any, and were charged $1.99 for it. Unfortunately, we didn't see the charge until we had left the restaurant. It will be a while before we go back to Red Robin!

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  15. I love mustard on my vegan burgers, and I make a vegan slaw similar to yours. I would have told him mustard has no calories or sugar.

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    1. Minty, thanks, I like your thinking and will remember that! Another reason to love mustard! :-)

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  16. Mr. Ken's two faves. He would love this.
    Can you use Miracle Whip instead of Hellman's?

    M : )

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    1. Thanks, Melinda! Yes, I use Miracle Whip most of the time.

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  17. Two bucks for an entertainment tax? I never heard of such a thing. What rubbish.

    Now, onto the mustard slaw, thank you for this because you gave me a great idea. This past week I made a dairy-free mustard sauce and seeing this post, you gave me the idea to use it for a slaw. And I tell you, I would not have thought of it if I didn't see this post.

    Thanks bunches for the idea :-)

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    1. Thanks, Ivy! Yes --- see my comment just above here about the entertainment fee.
      I'm happy to hear that this gave you an idea for your mustard sauce and slaw. And I hope you like it! Have a great weekend!

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    2. I thought of you today when I picked up another head of green cabbage and more carrots. I never thought to use my bean mustard (free from dairy and eggs), this way. So again, thank you for the inspiration.

      Wow on the charge and noticing it after. What rubbish on their part.

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  18. My husband and I use a lot of mustard! I know we'd love this slaw, Pam. We have a Red Robin nearby but have never eaten at it as we have a local burger place nearby that is tough to beat and not nearly as crowded. I can't believe you were charged and didn't even play any of the games! I'd never go back either.

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