close -up of mayo-based coleslaw
The Sweet Additions Sunny Anderson Uses To Upgrade Coleslaw
Coleslaw is highly customizable, and Food Network's Sunny Anderson suggests adding golden raisins and Granny Smith apples to give the salad a sweet-savory balance.
Anderson describes the end result as "crunchy, creamy, bright, and tangy." She also uses apple cider vinegar in the dressing to add a delectable tangy sweetness.
To try her recipe, mix mayo, sour cream, apple cider vinegar, a pinch of salt, ground black peppercorns, and celery seeds to make the coleslaw dressing.
Add golden raisins, or the regular kind if that’s all you have. Combine all the ingredients in a medium-sized bowl and mix everything with a silicone spatula.
Use a knife, food processor, or mandolin to thinly shred a head of savoy cabbage. Combine it with shredded carrots and one or two cored, sliced, and shredded Granny Smith apples.
All the shredded produce to the bowl of dressing and toss the salad until everything is evenly coated. Serve immediately and store any leftovers in the fridge.