How to make Nigerian Coleslaw

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How to make Nigerian Coleslaw

How to Make Nigerian Coleslaw like KFC– Cabbage and carrot salad (coleslaw) is a side dish of Irish origin, very common in all Anglo-Saxon countries.

The coleslaw is usually prepared with cabbage (sometimes with red cabbage), carrots and spring onion (or shallots) and then seasoned with a tasty sauce of low-fat yogurt, mustard, mayonnaise and chives.

The cabbage and carrot salad is a tasty and easy to prepare vegetarian side dish, ideal to accompany your main meat or fish dishes

Servings: 4 Persons
Time to Prepare: less than 25 minutes
Cost of Preparation: Very Affordable

INGREDIENTS

Ingredients for the salad
    Cabbage 500 g
    Carrots 150 g
    Fresh spring onion 1

for the dressing
    Low-fat yogurt 150 g
    White wine vinegar 1 tbsp
    1 teaspoon mustard
    Chopped chives 2 tablespoons
    Salt to taste
    Black pepper to taste
    Mayonnaise 3 tablespoons

Preparation

How to prepare Nigerian Salad with cabbage and carrot salad (coleslaw)

How to make Nigerian Coleslaw

To prepare the cabbage and carrot salad, start by peeling the carrots and cutting them into julienne strips (or you can simply buy carrots already cut into sticks).

Remove the outer leaves of the cabbage and cut the rest into thin slices, thus obtaining a julienne

1 . Mix the cabbage and carrots in a bowl and add the finely sliced ​​onion

2. Then prepare the sauce: in a bowl mix the low-fat yogurt with the mayonnaise

3. then add the mustard

How to make Nigerian Coleslaw

4. The vinegar

5. Salt and pepper to taste .

6. Finally add the chives

7 (keeping a little to decorate the dish).

8. Season the vegetable with the obtained dressing

How to make Nigerian Coleslaw

 9. Serve the cabbage and carrot salad on your Fried or jollof rice right away or keep it in the fridge!

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