Brussels Sprouts Coleslaw with a zest of a creamy horseradish flavor is a great new twist to the traditional coleslaw recipe!
I’m no coleslaw addict, but do I love eating it during the holidays! If you’re like me, when the holiday season arrives you stock up on Brussels sprouts every time you go to the store (very good reason to make this coleslaw). In this dish you will use the Sprouts in place of cabbage and make a classic yet zesty dressing that will bring you back to summer time picnics, this time with the Brussels sprouts coleslaw
Why make Brussels Sprouts Coleslaw
- It’s loaded with healthy from raw vegetables
- Brussels sprouts coleslaw can be prepared 24 hours ahead of time
- This zesty coleslaw goes well with traditional main entrees, such as turkey
Tips on making coleslaw
Horseradish. I used 2 teaspoons of horseradish in this Brussels sprouts coleslaw because that adds just the right amount of zest for my taste. Your taste maybe quite different from mine. Try the dressing first and see if you decide that you need another teaspoon (or two) of zest. I don’t think you can go wrong with some extra horseradish here. Or, you might decide that 1 teaspoon is all you need.
Sugar. I used 2 tablespoons of sugar for Brussels sprouts Cole slaw for 1 pound of sprouts. Using 1 tablespoon will still retain some sweetness in the dressing – so keep this in mind if 2 tablespoons is too excessive for your taste.
The dressing here is a combination of mayo and plain yogurt to lighten things up a bit.
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Zesty Brussels Sprouts Coleslaw
- Chop cabbage and carrots in food processor and transfer to large mixing bowl.
- In a smaller bowl, make dressing by combining mayonnaise, oil, vinegar, horseradish, plain yogurt, celery seed, garlic powder, onion powder, sugar. Taste and add salt and pepper to your taste.
- Toss dressing into cabbage mixture and stir until well blended.
- Refrigerate until chilled and ready to serve.
Nutritional information is provided as a courtesy only. This information comes from online calculators. Although whatsinthepan.com attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, these figures are only estimates.