Coleslaw aficionados were a bit askew when Chick-fil-A announced their coleslaw would be removed from the menu. Seventy One years old the classic coleslaw has graced the Chick-fil-A menu!
I have heard so many good reviews of Chick-fil-A. Alas we do not have Chick-fil-A in our area so Chick-fil-A is a road trip restaurant on the travels.
I always think of coleslaw like Thanksgiving stuffing as every family has their own unique recipe. Sometimes you take a walk on the wildside and make a different version, but there are always family members who want and chant for the tried and true family recipe. So you make two.
Coleslaw is the same way. A million different ways to enjoy this low cal and classic side dish. I’m fairly flexible with my coleslaw tastes with the exception that it must have mayo. But I love to try different versions and compare the taste tests to the family favorite and who knows one might find an addition to the family favorites.
Enjoy this is a quick and easy version of the Chick-fil-A classic coleslaw.
No, it is not like your familys’ recipe unless your last name is Chick-fil-A, but very yummy and sure to please the guests.
Copycat Chick-fil-A Coleslaw Recipe
Makes 6-8 servings
- 2 bags (14 oz each) shredded cole slaw mix, brand of your choice
- 1 cup mayonnaise, brand of your choice
- 4 tsp white vinegar
- 1/4 tsp dry mustard
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 1/4 tsp kosher salt
- In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the mayo, vinegar, sugar, dry mustard, and salt until smooth.
- Once sauce is fully mixed add in shredded cole slaw mix and fold mixture over with a spatula until fully coated.
- Cover and refrigerate for a minimum of 2 hours. Chilling overnight is preferred to let the ingredients meld.
Fun Mixing Utensil !
Have you ever tried a spurtle? I love this utensil to mix salads, mashed potatoes, fold fruits into a batter. I doubt you will be disappointed with the spurdle; I first saw the spurtle on a food show and was intrigued. One of the best additions to my cooking and baking tools ever!
Have a Chick-fil-A party platter with your own Chick-a-fil coleslaw, chicken sandwiches or chicken wraps. Make the coleslaw even lighter by using a lower calorie mayonnaise.
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