Lighten up this creamy slaw by using Greek yogurt and l0w-fat mayo instead.
If you're not a fan of mayo-based slaws, coat shredded cabbage with a citrusy vinaigrette instead.
Because no one can ever say no to Ranch.
You know the drill: If there's Sriracha, people will follow.
Mango adds a tangy bite to this fresh and creamy slaw.
Make the transition from hot summer days to chilly September nights with this fall-inspired slaw.
The secret to transporting slaw without it falling apart or getting soggy? Layer ingredients separately!
Here's an option for the cabbage-haters: Grill radicchio with chopped pineapples for a sweet, smoky flavor.
When it comes to coleslaws, the more color, the better. Exhibit A.
Take a cue from a typical Thai takeout order and add peanuts, rice wine, and cilantro to your shredded cabbage.
Psst! There's flavorful broiled fish mixed into this coleslaw, so it's hearty enough to stand on its own.
Smothered with a creamy Lemon-Poppy Seed dressing, this homemade slaw delivers on both flavor and crunch.
Fresh rhubarb has a short season — April through June — so enjoy it while you can!
This recipe deserves a gold star for presentation alone.
Coleslaw also works as an effortless weeknight-friendly side. Pair it with broiled salmon for a hearty dinner that's ready in just 10 minutes.
Hands down, our favorite use for that waffle iron.
Tangy shredded cabbage and melt-in-your-mouth pulled pork remind us that there is such a thing as a perfect match.
Spice rookies, this one's for you!