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This is an oil free vinegar slaw with a very delicate flavour. People who do not like mayonnaise based salads are always happy with this one.

1/2 green cabbage, sliced very thin
1/4 purple cabbage, sliced very thin
2 medium carrots, grated
4 green onions, thinly sliced
handful of dried cranberries
2 Tbsp sugar
salt and pepper to taste
1/4 tsp celery seeds
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
Kraft Signature Sweet Onion Vinaigrette Dressing
handful of roasted walnuts [optional]

• Wash and dry all the vegetables.
• Thinly slice, peel, grate and chop vegetables and add to a large bowl.
• Toss.
• Add the wine vinegar and toss.
• Sprinkle lightly with Kraft Signature Sweet Onion Vinaigrette Dressing and toss.
• Mix lightly to coat.
• Cover and refrigerate for an hour.
• Before serving, throw a handful of roasted walnuts on the top.


  1. Excellent idea! (Although I love coleslaw with mayonnaise!). I have always wondered why there are so many people in Canada and US disliking mayonnaise (I don't talk about those on diet of course). Someone told me in US mayonnaise is all white and bland and very "fatty" in taste. Is it the same in Canada? (it would be similar to the Swiss mayonnaise then... this is why I always buy it in France)

  2. There are many brands on the market and the taste varies. It’s a matter of finding out what you like. Many people use miracle whip, a tangy dressing that looks like mayo but is not. I don't care for it and yet there are people who use nothing but miracle whip. My favourite is a light mayo made from olive oil.




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