Mom says things are plodding along in the garden - we lost a few plants while she was sick cause she forgot to tell dad to water them - but overall most things survived. What we do have though is an over abundance of cabbages and blueberries (we planted 2 blueberry bushes last year and they gone CRAZY) Now thank fully dad loves corn beef and cabbage and Mom mamkes awesome stuffed cabbage rolls but today we found something different to try - Blueberry Coleslaw! Now we know you are going to want the recipe so here it is.
1 head Savoy cabbage
1 carrot, julienned
1 pint blueberries (about 2 cups)
1 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
1 tablespoon honey
2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
the cabbage and thinly slice the onion, preferably using a mandoline on
its thinnest setting. Combine the cabbage, onion, carrot and
blueberries in a large bowl.
Add the mayonnaise, vinegar, honey,
cilantro and 1 tablespoon salt and toss to combine. Serve
immediately or refrigerate for up to 4 hours.
WOw, what an unusual combo, but I bet its delicious. No fresh blueberries here yet...we're still in strawberry season.ReplyDelete
Never heard of such a thing! Dad keeps asking mom to plant 2 blueberry bushes but he already planted a blackberry bush and mom thinks the future might look overgrown??ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
Glad most of the garden survived! That sounds so yummy, we may have to try that!ReplyDelete
That sounds good. I like coleslaw, I always add raisins and pecans.ReplyDelete
OMD that sounds soooooo delightful...ReplyDelete
NEVER heard of Blueberries in Coleslaw...
BUTT Have had Mandarin Oranges in it and WOW is THAT good...
butt we think the blueberries would be EVEN BETTER..
Do you ever FRY cabbage and onions together? THAT is good in the WINTER...
Dat is blueberry cool. Mom and Aunty D went to the NC Blueberry Festival yesterday and came home with like 87 zillion blueberries. She said dat she will have to try dis receipt. Perfect timing.ReplyDelete
Wow that one is new to us. Blueberries are not that common here and most are shipped in from Poland. We do love them so we should give that a go. Have a serene Sunday. Get some big easy in today.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
We are most impressed that you found a recipe combining blueberries and cabbage. Awesome!ReplyDelete
Wows, that is unusual! Wells, Ma does love the blueberries!! (not so much the cabbage though...)ReplyDelete
That sounds...interesting...But a really good, delicious interesting!ReplyDelete
Uhmm unusual combination but sure it must be good! Love DollyReplyDelete
That's different. BUT SHE'll eat anything with Cilantro on it.ReplyDelete
XXXOOO Bella Roxy & Dui
What no picture of the Blueberry Coleslaw? We wanted to drool! We hope you guys got to tastetest it!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
That sounds good!ReplyDelete
PS: Katie would have scarfed down those blueberries before you got that picture taken and then she would have grabbed that cabbage and run with it! She loves both!ReplyDelete
Wow! never tried blueberry cabbage coleslaw ... we might try it n use greek yogurt instead of mayo. Golden Thanks for sharing. Golden WoofsReplyDelete
crikey that sounds scrummy but what the heck is cilantro. I've NEVER heard of thatReplyDelete
Wow, what a great recipe! I've never tried anything like that. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I never tried blueberries with coleslaw, but it sounds so tasty, so I will look for blueberries. My dad is a huge fan of coleslaw and I bet your recipe will open his heart ( and his wallet, mom want's shoes lol)many thanks for a super recipe!ReplyDelete
Never heard of that before- what a great idea!ReplyDelete
How can you sit next to those berries without eating them? And the cabbage, too!??! You guys must be magic!ReplyDelete
That is one FANGTASTIC head of cabbage, it is honestly just aroootiful!! Mom LOVES blueberries and says he is going to try your recipe come summer time.ReplyDelete
Wally & Sammy