How to Make Coleslaw Dressing
Little touches such as apple cider vinegar, suga, celery seed and other spices, added to cabbage, carrots and mayonnaise, make a professional-quality coleslaw dressing. Get expert coleslaw tips from a chef in this free video on how to make dressings.
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Hi, I'm Chris Voorhees, Executive Sous Chef here at Contemporary Catering and I'm going to show you how to make a simple coleslaw dressing. Basically for a nice coleslaw start off with some shredded cabbage, some shredded carrots. You can do like a different multicolored little shredded purple cabbage, little green cabbage. Shred those up and then for your dressing for that basically a little bit of mayonnaise. Just take your mayo, sugar, granulated white is fine. A little pinch of salt and pepper. A little touch of celery seed. A little bit of the apple cider vinegar, this is going to thin out the mayonnaise a little bit and make it a little more runny so it wont' be so tight. And it will also add a little acid to it so the flavor and what you are eating actually will stands up on your tongue a little bit. Makes your taste buds perk up if you will. And then a little seasoning concoction that I have that's called a calico spice. And it's like a ground annatto, some dill weed, a little black sesame and some other secret spices that I can't tell you about, otherwise I would be killed. Take all those things combine those in a metal mixing bowl . Take a whip to them, whip them up like that. Add in your other ingredients, the shredded cabbage, the shredded carrots, maybe even some green onions. You got a nice little coleslaw. Make a little barbecue pork sandwich. Put the coleslaw on top of that. There's lunch. My name is Chris and that's how you make coleslaw dressing.