KFC Coleslaw



 
 

KFC Coleslaw is one of my most personal childhood food memories. As a young kid I would walk from my elementary school with my great aunt and we would stop at KFC (then Kentucky Fried Chicken) to get a chicken plate to share and a pudding cup to share. I just remember the most happy memories of our time together there, we would sit and talk and laugh.

To this day anytime I eat or make this KFC Coleslaw I think of her. I’m sure many of us have memories like this, which is why copycat recipes are also so personal. You want to recreate those memories or those long lost flavors (Like Pioneer Take-Out Fried Chicken) and anytime you succeed there is joy.

KFC Coleslaw

I’m sure you already tried KFC food, if you have, you should know how amazing their coleslaw is! This is my recipe for it! Check it out.

You’ll Need:

½ cup of mayonnaise.
⅓ cup of sugar.
¼ cup of buttermilk.
2 ½ tbsps of lemon juice.
1 ½ tbsps of white vinegar.
½ tsp of salt.
⅛ tsp of pepper.
8 cups of finely chopped cabbage.
¼ cup of shredded carrot.
2 tbsps of minced onion.

HOW TO:

Chop the cabbage and carrots into very fine pieces.

In a large bowl, mix together the mayonnaise, sugar, milk, buttermilk, lemon juice, vinegar, salt and pepper until smooth.




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