Creamy curried Christmas coleslaw perfect for your festive table, finished off with a sprinkle of dill and a scattering of pomegranate seeds
How was everyones Christmas dinner?
I definitely made way too much!! theres still cheesy sprouts, horseradish mash and glazed carrots neatly packaged up in our fridge. Not that I’m complaining – makes for good snacking and for adding to a massive turkey and stuffing sandwich. Mash potato on a sandwich is just one of the greatest things in life isn’t it?
The few days in between Christmas and New year are the days where I continue to stuff myself with delicious food and hope that come January I won’t be too full to walk 🙂 Undoubtably there will be more friend and family gatherings as well – and all these extra folk expect to eat lots more too. A good selection of easy to make and easy to eat snacks are always welcome. Top of my list this year is a tasty, christmassy, curried coleslaw. Its crunchy and warming and with some vibrant green dill and a scattering of bright red pomegranate it really looks the part on any festive table.
Its also another prep in advance dish, and this one actually gets better if you give it a day to “rest” in the fridge. Of course this recipe is not set in stone so you can mix it up, add in or take out ingredients or strip it right back to just carrots, cabbage and mayo – whatever suits your taste. Personally I love the warmth of curry powder, the sweetness of the sultanas and the extra kick from the dijon mustard.
So lets get our fridges cleared out and some delicious coleslaw made up. scrummy 🙂