A honey mustard coleslaw is a great side dish for lunches or summer barbecues. Yes, summer will be back one day! If you are preparing for lunches and dinners outside in the warmer weather then this is the perfect side for you.
What I love about supermarket reductions, like the Co-op reductions, is that you can always pick up good quality vegetables in the reduction basket.
When making this honey mustard coleslaw I managed to get some great bargains.
The red cabbage was down to just 19p and the radishes were also 19p.
To be fair, the other ingredients are stock cupboard, but are all stocked at greatly reduced prices at various discount stores like Home Bargains or B&M Bargains.
Why make a homemade dressing?
Homemade dressing is not only 100% nicer but cheaper and maybe has 4 or 5 ingredients rather than 30 on the ready made stuff.
How to make honey mustard coleslaw
I chopped up the above veg and put it to one side while I made the honey mustard coleslaw dressing.
I blended mayo, honey, mustard, white wine vinegar and seasoning.
I tend to add it little by little, but go easy on the mustard!
White wine vinegar is so cheap and it is the backbone to a lot of good dressings. Store this top tip for future because you will love it.
I made a large batch for around 50p and I promise it is cheaper than any smartprice stuff and nicer than any finest ranges.
This honey mustard coleslaw will go well with the following meals:
And if you are wanting to serve a vegetarian meal then this cheese and onion plait recipe is sure to be a winner.