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Is it OK to make coleslaw the day before?

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KatyMac Thu 22-Nov-18 12:10:03

As I am short of time on the day?

Cabbage, red onion and's been decades since I made it! Add mayo and that's it isn't it?

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Justmuddlingalong Thu 22-Nov-18 12:11:31

Bit of lemon juice and vinegar. I think it tastes better on the 2nd day. Like soup.

ginghamstarfish Thu 22-Nov-18 12:14:47

You can prepare the veg and the dressing separately then combine them on the day so it's 'fresh'.

Kilash Thu 22-Nov-18 12:32:11

I think it improves the next day too! Mine stays edible for 4-5 days.

KatyMac Thu 22-Nov-18 12:34:35

Thanks - too poorly atm to contemplate hm mayo

Big mistake having surgery before DD's 21st birthday party - I thought 6 weeks would be plenty!!

not that I chose my surgery date

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RaininSummer Thu 22-Nov-18 13:04:20

I would prep veg and mix it on the day as mine always seems to go more watery on the second day. Also if using red cabbage, it might go a funny colour (though I don't use lemon juice, maybe that would help).

KatyMac Sat 24-Nov-18 10:55:31

OK it's all chopped up in a bowl with cling on

Does it need to be stored in water (& drained before I add mayo)

My brain has left the building for menopause.....

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RaininSummer Sat 24-Nov-18 20:54:06

I wouldn't. I think even if the top dries a bit it will soon perk up, or be unnoticeable in the mayo. Have a great party.

KatyMac Mon 26-Nov-18 17:55:43

Well apparently my coleslaw is famous (I have no memory of this or of how I used to make it!!)

Oh dear!

Thanks all

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