I was afraid that the horseradish would be too much but it wasn't and was balanced out well. I think the recipe is missing a measurement though, it just says 1/4 celery seeds I think that's supposed to be 1/4 teaspoon? That's what I used anyway and I don't think you'd want to use more than that. And actually I might just use celery salt next time and reduce the regular salt.
Jul 4, 2013
I think this is exactly like Famous Dave's!
Dec 1, 2010
Very Good coleslaw. Love the zing from the horseradish. Fast and easy to make.
Apr 2, 2009
I made this recipe for a party and everyone loves it!!!
Jan 22, 2008
I am sure this is a great recipe for coleslaw but it is not like famous daves where I live. The resturant version has no celery seed or red cabbage and I am postive it has crushed pineapple dried parsely and chopped onion. I am sorry to say I do not have the recipe either.
CDKitchen Note: Just FYI: Some restaurant chains vary their recipes based on local/regional preferences so that could be the difference (they also sometimes change their recipes over time so copy cat recipes could be from an older menu).
Jul 3, 2007
Loved this recipe, did not have horseraddish, but did have chinese hot mustard, dry with wasabi. Now this was great change. Everyone loved!
Mar 20, 2005
Dooberdog Member since: March 20, 2005
I hate to chop so used the food processor and followed the directions. It was quick and easy and the family loved it. It has replaced my old family recipe!
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