A tangy low-calorie home-made coleslaw that only has 140 calories per portion, making it ideal for weight watcher and those on the 5:2 diet, as well as a healthier option for the school lunch box.
4 tablespoons low-fat yoghurt (I use Greek style yoghurt)
1/2 teaspoon French mustard (such as Dijon)
2 tablespoons low-fat mayonnaise (such as Hellmans)
1/2 cabbage (white and light green cabbage, not savoy or spring cabbage)
1 small onion
salt and pepper
A tangy low-calorie home-made coleslaw that only has 140 calories per portion, making it ideal for weight watcher and those on the 5:2 diet, as well as a healthier option for the school lunch box. Excellent with salads, cold meats, pies, tarts, cooked chicken and also with baked potatoes and in sandwiches.
Mix the yoghurt, mustard and mayonnaise together in a bowl and then season to taste with salt and pepper. Then, using a grater attachment on a food processor, (I used my Morphy Richards Food Slicer with the grater attachment) grate the cabbage and carrots.
Peel and chop the onion as finely as you can.
Put all of the vegetables into the bowl and stir through the dressing to coat, adjust seasoning.
(Will keep in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 4 days)
Use with salads, in sandwiches, in baked potatoes or as an accompaniment to tarts, pies and cooked chicken.
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