KFC Coleslaw is a five-minute side dish that you'll enjoy all summer with your favorite chicken and more! Tastes just like the original!

KFC Coleslaw is one of my most personal food memories from my childhood. When I was a little kid I would walk from my elementary school with my great aunt and stop at KFC (then KFC) to get a chicken platter to share and a cup of pudding to share. I only remember the happiest memories of our time together there, we were just sitting, talking and laughing.

To this day anytime I eat or make KFC Coleslaw think of it. I'm sure many of us have memories like this, which is why copycat recipes are so personal too. You want to recreate those long-lost memories or flavors (like Pioneer Take-Out Fried Chicken) and any time you thrive there is fun.

Speaking of Kentucky Fried Chicken, you can also enjoy these cabbage with original KFC Fried Chicken and make your own dish of chicken for much less money!

KFC Coleslaw is probably one of the easiest copycats I've worked on in a long time. The components were easily available online from many sources, and it is difficult to know where the original came from. 

* Ingredients :

° 8 cups cabbage cut into cubes (I used a food processor chopping disc)
° 1 carrot (also used in a food processor)
° 2 tablespoons grated onion
° 1/3 cup sugar
° Salt 1/2 tsp
° 1/8 teaspoon white pepper
° 1/4 cup whole milk
° 1/2 cup mayonnaise
° 1/4 cup of yogurt (I used buttermilk powder to make me)
° 2 tablespoons white vinegar
° 3 tablespoons of lemon juice

* Instructions :

In a large bowl, add cabbage, carrots, and onions.

In another bowl, whisk the rest of the ingredients together until smooth.

Mix it well and put it in the refrigerator for 4-8 hours (the longer, the better)