I inherited my food processor and I don't have a slicer or shredder attachment. Has anyone tried this? Thanks!!
hi sarah, do you have a cheese grater w/ holes for cheddar? that's what i would use if you don't have those Cuis. discs. The regular blade will just chop the cabbage and that is not the texture you want for cole claw imo.
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The steel blade you have will just mutilate the cabbage. I'd go with a box shredder or your trusty knife.
For the amount of time it will take, and the time for clean up with a "machine", stick with a good chef's knife and slice and chop the amount you want in a few moments.
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Yes, some of the copycat recipes for KFC slaw recommend it. The SO uses it and he seems to like the results--I think it turns out to watery..but then again he also use the recipe that calls for miracle whip.
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