I’ve been making this basic recipe for years. I just switch it up between an all in, or some out combination of chopped Red and/or Green Cabbage, grated or chopped Carrots, finely chopped Celery or Celery Seed, chopped Parsley and finely sliced Green Onions.
I then add all to the above — Mayonnaise, White Wine Vinegar, Sugar, Salt, and freshly ground Pepper to taste. This is one of my favorite snacks to have on hand. It’s hard to rival that perfect combination of ingredients.
The Coleslaw above is made with Red Cabbage and Carrots, and the one below is made with Red Cabbage, finely grated Celery and Green Onions. The measurements of the remaining ingredients vary on the volume of vegetables. I’ll usually add a little at a time to dial in that perfect taste and coverage. I tend to have a lighter hand on the Mayo and heavier hand on the Vinegar, without overdoing it.
P.S. I confess that I also happen to like Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Coleslaw and Chic-Fil-A’s Coleslaw, although neither taste like mine, nor each other. Coleslaw has endless variations and it’s a better snack than many.
Post-Post Coleslaw: This one was made with shredded Green Cabbage, grated Carrots, chopped Parsley and finely sliced Green Onions, plus the standard mix-in, as detailed above.