Quick and Easy Broccoli Slaw with Pineapple and Mandarine Oranges
When you need a side dish salad that is perfect for picnics, fish fries, parties and more, try my creamy Broccoli Slaw with Pineapple and Mandarin Oranges recipe.
This slaw recipe is super quick and easy to make, so if you get a last minute call to a pool party or need a side dish fast, this recipe for Broccoli Slaw with Pineapple and Mandarine Oranges only takes just minutes to make, especially if you use prepackaged ingredients.
Personally, I’ve made this broccoli slaw recipe for years and it’s the most sought after side dish at parties, for sure.
Your guests will love this veggie-fruit loaded salad that’s full of chewy goodness and flavor. You’ll love it because it keeps it’s “crunch” days after making.
Now for this recipe I use prepackaged ingredients as you can see in the image below.
But if you have time, you can make your own homemade broccoli slaw. Here’s how:
How to Make a Broccoli Slaw
You’ll want to drain the pineapple and mandarine oranges. Then, dump all the rest of the ingredients into a large bowl. Mix well and serve.
Recipe Tip: If you know that you will be serving this in hot weather or outdoors, be sure to keep this salad refrigerated or on ice to keep the salad fresh and crisp.
Use this recipe as a starting point to make-it-your-own. Here are some great additions to vary this recipe:
- toasted almonds
- dried or fresh cranberries
- apple chunks
- pear chunks
- ramen noodles
- broccoli florets
- shredded or julienne carrots
- shredded red cabbage
For more delicious side dish ideas be sure to check out my Pinterest Board: Side Dish Recipes from Wisconsin Homemaker.
Broccoli Slaw with Pineapple and Mandarin Oranges
- 12 oz Mann’s Broccoli Cole Slaw
- 20 oz Dole Crushed Pineapple Drained (You can also use Chunked Pineapple)
- 15 oz Dole Mandarine Oranges Drained
- 4 oz Marie’s Coleslaw Dressing
- After you have drained the chunk pineapple and mandarine oranges, place these in a large bowl.
- Add the broccoli slaw.
- Dress with Marie’s Coleslaw dressing, just enough to lightly coat the slaw.