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Got a quick question: Dukan Diet pills in New Zealand or online? Thanks for any answer. Another question... Anybody have a coleslaw recipe they would like to share? Thank you in advance..

Comments (16)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably know..

Comment #1

I like a mayo type cole slaw and use shredded cabbage, dried onion flakes and some fat free Miracle whip and a little vinegar and a little splenda. I never measure...

Comment #2

Someone gave me a recipe that I loved. It was shredded cabbage, light mayo or miracle whip, I add a little vinegar to thin it, and splenda to taste. Then you mix in crushed pineapple. Let in chill in the fridge for at least 30 minutes or so. You can also add a little onion to this one. It was very yummy if you like pineapple.

The other recipe with cabbage I got from here I thought was strange but I liked it. It was spray shredded cabbage with a no-fat Olive Oil like Pam in a baking pan. Let it bake (I don't know what temp is best is my problem) until it gets soft. Take it out and mix with some low sodium soy sauce and put back in the over for a little while until the soy sauce gets saturated into the cabbage. Sort of taste like the cabbage it Twice Cooked Pork at a Chinese restaurant..


Comment #3 has an excellent recipe for a fat-free version of KFC coleslaw..

Substitute Splenda for the 1/4 cup of sugar..

I have also used the bagged coleslaw mix (instead of the 8 cups of cabbage & 1/4 cup carrot) and it comes out fine..

Generally, I despise Miracle Whip but I cannot even taste it in this recipe. It is important to let it chill several hours or overnight before serving though..

Http:// yes..

Comment #4

I am at work so don't have exact name of this dressing but it is only 50 calories for 2 tbs. I got it at the World Market and it is called sesame flavored Dressing. I will get the name and come back and edit this but anyway, I use:.

1 cup shredded cabbage (has some shredded carrot in it too).

1 cup broccoli Slaw.

Both available in produce section in bags.

2 tbs chopped almonds (I grind mine almost before they become a powder as it spreads out nicely in the bowl)..

2 tbs of the sesame dressing.

Sprinkle pepper, garlic and onion powder to taste..

This makes a wonderful Asian style crunchy side salad for me. This salad dressing is wonderful. I will get back to this post and edit it and put in correct name when I get a chance. You could even eat it with a protein source of your choice on top for the main entree. I know other people could add additional things to it also. I work long hours sometimes etc.

Okay, my son checked the bottle and he said the writing is in some type of Asian language (?) but the distributer listed is made in America "Mizkan America." Again I bought this at World Market but it is fabulous. I actually found I didn't need to use the whole 2tbs of dressing either which is great as the fat content for 2tbs is 3g I believe and I think that just fits in with NS? Someone more knowledgeable can comment on that. Anyway, this makes a delightful change from the romaine and other salads. Sometimes I just have a craving for sesame flavored things and this hit the spot...

Comment #5

I do it with the zero cal WF cole slow dressing mix like Linda does...

Comment #6

I couldn't find the WF cole slaw dressing, so I used their vidalia onion dressing. really good...

Comment #7

Quote:"The other recipe with cabbage I got from here I thought was strange but I liked it. It was spray shredded cabbage with a no-fat Olive Oil like Pam in a baking pan. Let it bake (I don't know what temp is best is my problem) until it gets soft. Take it out and mix with some low sodium soy sauce and put back in the over for a little while until the soy sauce gets saturated into the cabbage".

I do this stovetop in a pan....saute it with garlic, add some chopped up broc, spray it again while sauteing, the add the soy at the end....i like mine crispier.......

Comment #8

2 bags broccoli slaw.

1/2 cup light oil.

1 cup apple cider vinegar.

1 tsp salt.

1 tsp dry mustard.

1 tsp celery seeds.

1/2 cup white splenda.

1/4 + 2 tbs brown sugar splenda.

Pour 1/2 cup white splenda and 1/4 brown sugar splenda over brococoli slaw.

Combine rest of ingredients and bring to a boil.

Pour over broccoli and sugar mixture and put in fridge for several hours.

Can add other things like shredded carrots, onion if you like or even extra apple cider vinegar.

No calories except the minute amount in vegetables and oil..

Comment #9

Did you ever have their mayo? Not the greatest on it's own but mixed it's not too bad. I haven't tried it with coleslaw but it might work if you fix it up...

Comment #10

Its 57 calories, how much protein? do you know? I guess this would be a protein serving?..

Comment #11

No protein in miracle whip. the 57 cals includes the sugar which you would sub out for splenda. you would need to check the stats but you probably could work it out to be a free food for the amount of added miracle whip and splenda...

Comment #12

Thank you all for your posts! I have saved them in my recipe file...

Comment #13

Creamy Coleslaw.

1/4 cup ffsour cream.

1/4 cup of cidar vinegar.

2 teaspoons lemon juice.

2tsp Dijon mustard.

1Tblsp Splenda.

1/4 tsp Mrs.Dash.

1/4 tsp pepper.

1/2 tsp celery seed.

Mix above ingredients as dressing..

Shred 1/2 med head cabbage, 1 carrot, and 1 onion. Add dressing.....Yummmy!.

Keeps in fridge for a few days in a covered makes a great lunch box salad substitute and a quick grab out of the fridge for days..

Makes 8 servings.

This is my origional coleslaw recipe altered to make it fit Dukan Diet STATS. When the origional called for mayo....I substituted it with the cidar vinegar......the origional called for sour cream....I substituted with ff sour cream.....sugar ....substituted splenda.

I do this often with alot of recipes sub the bad stuff for something similar thats allowed on the plan...the recipes usually turn out great...this one turned out better than the origional...

Comment #14

It makes about 8 -10 serving servings. The whole family enjoys this one!.

(the carrot & onion are minimal compared to the amount of cabbage you get.....basically the carrots are just for looks and the onion adds a bit of punch!.

The ff sour cream, splenda , Dijon mustard ,and onions are the calories of concern divide that by 8 I basically count it as.

1 salad serving +My ff dressing(they have cals too) + 1 free food.

What do you think? Am I off on this?..

Comment #15

I think it sounds excellent! I definitely don't think your off at all and it's good for new people to see how you go about figuring it out..

And us old lazy people too!..

Comment #16

I use the same recipe as above, it is excellent!..

Comment #17

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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