From appetizers to salads, entrées to desserts, these 20-minute recipes use fruit to demonstrate nature's sweetness. By: Text: Jason Horn and Cooking Light staff
Howard L. Puckett
Crunchy and creamy are the two most important characteristics of a good slaw, but this recipe turns the traditional on its head. Sweet apples form the base of the salad, along with a generous helping of raisins, while balsamic vinegar in the dressing keeps things from getting too sweet. This is a great last-minute potluck or picnic recipe, or you could toss in some almonds to make it a healthy lunch.