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Homemade Asian Slaw

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1 bag broccoli slaw mix
2 T rice vinegar
2 t apple cider vinegar
1 T sesame oil
1 T or to taste sriracha optional
3 large diced small radish
1 cup packed cilantro
juice of 1 lime
2 T sweet chilli sauce this ingredient makes all the difference
2 t chinese 5 spice

Homemade Asian Slaw


    This nommy slaw goes great on any asian dish. Especially, as a topping on asian tacos and lettuce wraps!

    • 10 minutes
    • Easy




    Problem SLAWved!

    Sure, you can buy prepackaged Asian slaw mix at your local grocery store.  However, you cannot control the contents nor the taste. It is what it is.  On an uber-busy night, I say go for the mix. IF you have time, my recipe comes together pretty quick and is much lower in sodium and fat than the packaged varieties. I just cannot seem to find LIGHT Asian slaw!! Woe is me. Now, this does use a bag of slaw veggies but is not the variety that comes with toppings and the dressing. That saves A LOT of time.

    TOP THAT! You can eat this right out of the bowl if you like but it makes a tremendous addition to a mound of pulled pork. Do I have a recipe for that? Sure do dudesters! It’s super easy and you will end up with more than just ONE dinner. Click on the link to be whisked away to my Instant Pot Pork Shoulder.

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    This slaw also keeps for a few days in the fridge so make it when you have the time and then pop it out and stir once you are ready to top your glorious Asian inspired dish.

    Do you have a favorite slaw dish? I want to hear what inspires you. Don’t forget to leave a comment or question. I look forward to hearing from you!

    Until we eat again…



    Now that you have all of your ingredients out and veggies chopped if need be. Here's the easy part. Mix it all together really well, seal it well with a top, and plop its yummy butt in the frig for at least an hour to marry those flavors.

    Note: Taste it once it is all combined, add salt and pepper if you think it needs it but I think all of that flavor is money without the S&P. No matter - enjoy it yo!


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