Try a unique twist on your favorite barbecue side dish. Instead of plain coleslaw make this Sweet and Savory Cabbage Apple Slaw! Red and green cabbage, carrots, apples, golden raisins tossed with a tangy apple vinegar dressing.
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I love recipes with opposite flavors like Salty & Sweet, Sweet & Spicy and Savory & Sweet. Or, maybe I just like Sweet! So it is no surprise that I make my coleslaw with a flavor twist. This Sweet and Savory Cabbage Apple Slaw has your typical beginning of coleslaw but with a sweet tangy dressing, crisp apples and juicy raisins. It should definitely make it’s way to your family bbq this summer!
The dressing is just 2 simple ingredients (not including salt and pepper, of course). Musselman’s Apple Butter (aka: my favorite secret ingredient) and apple cider vinegar. Did I mention I love the Sweet & Tangy flavor combo too!?!?
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When it comes to coleslaw are you team vinegar or team mayo? I love a tangy vinegar slaw personally. As with any vinegar based coleslaw this will be crisp at first then begin to break down and wilt after a couple hours. I like my slaw either way but if you have a preference for crisp slaw be sure to prepare this right before serving.
Try this recipe for a fun new twist on a family favorite!
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- 4 Cups Shredded Green Cabbage
- 2 Cups Shredded Purple Cabbage
- ½ Cup Matchstick Carrots
- 1 Fuji Apple - thinly sliced
- ½ Cup Golden Raisins
- ½ Cup Sliced Almonds optional
- ½ Cup Apple Butter
- ¼ Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
- Pinch Salt/Pepper
Combine cabbage, carrots, apple and raisins.
Mix dressing ingredients and add to cabbage. Toss to coat.
Salt and pepper to taste and drizzle olive oil over the top.
Serve immediately for a crisp slaw or refrigerate 2+ hours for a marinated slaw.
Serves: 8 Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 0
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