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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