Killer Easy Coleslaw


With the Memorial Day weekend coming up I figured someone might like to serve a different, more spicy, coleslaw as a side or as a sandwich topping. So I made this super Killer Easy Coleslaw recipe.

Killer Easy ColeslawServes 6


4 cups finely shredded cabbage.

1/2 cup minced red onion.

1/4 cup low fat sour cream.

1/4 cup low fat mayonnaise.

1/4 cup chipotle sauce.

dash of cinnamon.

salt and pepper to taste.


Add shredded cabbage and red onion to large mixing bowl.

In smaller mixing bowl add sour cream, mayonnaise, chipotle sauce, cinnamon, salt, pepper and the mix to combine.

Add the sauce the the cabbage and mix together.

Plate, and top with a little ground pepper.

Okay, best you not tell your guests how easy it was to make the coleslaw. Here’s an I idea; I  used this coleslaw on my pull pork slider recipe and it was awesome.


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