Linda's Crack Slaw recipe is a Asian Dinner meal that takes 10 minutes to make. If you enjoy Asian for Dinner, you will like Linda's Crack Slaw!
Linda's Crack Slaw
- What Course Is Linda's Crack Slaw?
- How Long Does Linda's Crack Slaw Recipe Take To Prepare?
- How Long Does Linda's Crack Slaw Recipe Take To Cook?
- How Many Servings Does Linda's Crack Slaw Recipe Make?
- What Are The Ingredients For Linda's Crack Slaw Recipe?
- How Do I Make Linda's Crack Slaw?
- What's The Nutritional Info For Linda's Crack Slaw?
- What Type Of Cuisine Is Linda's Crack Slaw?
- What Dietary Needs Does Linda's Crack Slaw Meet?
|Linda's Crack Slaw|
So tasty it's addictive! Shredded cabbage gives it body. Add any veggies you like, mushrooms, grated carrots, brocolli. Adjust garlic, ginger and Siracha to your taste! Skip the splenda-you just don't need it!
What Course Is Linda's Crack Slaw?
Linda's Crack Slaw is for Dinner.
How Long Does Linda's Crack Slaw Recipe Take To Prepare?
Linda's Crack Slaw takes 10 minutes to prepare.
How Long Does Linda's Crack Slaw Recipe Take To Cook?
Linda's Crack Slaw takes 10 minutes to cook.
How Many Servings Does Linda's Crack Slaw Recipe Make?
Linda's Crack Slaw makes 4 servings.
What Are The Ingredients For Linda's Crack Slaw Recipe?
The ingredients for Linda's Crack Slaw are:Lean Ground Pork, 1 lb-can use burger or ground turkey
Sesame Seeds, 1/4 C-can use flax seeds
Cole Slaw Mix, Fresh Express, 10 oz pkg
Sesame Oil, 1tsp
Peppers, sweet, red-any color or hotter chile peppers
Siracha Hot Chili Sauce, 1tsp
Rice Vinegar, 1Tbsp
Garlic, minced fresh 2 tsp
Scallions, 1/4 C - any kind of onion or try leeks
Snow Peas, fresh, fine julienne, 1/2 C
Kikkoman Low Sodium Soy Sauce, 1 Tbsp
Ginger Root, fine minced 2 tsp
How Do I Make Linda's Crack Slaw?
Here is how you make Linda's Crack Slaw:Get all your ingredients prepped and near the stove. Put sesame seeds into large saute pan or wok. As they start to brown add the tsp of sesame oil. Add in the lean ground pork (or you can use hamburger or ground turkey) and break up and cook, stirring until no pink remains and the meat is crumbled pretty fine. Toss in the garlic and the ginger and mix with the meat and sesame seeds being careful not to burn the garlic. Toss in red bell pepper (or any/all color you have on hand-yellow, orange or green all work and you can use a hotter chile pepper if you choose). Stir and toss in the diced scallion and the snow peas. Dump in the bag of cole slaw mix and drizzle with the soy sauce and siracha and rice wine vinegar. Toss thoroughly. Turn off the heat and just let it steam a minute. Serve!I like this crisp so under cook the veggies. I also toss in any other veggies I have on hand that would go in and make it tasty...sometimes I add fresh mushrooms or julienne radishes or daikon radish. Sometimes I'm in the mood for spicier so increase the Siracha or add in more onions and garlic and ginger. I never use the splenda...just don't need it. Don't bother with the sesame seeds if you don't have them. It's just such a quick stir fry with the great chinese restaurant taste and it really is addictive...which is why they call it "crack". I refrigerate the left overs and eat it cold!Serving Size: makes 4 approximately 2-cup servingsNumber of Servings: 4Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user IMLOCOLINDA.
What's The Nutritional Info For Linda's Crack Slaw?
The nutritional information for Linda's Crack Slaw is:
What Type Of Cuisine Is Linda's Crack Slaw?
Linda's Crack Slaw is Asian cuisine.
What Dietary Needs Does Linda's Crack Slaw Meet?
The dietary needs meet for Linda's Crack Slaw is Low Carb
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