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BBQ Coleslaw

BBQ Coleslaw created by Tinkerbell

Being from Georgia, I thought there was only one kind of slaw, grated cabbage, Duke's Mayo and a little sugar, served twice daily! However, when we would go to North Carolina to visit my husbands relatives, they had a STRANGE kind of coleslaw, totally different from anything I had ever eaten. It has a very strong vinegar (Eastern North Carolina) based BBQ taste, so ya better take it easy, but it is SOOOOOOO good! Enjoy!!

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  • Combine vinegar and sugar in a small saucepan.
  • Cook over low heat until sugar dissolves.
  • Stir in barbecue sauce, water, mayonnaise, dry mustard and Tabasco.
  • Stir over low heat until everything dissolves.
  • Combine carrots and cabbage in a large bowl.
  • Pour BBQ dressing over and toss well to combine everything.
  • Cover and refrigerate and serve cold. Best made the day before to allow flavors to get together!
  • Time to make does not include chilling time and does not include the time to shred your own cabbage and carrots.
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"Being from Georgia, I thought there was only one kind of slaw, grated cabbage, Duke's Mayo and a little sugar, served twice daily! However, when we would go to North Carolina to visit my husbands relatives, they had a STRANGE kind of coleslaw, totally different from anything I had ever eaten. It has a very strong vinegar (Eastern North Carolina) based BBQ taste, so ya better take it easy, but it is SOOOOOOO good! Enjoy!!"
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  1. Susie D
    This recipe intrigued me. It is quite different from the typical mayo based slaw. I cut the recipe in half, used Kraft Honey BBQ sauce, and omitted the Tabasco. I didn't think the vinegar was overwhelming, but I did use an generic brand & that sweeter BBQ sauce. This has a tangy BBQ flavor as a background note and would be a nice potluck surprise at a summer backyard cookout. I would try to add green onions or parsley to it for additional color. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
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  2. Tinkerbell
    BBQ Coleslaw Created by Tinkerbell
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  3. Tinkerbell
    OH MY! I should have headed your warning to go easy on the vinegar. I LOVE cider vinegar, but it was overpowering for us. These unique ingredients result in a tangy & spicy BBQ flavor that is unusual on coleslaw. I really liked the recipe & with a reduction in the vinegar & Tobasco I think the rest of the family will enjoy it more as well. I used Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce & raw sugar. Thanks for sharing, Georgia!
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  4. Georgia On My Mind.
    Being from Georgia, I thought there was only one kind of slaw, grated cabbage, Duke's Mayo and a little sugar, served twice daily! However, when we would go to North Carolina to visit my husbands relatives, they had a STRANGE kind of coleslaw, totally different from anything I had ever eaten. It has a very strong vinegar (Eastern North Carolina) based BBQ taste, so ya better take it easy, but it is SOOOOOOO good! Enjoy!!
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