This 3 Ingredient Asian Slaw Recipe makes a great side dish. You’ll love all the different flavors and textures going on. It can be served as a side to an Asian inspired meal or with chicken as a meal. You won’t believe how easy it is to make!
Asian Slaw Recipe
I am all about easy meal solutions, and this Asian Slaw could not be easier. You only need three ingredients to make a yummy side salad that everyone will gobble up. Yup, you read right! All you need is tri-color cole slaw mix, peanuts and Asian dressing.
The supermaket shortcut in this dish is a bottle of Asian dressing. You can use any Asian dressing in this easy recipe, but my favorite is Ken’s Lite Asian Sesame with ginger and soy. I really love the flavors. But honestly, any bottled Asian dressing will do.
How to Make Asian Slaw
Place cole slaw mix into a large mixing bowl. Pour an entire 16 oz bottle of Asian dressing into the bowl with the slaw mix.
Mix well until the dressing is evenly distributed.
Add 1/2 cup of peanuts. You can shell your own or use salted peanuts.
Mix well and cover with foil. Refrigerate this crunchy Asian slaw for 2 hours or more to really bring out the flavors.
This slaw makes a great side for any Asian meal. You can even add some chicken to this to make it a full meal and add protein.
Asian Slaw Recipe
- 30 oz Tri-Color Cole Slaw Mix
- 16 oz Asian Dressing
- 1/2 Cup Nuts
Place Slaw Mix into a large mixing bowl.
Pour entire bottle of Asian dressing into your you slaw mix.
Add 1/2 cup of nuts.
Cover (I use foil and refrigerate for 2+ hours)
Serve & enjoy!
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