Asian Style Coleslaw Recipe with an Asian Style Dressing

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This simple Asian style coleslaw has a lovely light flavor with a bit of crunch. This Asian style coleslaw goes well with my Asian-inspired pulled pork sliders. It’s also fantastic on its own.

This dish is light, healthy, has a zing of flavor, and those crunchy bits really tie it all together. The rice wine and sesame oil add just the right touch to make it a unique coleslaw. If you’re looking for something unique to please a crowd, this is it!

Asian Style Coleslaw and Asian Style Dressing

Asian Style Coleslaw Recipe with an Asian Style Dressing
Asian style coleslaw with an Asian style dressing. Image source: Bakernine.com

These days, grocery stores have made it incredibly simple to make coleslaw, specially Asian style coleslaw. You can either go straight to the pre-cut lettuce section and grab a bag, or you can shred it yourself.

Instead of getting cabbage and starting from scratch, It’s just so simple to get the bag because it includes red cabbage and carrots. They now come in a variety of flavors and frequently include dressing!

Whatever you choose, skip the bottled dressing for this one and gather those ingredients instead. I’ll admit that I didn’t have any rice wine on hand and had to go out and get some.

I try not to keep ramen packets or other processed foods in my house. To put this together, I used a short but specific shopping list.

Asian Style Coleslaw Recipe

Then it’s really simple! Combine the dressing ingredients, then fold them into the slaw mixture, and you’re done! If making ahead of time, add the crunchy bits at the very end.

  • Cuisine: Asian
  • Course: Salad
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Serving: 4 serving

Ingredients for Asian Style Coleslaw

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Asian Style Coleslaw Recipe Instructions

  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine the coleslaw mix and the sliced green onions.
  2. In a small bowl, combine soy sauce, sugar, grapeseed oil, and ramen flavor packet.
  3. Serve with coleslaw and onions. Combine thoroughly.
  4. When ready to serve, add crushed ramen and wonton strips.

Related Questions about Asian Style Coleslaw

What exactly does slaw mean?
Slaw is an abbreviation for coleslaw, a side dish or salad that always includes cabbage and occasionally other shredded vegetables. Some slaws are dressed with vinaigrette, while others are dressed with a creamy or mayonnaise-based dressing.

What is the name of the Asian style coleslaw?
This is a fantastic fresh, crunchy Asian salad that I call Asian Slaw because it contains shredded cabbage and carrot, similar to traditional Coleslaw. This oriental salad is enhanced by fresh herbs and an Asian Dressing infused with Thai flavors. Delicious AND nutritious!

How long will Asian style coleslaw keep?
Salad can be refrigerated for 3-4 days. Simply place it in an airtight container in the fridge. The wonton strips will soften, but they will still taste delicious. Leftovers will keep in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.

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What about seasoning the pork and serving it with a complementary slaw? Definitely superior! Then you get more than just meat, sugar, and bread on that sandwich; you also get tasty vegetables.

There are so many ways to pair pulled anything with a slaw that you can definitely kick up those summer gatherings if you get creative.

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