BBQ Coleslaw

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Give your taste buds a kick with this BBQ Cole Slaw - it has tangy bbq sauce as the base for the dressing!

There’s a great local bbq joint that makes this BBQ Coleslaw that is just amazing.    They have 3 flavors of bbq sauce on the table with varying heat levels and they use one of those sauces as the base for the coleslaw dressing – super different.  It’s so tangy and unique with just a hint of heat.  It’s nearly impossible for me to go there and not order it.

Give your taste buds a kick with this BBQ Cole Slaw - it has tangy bbq sauce as the base for the dressing!

So when it was time for me to envision a new recipe for my friends over at Stubb’s, I thought about that delicious coleslaw and my dear friend Donya’s  BBQ Red Slaw and knew that was the direction I wanted to go.  To say the least, it was a success.  Speaking of that Red Slaw…  Have y’all tried it?  Much like bbq is a regional thing, that slaw is apparently regional as well.  I had never even heard of it until Donya posted it on her blog one day.  I was so intrigued and I’ve been making it ever since.  But I digress…

Give your taste buds a kick with this BBQ Cole Slaw - it has tangy bbq sauce as the base for the dressing!

Combining the original Stubb’s sauce with a little yellow mustard (which I’m nearly positive is the base for the bbq place’s slaw) and apple cider vinegar gave the slaw a delicious tart and tangy flavor that I just love.  A little goes a long way with this because of the bold flavor, so just when you think you won’t have enough dressing, just keep stirring.  I also found the use of some tongs to be helpful in getting it all mixed.

I like using Stubb’s sauce because it gets its bold flavor from real ingredients, with no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.  And while in many recipes I urge you to substitute your favorite brand of ingredients, in this case, I recommend you stick with Stubb’s.  This recipe was specifically developed with the flavor profiles of Stubb’s in mind and other brands will have varying levels of sweetness and sourness which could change the flavor of the entire dish.

Give your taste buds a kick with this BBQ Cole Slaw - it has tangy bbq sauce as the base for the dressing!

Whip this deliciousness up for your Memorial Day BBQ and have everyone asking for the recipe!


Give your taste buds a kick with this BBQ Cole Slaw - it has tangy bbq sauce as the base for the dressing!

BBQ Coleslaw
 
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Serves: 4 to 6 servings
Ingredients
  • ½ cup Stubb's Original Bar-B-Que Sauce
  • 1 tablespoon yellow mustard
  • 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
  • 1 (16-ounce) package shredded coleslaw mix
Instructions
  1. In a small bowl whisk together the bar-b-que sauce, mustard and vinegar. In a large bowl, combine the sauce with the cole slaw mix and stir to mix. Serve immediately.

This post is brought to you by my friends at Stubb’s, but the thoughts and opinions herein are all my own – just as always! 
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Comments

  1. I love me some BBQ slaw! I live close to the NC border and so have a love for NC BBQ. I love your version Stacey! Will definitely try 🙂

  2. I have just become a fan of Stubb’s BBQ Sauce…it has the lowest sugar count for BBQ sauce with the most flavor. I like BBQ sauce sweet and my husband doesn’t, but Stubb’s has a really good flavor that has won me over. This recipe for coleslaw sounds amazing.

  3. I’ve never had bbq sauce in my coleslaw but it totally makes sense since I don’t eat pulled pork without cole slaw!
    Kari
    http://www.sweetteasweetie.com

  4. Oh, what a great idea! I don’t usually love coleslaw (or at least I’m very picky about it) but I think I could go for this!

  5. Sounds like something I would enjoy but have never seen Stubb’s Sauce in my area.

  6. Stacey, I found it needed a small scoop of mayo~then it was divine!

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