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A Really Good Dressing for Slaws and Sandwiches

October 10, 2012 by Joan Nova in Condiments, Marrying Flavors, Recipe Development, Side Dishes, Vegetables | 9 Comments

Short Post: It started as a dressing for slaw and then I realized it made a really good sandwich spread too.


mayo with olive oil • dijonnaise • fresh lime juice • sriracha • sesame oil • honey • finishing salt

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  1. I would call this a sassy slaw with the sirachi and lime and could probably eat the entire bowl before it ever saw a sandwich.

    In the Carolinas, when you order a BBQ sandwich, the next question from your server is “do you want slaw on it?” Caught me by surprise the first time, but it’s a cool and refreshing way to enjoy BBQ.
    Sam
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  2. It sounds like it has a kick to it with the sriracha. A must try and a great looking sandwich.
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  3. I like those flavors together. Honey and sesame oil I”m sure add that special something.
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  4. What a nice combination of ingredients. Will have to experiment.
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  5. Virginia Miller says:

    That sounds like a real winner. I make a kim chi cole slaw with oil, vinegar and sugar which reminds me of it. DH loves it in place of sauerkraut.

  6. bellini says:

    A little dab will do you as far as the siracha goes but is sure would add a welcome kick to a salad Joan

  7. Katie says:

    Yum, that’s my kind of slaw. I love a dressing with a kick to it.
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