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Crunchy And Delicious – This Copycat Coleslaw Will Become Your Favorite Side Dish
If you’ve ever been to Kentucky Fried Chicken, I bet you’ve also had their famous coleslaw. I know I certainly couldn’t leave that place without ordering it! Unfortunately, there isn’t a KFC nearby and I just don’t have the time to drive to the nearest one whenever I feel like it. No worries – when there’s a problem, you find a solution and move on. Right? That’s exactly what I did; I asked around and found this amazing copycat recipe that is even better than the real thing!
Coleslaw is such a perfect side dish for pretty much any meal. Sure, most of us are used to serving it with our BBQ, but I tend to put it in just about everything. Chicken and mashed potatoes? Coleslaw it is. Bacon and cheeseburger? Stuff it with coleslaw! Surely it’s not for pita wraps? Well of course it is! You name it – I’ve tried it!
Another note about coleslaw…did you realize how versatile it is? It isn’t only for putting into a bowl or on a plate and eating with a fork. No, sir! You put coleslaw on pulled pork sandwich, burgers, or even use it as a relish for hot dogs. How awesome is that?
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Quick Tip: Mix red and green cabbage for a colorful coleslaw!