Our Mini Family: Southwestern Cole Slaw and Pork Spareribs


May 13, 2015

Southwestern Cole Slaw and Pork Spareribs

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Grilling season is here, and we've already spent many afternoons and nights outside already grilling up some dishes by the pool this year. We were dying to whip up some Southwestern Cole Slaw for the first time this year, and wanted to share this zesty recipe on the blog (and it goes well with literally anything and everything you can cook on the grill--like Farmland® St. Louis Style Pork Spareribs!)

Here in Phoenix, our grilling season goes through the spring and into the beginning of summer (just before it gets unbearably hot in the summer).



We're really lucky that we're able to go outside and grill this early in the year--especially since there are a lot of states that have had a recent snowstorm even though it's already May! So if you're one of those people out there who doesn't have 90 degrees weather just yet like we do, you can try our Southwestern cole slaw recipe to spice and warm up your palette.


When I went down to Walmart, I grabbed our ingredients for our Southwestern Cole Slaw and Pork Spareribs and immediately started prepping by rinsing and chopping up the vegetables. Oh, and this recipe is super easy. Like, we're talking I could handle this before I even really started to learn how to cook! So this recipe can be mastered by just about anyone who can handle a knife--and I'm stoked to share the recipe with you today!


Southwestern Cole Slaw

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 head of green cabbage 
  • 1/2 head of red cabbage
  • 2 Serrano peppers
  • 1 yellow chili pepper
  • 1 carrot
  • 3/4 cup of Sriracha mayo
  • 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper
Directions:
  1. Rinse and shred your green and red cabbage into finely chopped pieces.
  2. Rinse and chop up your Serrano peppers, chili pepper, and carrot (or spiral cut it like I did).
  3. Combine your ingredients in a large bowl, and generously toss them in your Sriracha mayo. 
  4. Store in the fridge until you are ready to serve with you favorite grilled foods! Enjoy!


Once we had our cole slaw made and ready to enjoy, we grilled up our favorite Farmland® St. Louis Style Pork Spareribs. Be sure to visit the Get Fired Up Grilling website www.getfiredupgrilling.com for additional recipes and tips from BBQ Pitmasters Moe Cason and Tuffy Stone. Also enter to win a trip to the American Royal BBQ contest and other great grilling prizes!



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22 comments :

  1. YUM, that looks amazing. I love the simple ingredients used!! healthy and tasty!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, wanted to keep it as simple as I could, but also super flavorful!

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  2. This looks SO good. I'm hosting a BBQ this weekend and I just might have to add this to the menu!

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    1. Oh how awesome! Have fun at your BBQ!

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  3. This looks so yummy. Thanks for sharing. It looks fairly easy too which is my favorite kind of recipe. :)

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    1. You're most welcome--and yes, definitely easy!

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  4. I love that this meal is so colorful! Colorful=healthy! Definitely going to sign up for that sweeps! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you so much! And you're very welcome--thanks for stopping by :-)

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  5. I love Sriracha - definitely want to try this now!

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    1. Mmm yes it's definitely perfect for Sriracha lovers!

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  6. I am pretty much obsessed with Sriracha!! Love that it is included in your coleslaw and I am sure it paired perfectly with the ribs :)

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    1. YES! I am pretty much obsessed with it as well hehe

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  7. We need to get a new grill this year. Our old one is just about shot (it's definitely seen better days!).

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    1. I hear you! There should be some deals on grills right now--I think I saw some on sale at our nearby hardware store, so I can imagine maybe you may have the same sales going on in your area possibly!

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  8. Yum, that looks so good!! I'll have to try that this weekend, the weather is supposed to be great! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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    1. Awesome! Glad you have some good weather to look forward to as well :)

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  9. That coleslaw looks so good. I have to make it this weekend.

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  10. That cole slaw photographs really, really well. It also sounds yummy! I'll have to make that soon!

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    1. Thank you so much, Kassie! Yes, it was definitely easy to take pictures since it was very vibrant and photogenic for sure! Hope you try it :-)

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