There has been an amazing number of people making the BLT SALAD. And justifiably so. The smoky bacon, crisp fresh croutons, tart tomatoes are a perfect complement to the buttermilk dress and dark green romaine leaves. But darlings, hidden away in the recipe pages is an absolute stunning coleslaw. It’s served with the spicy Korean Pork tenderloin but it deserves more recognition. We make this in large amounts and it lasts two or three days in the refrigerator. It is wonderful as a side with sandwiches or just a bowl of coleslaw for a snack. You wont regret adding this spicy coleslaw to your repertoire.
Meanwhile, in another large bowl, toss 1 pound (6 cups) thinly sliced cabbage and one generous cup of grated carrots with three scallions white and green parts, l tbsp canola oil, salt to taste, and the remaining 2 tbsp v inegar. l tbsp brown sugar, 1/2 tsp tablespoon sesame oil and l tsp chile sauce. Let sit for l5 minutes, toss and again, and transfer to a large serving platter.