Chicken BBQ & Slaw Sandwich – 75 Days of Summer Slow Cooker Recipes

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BBQ in the slow cooker is a staple.  It doesn’t get much easier than this.  Kim from Makin’ it Mo’ Betta spins this classic southern, with the addition of a simple slaw to top the sandwiches.  If you’ve never tried slaw on your barbecue sandwich, please do!  It’s the perfect kind of crunch and flavor to top the meat.

Kim suggests a few brands of vinegar type bbq sauce for the meat.  And she has a sugar free version of the slaw too.

chickenbbqslawsammie

 

Add potato chips and watermelon (maybe make the watermelon wild?) and you’ve got the makings of an easy summer supper.

Click here to see the recipe for Chicken BBQ & Slaw Sandwiches on Mo’Betta.

Slaw with Tomato, Red Onion and Jalepeno

This is a guest post from Micha at Cookin’ Mimi.  Welcome, Micha!

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East Meets West Burgers

East Meets West Burgers done slaw

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Hawaiian Coleslaw

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The most fun you can have with a cheap package of ramen noodles! I don’t really know why it’s called Hawaiin, but we’ll go with it.

I didn’t get a picture of the ingredients, but here’s what you’ll need:

1 bag of coleslaw mix
small bunch green onions
1/3 jar (8-12oz size) toasted sunflower seeds (like Planter’s brand)
small package of sliced or slivered almonds
package of chicken flavored ramen noodles

For the dressing:
1/2 cup oil
2-3 Tbs. sugar
salt and pepper
seasoning packet from the ramen

Break the noodles into a 9″ pan and add the almonds. Toast at 350 degrees to brown them. Stir every little bit. This should take about 10-15 minutes.

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Mix up the dressing and stir everything together. Enjoy!

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