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Peter Piper's Pickled Pepper Slaw

This is a great twist on average coleslaw. The sweet and spicy dressing adds a little zing and the red bell peppers give an extra festive color. For more color I like mixing green and red cabbage. jalapeños peppers are optional so you can adjust the heat level to your taste.

Ingredients

 Shredded or chopped green and/or red cabbage
 finely chopped onion, white or yellow
 finely chopped red bell peppers
 Sweet and Spicy Pickle Juice- see recipe under Salads
 mayonnaise
 celery salt
 salt and pepper to taste
 fresh jalapeños peppers, optional

Directions

In a large bowl combine the pickle juice, mayonnaise, celery salt, salt and pepper and stir to combine. Then add all remaining ingredients, toss to evenly coat everything with the dressing, serve and enjoy.

For an extra kick add some very finely diced fresh jalapeños peppers.


Serves: 2 to 4
Cabbage Onions Bell_Peppers Mayonnaise No-Cook

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