Mango Peanut Slaw #SundaySupper

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Happy Sunday Supper everyone! Today’s theme is Summer BBQ Party – a wonderful theme since I think we can all agree that summer bbq parties (or summer cook-outs, whichever nomenclature you prefer) are one of the most fun things ever. Growing up, such parties were a fixture on the calendar. Sometimes my parents were hosting, sometimes we were guests, but it seemed like there was one on the schedule almost every weekend of the summer. And they’re such a blast.

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I chose to make this delicious side dish for three reasons: 1) coleslaw of some kind is a summer bbq staple everywhere; 2) seeing as this is Asian-flavored, it’s a little bit outside the box for your typical American summer bbq, which appealed to me; and 3) it uses mangos, which are beautifully in season in my area right now, and I’m trying to use up all the summer produce I can, while I still can.

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But I’m actually trying to use all that summer produce in some savory dishes for once. I usually bake desserts or sweet breakfast goods with it, which is always delicious, of course. But this summer I wanted to challenge myself to find more savory uses for this luscious summer produce. Not that there won’t also be sweets on the blog this summer. I mean, please…

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So y’all enjoy this delicious, spicy, summer-bbq-worthy slaw, and do not forget to check out all the loveliness from my Sunday Supper gang! Enjoy!

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Source: adapted from Man Made Meals by Steven Raichlen

Ingredients:
2 generous tbs sambal chile paste, or to taste
1 clove garlic, peeled and minced
3 tbs sugar
½ tsp freshly ground black pepper
¼ cup fresh lime juice
¼ cup Asian fish sauce or soy sauce
1 small (about 1 lb.) head green cabbage
1 ripe mango
18 slender green beans (hericots verts)
½ cup coarsely chopped cilantro
1/3 cup coarsely chopped dry-roasted peanuts, salted or unsalted

Directions:
First make the dressing: in a large mixing bowl, whisk together the sambal, garlic, sugar, black pepper, and fish sauce. Set aside.
Split the cabbage into quarters, and core each section. Thinly slice it with a sharp knife, or I prefer a mandoline slicer. Peel and pit the mango, then slice it into thin strips. To the bowl with the dressing, add the cabbage, mango, green beans, and cilantro. Toss well to combine. Garnish with the peanuts and serve.

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53 Responses to Mango Peanut Slaw #SundaySupper

  1. This looks so crunchy and delicious. Love the addition of mango.

  2. How unique! I am a cole slaw lover and I always love to find new versions. I would love it if you would swing by my recipe link party The Yuck Stops Here this week and share this recipe with us. You can find us anytime after Tuesday evening at 8pm ET on my blog, Hot Momma’s Kitchen Chaos! HUGS

    • Texan New Yorker

      Thank you Cheryl! Sorry I missed the link-up party, got very sick yesterday. :( But, I have your blog in my reader now, so I won’t miss the next one. :)

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  6. Delicious comes to mind. I knew when I saw the title I was going to LOVE this recipe. Printing it as I type. YUM

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  10. What a great combination of ingredients!

  11. Great salad, I love the Asian inspiration and addition of the fresh mangos!

  12. This is my kind of dish! Add a little salmon and dinner is served! Totally agree on relishing summer produce in any and every way possible.

    • Texan New Yorker

      OMG, I actually had grilled fish with the slaw the night I made it, lol! It would be *perfect* with salmon. Thanks Laura!

  13. Oh this salad is certainly going to be one of my faves! I adore all salads Asian-inspired and the ingredients in this dressing are perfect! Thank you so much for sharing on Sunday Supper!
    Roz

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  15. I could eat the entire bowl of this salad, love it!!

  16. Mangoes and peanuts, you cannot go wrong!

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  19. My mom would go crazy for this, she loves Thai-inspired stuff

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  21. What an awesome Summer flavor combination!

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  27. Coleslaw is my favorite BBQ side…but I gotta tell ya…this looks better!

  28. Oh, I’m totally the same way–“You mean all produce DOESN’T get baked into yummy desserts all the time?” That’s why I made a savory dish, too–though I also prefer mine slightly sweet at the same time! I love the idea of mango peanut slaw–sweet, tangy, and nutty. Just what I need for my summer BBQ–and I think it’d go awesome with the Asian-flair sweet/tangy/nutty pasta I made this time, too. YAY US. Awesome to meetcha :)

  29. I am a HUGE fan of Asian slaws and yours is no exception!

  30. I am totally digging this combination of flavors … your slaw is going on my to-make list ASAP!

  31. YAY a slaw recipe! This one is such a welcome change from what I usually make. I would imagine the mango and chile paste pairing so well and the peanuts are a bonus. Thank you for making this for us!

  32. I am not normally a slaw person but I love everything in this dish so I can’t wait to give it a try.

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  34. do you have a recipe that you love this with ?? I’m trying to imagine what I’d put it with… maybe a salmon burger? I love it either way! Gets me thinking! :)

  35. I love coleslaw, but I’ve never had it like this before! So creative and sounds yummmy!

  36. Morgan loves coleslaw, and I’ll bet he’s going to love the Asian spin on this one!

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