Cajun Cole Slaw

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Ingredients:

  1. 1 head green cabbage
  2. 1 head red cabbage
  3. diced onion to taste
  4. hot pepper sauce (I have one called "Butt Burner" which works well!)
  5. mayonaise
  6. cajun spices to taste

Directions and notes:

Slice both the red and green cabbages into thin slices, or grate if desired, and place in a large bowl. The amount of the other ingredients is largely subjective depending on the cook's taste. I mix in the mayo well before adding the other ingredients and I tend to like my slaw pretty spicy so I will use quite a bit of pepper sauce and cajun spice. I don't have a particular favorite in the pepper sauce category so feel free to experiment. For the cajun spice I prefer LePaks, but it is difficult to find. If you have a restaurant supply house nearby they will usually offer LePaks.

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