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Fried Cabbage (The EASY Way)

SOOOOOOO what do you do with leftover coleslaw in the bag that you know you aren't going to use for coleslaw? You make EASY fried cabbage with it! So mad at myself that I never thought of this until now! I LOVE fried cabbage but it's not something I make often because who wants to clean and cut up a whole head of cabbage? Not me! 

This is the final result (looks like Kimchi to me) but I'll show you what I did...



So SIMPLE, a bag of coleslaw, an onion and I used 4 strips of bacon. I rendered the fat from the bacon.


I added the onions


After the onions cooked down I added the coleslaw mix, wilt the cabbage.


My fav seasonings 


And to top it all off, YES you need hot sauce! Ok kidding I can't eat it without it but if hot sauce isn't your thing then don't use it.




Try it! It's so good! Take the bacon out for a healthier version. Substitute the bacon fat for olive oil.


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