This BBQ Coleslaw is a delish on your favourite vegan burger, as a side dish with your vegan BBQ or just on a sandwich. It goes with almost everything and you can make it as hot or mild as you would like it.
For digestive reasons I always prefer to cook any cabbages instead of using them raw. With this recipe I roast the cabbages, and this releases already BBQ type of flavours.
For the BBQ sauce you can just hop to the shop. But making your own BBQ sauce is really easy , and so much healthier. For the most healthy option use a home made tomato puree instead of ketchup. Same story for the mayonnaise. I know there are lots of vegan mayonnaises on the market, but really making your own is so much better 😉 . And because no eggs are used in the process, the home made mayonnaise keeps well in the fridge.
Have a look in my recipes for easy & quick BBQ sauce, and home-made mayonnaise.
You can add some extra tang by adding more lemon or lime in the dressing. Make sure to add @haricoco1 to your Instagram posts using this BBQ coleslaw. So we can share our ideas. Enjoy!!
for th BBQ sauce, combine all BBQ sauce ingredients, and stir till smooth and until the sugar is well dissolved.
Discard the cores from the cabbages, and chop them in about 4 equal parts each.
pre-heat oven 180C, in a roasting dish rub the cabbage parts in olive oil and BBQ sauce
Season with salt and pepper and roast them for approx. 45 minutes , till nicely browned but not black.
Let the cabbages cool down
Meanwhile Peel and finely chop onion, and peel and thinly slice carrots.
Combine all dressing ingredients and stir well until smooth
When cabbages are cooled down, slice the parts in fine ribbons.
Combine everything in a bowl, stir well, and season to liking, add extra lime juice if needed.
This coleslaw is great as a side dish, or you add some on your favourite vegan burgers. You can enjoy it as well as lunch with some nice home made bread. The BBQ sauce you can make as hot or mild as you wish. Of course you can use shop bought BBQ sauce in the recipe, but for the healthier option use the one with home-made tomato puree. Vegan mayonnaise is easy to make yourself, and healthier than the shop bought vegan mayonnaise. Please look up my vegan mayonnaise recipe.
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value*
Total Fat13.51 g
Total Carbohydrate27.27 g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.