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How to make Crack Slaw-Low Carb, Gluten Free

Have you ever heard of Crack Slaw?  Well, the name would make you wonder what the heck is that?  The reason it's called crack slaw is that it is addicting!  It is a simple, healthy, gluten-free and quick meal that you will absolutely love. Some of the healthy ingredients in this recipe are ginger and garlic which are great for inflammation in your body.  Broccoli slaw is a good source of dietary fiber, vitamins E, B1, B6 A, magnesium, omega 3 fatty acid.  Cabbage, the basis of coleslaw is a good source of Vitamin K, B6, B2, potassium, calcium, iron and niacin. 


This Asian inspired dish can be made with any kind of meat or no meat at all.  The flavors come from sesame seed oil, low sodium soy sauce and classic stir-fry sauce, along with various other spices that you can not resist.  


Give this recipe a try especially if you are trying to cut the carbohydrates and calories in your diet, you will be glad you did!



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Thyme, Onion Powder, Garlic and Parsley, Toasted Sesame seed oil, black peper, broccoli slaw and cole slaw
Garlic and Ginger Paste
Sriracha Sauce

Pull out your wok or frying pan.  Add some sesame seed oil to your hot pan, then add your ground beef and seasoning, onions, scallions and cook until it is done. Drain the excess fat and set aside.  Add your broccoli slaw and your coleslaw to your wok with a little broth and simmer until it is welted. 

Low sodium soy sauce, ginger, garlic, stir fry and sriracha mixture
Ground beef, onions and scallions
Crack Slaw warming up

Combine your low sodium soy sauce, ginger, garlic, classic stir-fry sauce and sriracha in a bowl.  Mix thoroughly and add to the slaw mixture for about 1 minute.  Then add the meat mixture back in the wok and stir for another minute or so.  At this time, taste it.  If it needs more seasoning then add it.  Mix it through and enjoy it.  But watch out, you'll probably be hooked!

Low carb|Gluten free| Crack Slaw

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