Corn Jalapeno Coleslaw Recipe

Hi mom, welcome to cooktophia. Now we will make Corn Jalapeno Coleslaw Recipe. Jalapeno Corn Coleslaw has become the biggest surprise flavor combination I’ve tried this year. A few years ago, my brother Karl texted me that he had just tasted the best cole slaw he had ever seen. Followed by a request to re-create that recipe and deliver it to him as soon as possible.

Corn Jalapeno Coleslaw Recipe

When Carl told me there was corn and jalapeno in the cabbage he tried, I agreed I needed to savor that statistic. And I’m going to go ahead and tell you all right now that you need to taste this sooner rather than later. Spicy jalapenos add an amazing depth of flavor to my coleslaw and I really love it.

As much as I wanted to do it right away, life got in the way. I bought all the ingredients and then they sat in my fridge for about 2 weeks! Which leads me to tell you how amazing the Fridge Fresh is. More info about this awesomeness at the bottom of this post!

Why Corn Jalapeno Coleslaw Recipe?

There’s nothing quite like adding fresh sweet corn to spicy recipes. Elote Dip (Hot Mexican Corn Dip) is a hot appetizer that I would happily take by the spoonfull if we didn’t have tortilla chips in the house. Slow-cooking corn and black beans are a party hit and luckily the recipe suffices to serve the crowd.

This Fire Roasted Tomatillo and Corn Salsa by The View from Great Island is on my list to try soon, along with Spicy Corn Relish by Saving Room for Dessert.

Corn, black beans, and mango salsa are delicious on salmon, with chips for dipping, or tossed in salads.

Spicy and sweet jalapeno corn coleslaw with a perfectly creamy sauce!  Get the recipe from barefeetinthekitchen.com

Oh!!! And before I forget, check out this tip for chopping corn off the cob! Simply laying the cob of corn flat on a cutting board (versus placing it in a bowl, as I did) was a game changer.

The whole process goes faster and doesn’t cause any mess at all. In addition, there are no additional bowls for cleaning.

Corn Jalapeno Coleslaw Recipe

There are a few different options for this coleslaw recipe. We absolutely love it as written below, however, the parts are all editable.

Want to make your flavor less spicy? Start with 1 tablespoon of chopped jalapeño and add more if desired. Like yours a little sweeter? Try adding a tablespoon of sugar.

Want to turn up the heat a little more? Just add the amounts of jalapenos listed in the recipe. Do you want it less sweet? Reduce the amount of sugar.

Spicy and sweet jalapeno corn coleslaw with a perfectly creamy sauce!  Get the recipe from barefeetinthekitchen.com

How to make Corn Jalapeno Coleslaw Recipe?

  1. Combine cabbage, corn, jalapeno, cilantro, and onion in a large mixing bowl.
  2. In a small bowl or large measuring cup, whisk together the mayonnaise, sugar, mustard, lemon juice, celery seeds, and kosher salt.
  3. Pour the sauce over the cabbage mixture and toss well to coat. Feet it right away.

How to store cabbage

This cabbage can be made in advance. However, it will release more liquid the longer you store it in the refrigerator.

You’ll want to drain some of the excess liquid before stirring again and serving. It will keep well in the refrigerator for a day or two.

Jalapeno Corn Coleslaw - Get the recipe at barefeetinthekitchen.com

Corn Jalapeno Coleslaw Recipe

Looking for a classic cole slaw recipe? Or something a little different? Sweet and spicy apple coleslaw contains an unexpected ingredient for the perfect crunch.

This spicy Sriracha coleslaw and cabbage is a favorite with my heat-loving husband and oldest son. My young kids often ask for seconds when we make this cranberry and apple coleslaw.

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  • Combine cabbage, corn, jalapeno, cilantro, and onion in a large mixing bowl.
  • In a small bowl or large measuring cup, whisk together the mayonnaise, sugar, mustard, lemon juice, celery seeds, and kosher salt.
  • Pour the sauce over the cabbage mixture and toss well to coat. Feet it right away.

Cabbage salad can be prepared in advance. However, it will release more liquid the longer you store it in the refrigerator. You’ll want to drain some of the excess liquid before stirring again and serving.

Nutrition facts

Calories: 283Calories · Carbohydrates: 21g · protein: 3g · fat: 21g · Saturated fat: 3g · Cholesterol: 11mg · sodium: 453mg · Potassium: 298mg · the basic: 3g · sugar: 12g · Vitamin A: 260IU · Vitamin C: 40.8mg · Calcium: 51mg · iron: 1mg

Keep products fresh

You all know I am passionate about using as many fresh fruits and vegetables as possible. I’ve been stocking fruits and vegetables in produce tins and preparing fruits and vegetables as soon as I get home from the store for years now.

I still keep a box of vegetables ready for snacks in the fridge. (Half the time those processed vegetables are the vegetables on our plate at dinner time.

Even though I prep my vegetables in advance and try to plan meals around what we have on hand, things still fizzle out. I hate wasting food and thinking about wasted money makes me sick when I throw away wilted and spoiled produce that we either forgot or simply didn’t eat before they spoiled.

So, when did you hear that this little device could help produce lasts longer and reduce refrigerator odor at the same time? You are done with everything

I could hardly wait to try it, but admittedly I was skeptical. It sounds too good to be true, right?

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