Top 5 Keto Crack Slaw Recipes

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Crack slaw, a very popular kind of cabbage stir-fry, allegedly got its name because it’s so good it’s more addictive than crack. Whether you believe that to be true or not, it’s an amazing low-carb dish.

If you’re new to the low-carb or keto way of eating this is a great go-to recipe. It’s easy to prepare, you can flavor it in many ways and the ingredients are affordable. Here are the top 5 versions of it – which will be your favorite?

Top 5 Keto Crack Slaw Recipes

4 Comments

  1. gbl
    Using the name of a deadly street drug that kills thousands in every city in the western world (not in Sweden??) as a "cute" adjective is not cool, by just about anyone's standards but is apalling in a website health endeavour led by physicians.
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  2. Apicius
    I disagree. I'm not offended. I'm glad that diet doctor site is not run by condescending too-good-for-the-everyday-person people. It's humble. It's mainstream. It's compassionate. Perfect.

    Also, crack slaw is a very popular recipe - google it and you will see tons of crack slaw versions pop up. The term is very commonly used.

    And, crack slaw is exactly that...quite addictive. For parents who are always looking for healthy meals, loaded with vegetables, and not having to resort to begging their children "please try it...please...just one bite..." This recipe really fits the bill.

    I remember telling a friend of mine about it, and she looked at me in horror - "no way, my kid would never eat that!!!" well...he did....and asked for seconds!!!

    And, the best part...it's low cost. Perfect for single moms and dads looking for penny pinching ways to feed their children healthful meals, and cooked in a few minutes.

    I'm grateful to diet doctor for featuring this recipe...and keeping the mainstream, well-known recipe name...gives people the option to google and find other variations. My favorite version uses fresh chopped cilantro, fresh chopped parsley, grated fresh ginger, Chinese 5 spice, hot sauce, squeeze of lime and chopped green onions....crack slaw indeed...I'm hooked for life!!

  3. We debated this in the team before. Even though some people are likely offended by it we decided to keep the name that this dish is usually referred by online, to not confuse people by changing the name. It's an unfortunate name though, as we certainly do not want to offend people.
  4. Tim
    The only power the perpetually offended beta types have is to scold...they'll get over it. And if they don't, gee, that's too bad.

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