Apple & Hot Mustard Slaw

Apple & Hot Mustard Slaw

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For this Apple & Hot Mustard Slaw, not only are we going to use fresh red apple matchsticks, we’re also going to use some OSU, which is a blend of raw apple cider vinegar, and concentrated apple juice. This stuff is intensely apple flavoured, and I love it!

I also use it as braising liquid for pork, and in homemade BBQ sauce.

Colman's English Mustard

In Contrast to the sweet tangy apple flavour, we’re going to use the strongest, hottest, kick in the nose mustard you can get.

Colman’s English Mustard!

This really is eye watering stuff, so tase as you go. You can add more, but you can’t take it away.

This Apple & Hot Mustard Slaw is a perfect side to any BBQ pork. It also works amazingly well in a pulled pork sandwich!

Apple & Hot Mustard Slaw

5 from 2 votes
Course: Slaw, SidesCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Pitrookie


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This Apple & Hot Mustard Slaw is a perfect side to any BBQ pork. It also works amazingly well in a pulled pork sandwich!

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  • 150 g 150 White Cabbage

  • 80 g 80 Red Cabbage

  • 80 g 80 Carrot

  • 1 1 Red Onion

  • 1 1 Red Apple

  • 1 tsp 1 Colman’s English Mustard (more or less to your liking)

  • 1 tsp 1 American Yellow Mustard

  • 4 Tbsp 4 OSU (cider vinegar & apple concentrate), can be substituted for 50/50 apple juice & cider vinegar

  • 1 tsp 1 White Sugar

  • 1 Tbsp 1 Light Oil

  • 1 pinch 1 Flaky Sea Salt

  • 1 pinch 1 Freshly Ground Black Pepper


  • Core and finely shred the cabbages, grate the carrot, peel, halve and finely slice the onion, and core & slice the apple into matchsticks.
  • Add all the prepared slaw ingredients into a large mixing bowl. Combine all the dressing ingredients into a small mixing bowl and pore over the slaw and toss.
  • Cover with a Beeswax Wrap, and keep in the fridge until needed.


  • Adjust the amount of Colman’s English Mustard in this recipe to your preferred level of heat. Use as much as 1 whole Tablespoon for a proper kick in the back of the nose, and as little as 1/2 teaspoon for a gentle tingle on the tongue.

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