Cilantro Lime Slaw with Beer Battered Fish Filets

Cilantro lime slaw is a great zesty side. It is fresh and easy to make in just minutes.  Perfect side with Gorton’s Beer Battered Fish Filets, topping for tacos, burgers and sandwiches.

*this post is sponsored by Gorton’s Seafood, as always, all opinions are my own.

Hey there everyone, I hope you are all hanging in there.  This past week has been a whirlwind of events here in Utah.  We had many closures last Thursday which sent many into a panic and our stores got hit hard.  We are now on quarantine here and schools are shut.  Homeschool started for children across the state.  I am grateful we have been homeschooling at our house for the past 5 years so my  girls coming back home and doing school hasn’t been a difficult transition.  They are used to being self starters and get to work.  It’s been nice.That was until we had an earthquake here yesterday morning.  That was scary and I hope another one like that (or bigger) never happens again.  We can isolate ourselves and help with the virus spreading but we cannot outrun an earthquake.

Anyway, now more than ever people are in need of delicious recipes that are easy and inexpensive to get on their dinner tables.  I made this creamy coleslaw to go with some beer battered fish filets from Gorton’s.  These are delicious and so perfect for “fish Friday”.  You can find them in the freezer section which means you can stock up on a few bags to have on hand for meals.  They are a good source of protein, have no fillers, and are made with sustainable wild caught Alaska Pollock!

So grab yourself a package or two if you see some and make some of the coleslaw.  It’s so yummy on tacos, pulled pork sandwiches or just as a side.  My five year old even gobbles it all up.

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Stay safe out there and enjoy this time with your family.

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Cilantro Lime Slaw
  1. Combine the mayo, cilantro, lime juice, cumin, salt, black pepper, green onions, garlic and jalapeño (if using) in a blender or food processor*. Pulse briefly a few times until the mixtures is combined.
  2. Place the cole slaw mix in a large mixing bowl. Drizzle the sauce on top of the cole slaw, then toss until the mixture is evenly combined. Season with extra pepper and/or lime juice if needed.
  3. Serve immediately, or cover and refrigerate for up to 24 hours.
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