Now, for those Americans amongst you, we actually call shrimp prawns. As far as I know, they are the same thing. And if Paul Hogan had ever said he'll throw another shrimp on the barbie back in Australia, he'd have been deported!
So, I have to say, this dish is not as weird as it sounds for a very simple reason...cabbage, carrots and red cabbage are "usually" eaten cooked. So, warm or cooked coleslaw, while sounding a bit strange, actually makes sense.
On with the recipe.
until shrimp are opaque. Remove from pan; keep warm. I just threw them in some aluminium (yes, it's spelt correctly!) foil and sealed it.
fat if necessary; discard remaining fat). Cook and stir over medium
heat 6 minutes or until coleslaw mixture is wilted and just tender.
If you're at all concerned with calories, don't be. As I cooked this dish, it's 157 calories per serve. Because I'm a growing lad, I had 2 serves and have the rest in the fridge for another night. I'll just bung it in a frying pan and heat it up slowly so it doesn't burn.
Also, because, as some of you know, if you're not sweating, you're not eating, I threw some crushed red chilli and some cayenne pepper in for some bite.
I was thinking later tonight that I would really taste good if you had a seafood mix in it instead of just shrimp. I think I'll make it again but have shrimp, calamari rings and scallops.
Remember, it may look weird, but it tasted alright, was light in calories and easy to cook.