Coleslaw

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Coleslaw
Bowl'o'Coleslaw modified.jpg
A bowl of traditional Southern U.S. coleslaw
Origin
Alternative name(s) 'Slaw
Place of origin Netherlands, Germany
Details
Type Salad
Serving temperature cold or warm
Main ingredient(s) Cabbage and mayonnaise
Variations without mayonnaise (only oil, vinegar and spices)

Coleslaw is a salad that uses mostly cabbage and mayonnaise. Cream can also be used as dressing, and vinegar can be added as seasoning.

History[change | edit source]

The word "Coleslaw" came from before 1800 from the Dutch word for cabbage salad.