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Maple slaw
CourseSnack or dessert
Place of originCanada
Main ingredientsMaple syrup, cabbage, onion, fish

Maple slaw (also called sled dog slaw in parts of Canada) is a Canadian variation of coleslaw consisting of maple syrup, cabbage, onion, fish, and seasoning.


Maple slaw is served as a snack or dessert depending on the sweetness of the ingredients used. There are some variations of the recipe which include the addition of ingredients such as cheese, sugar, apple cider, honey or spice cereal, and chocolate.

See also


  1. Cobb Coleslaw Salad with Maple Dressing published on the Government of Ontario website Foodland Ontario
  2. Vermont Public TV: Maple Pork Medallions & Maple Coleslaw