Looking for Fresh Cabbage Ideas
If it's red, I know that Chaz loves to blanch it and drizzle balsamic. I'll look online for more ideas.
If not red, can you stuff it with and bake it? Cabbage recipe baked with tomatoes, caraway seed, onion, garlic and chicken broth, and more cabbage recipes.INGREDIENTS:1 large head cabbage3 medium tomatoes, diced1 small white onion, chopped1/2 teaspoon garlic powder1/2 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon black pepper1/4 teaspoon caraway seed1/8 cup water or chicken stockPREPARATION:Preheat oven to 325°.Quarter the cabbage and boil it in a large kettle or Dutch oven for 10 minutes. Remove cabbage sections; place in a shallow baking dish. Combine remaining ingredients in small bowl; pour over cabbage. Sponsored LinksDelicious Stuffed CabbageMade to the orginal Polish recipe try our Polish Golobki todaywww.polana.comBake for 30 minutes, or until liquid is absorbed. Turn cabbage pieces about halfway through cooking time so wedges cook evenly.Serves 4.
Just saw this was posted! Should have just posted my reply! Here was my suggestion for the cabbage:Usually, I've braised it with bacon if it's a sweet cabbage. (Told you I loved bacon.) Cut in half, core, slice into strips. Fry up some thick cut bacon in a pan, chop up an onion and wilt it in there, throw in the cabbage till it gets wilty and starts to make your kitchen stink. 5 min? Then mix in a dollop of brown sugar (2 T?) and a dollop of dijon. Stir around, deglaze your pan with some cider vinegar or champagne vinegar. Add a cup of chicken broth or water if you're me and you're lazy, stir well, simmer covered for like, 45 minutes or an hour until it's soft and delicious. *** Takes a little while but it is SO good. And man, do I love me some sauerkraut. Had a huge bowl last night for dinner. ***Note: this recipe might be entirely inaccurate, as it's just from my memory, which doesn't always work so well. But i HAVE made it a bunch of times, so i think it's about right. I've heard it made more sweet than savory by subbing apples/onions for bacon, but Jamie won't eat cooked fruit. Sounds good to me, though. Probably good with white wine/parsley/bay, too instead of dijon and brown sugar. Seriously. I have to go work now.
you can do a lot of asian dishes with cabbage, i like to stir fry thinly sliced cabbage with red bell pepper, garlic, red pepper flakes, salt and pepper. toss with some fried tofu cubes, 8oz of cooked spaghetti, and a sauce of soy, rice vinegar, and peanut butter thinned with hot water. you could get more authentic and not use spaghetti but once it's covered in a peanut sauce it's all the same.
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