Crispy cabbage isn’t completely dissimilar to the web darling, crispy kale, but it’s more of a side dish than a potato chip replacement. When you remove the core and cut it into small pieces, there’s a greater crispy, nearly burnt portion to green ratio.
Pork Chop and Cabbage Bake 2 T olive oil; 4 bone-in pork chops; 4 strip(s) bacon, coarsely chopped; 1 med onion, cut into slices; 1 head lb) green cabbage, cored and cut into 8 wedges; 3 T all-purpose flour; 3 cup(s) whole milk
This Frizzled Cabbage Recipe will make cabbage lovers out of everyone! Easy to make, the sauteing brings out the flavor and makes your cabbage oh so sweet! I was not a cabbage fan before this recipe, and now I love cabbage!
I am pretty sure bacon + anything = true love, but when bacon meets cabbage, sparks fly! The smell from the oven is proof that they were “MFEO”. The addition of sweet onion, parmesan and bacon during make this a recipe … Continue reading →
Grilled Sesame Ginger Cabbage – - 1 large head of green cabbage - 3 medium carrots - ¼ cup tamari soy sauce - ¼ cup olive oil - 2 T sesame seeds - 2 tsp ginger powder - 1 tsp sea salt - 1 tsp black pepper
Let the fresh veggies and seafood of spring shine in these simple and elegant party-ready appetizers.
Sautéed Red Cabbage with Onions & Apples
Minus the bacon grease... This is a recipe I created after seeing a friend of mine eating something similar before our nutrition class last year. It looked and smelled fantastic and I realized that it would be a great way to add cabbage to my diet since it was a vegetable I liked but rarely ate.
I have served this variation of squash often. It's a nice side dish, especially appropriate in the fall— or it can be used for a main luncheon dish. If you prepare your squash ahead and freeze it, it takes very little time to put this recipe together.