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good ideas here...I make my slaw dressing out of homemade mayo, cocont sugar, ACV, and salt and pepper. Never thought to make it out of olive and balsamic like I do my salad dressing...
Here's a cabbage slaw recipe with a little bit of a twist.
OMG! Sautéed cabbage in butter??? Why have I not thought of this? Thanks :)
We make a slaw:
Shredded with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt, pepper, garlic (also makes a great cucumber marinade).
Cooked cabbage in any soup or with any meat in the crock pot.
Shredded with marinara over it.
Added to salads.
My family loves cabbage, both raw and cooked. I love that it is cheap, stays fresh longer, and is versatile.
I fry it in coconut oil with onion and garlic.
And I make Rotkohl, of course germanfood.about.com/od/saladsandsid
Or just dice up brats and caraway seeds and steam with all with beer for a bit of a nonpaleo treat.
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I don't have any recipes either, but I like stuffed cabbage (with whatever meat and spices you like, covered with tomato sauce or salsa and either baked or cooked in the crockpot), coleslaw, blanched and used for a wrap for meat, especially pulled pork and tacos, and I like purple cabbage just cut into strips and eaten raw.
Cauliflower rice is good, have you tried it roasted, RAMONA?
We eat most of our cabbage raw as a slaw (we love the crunch, and it pairs well with chopped nuts), otherwise I'd just saute it in butter, or bacon fat, or stuff it.
I don't have any specific recipes, but I do have a GREAT cauliflower recipe:
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Hey - I'm really liking cabbage as a substitute for starch in a lot of cases. Any favorite cabbage recipes?